Vermont Law School, located on a 13-acre campus in central Vermont, is a private law school that was founded in 1973. In December 1973, VLS was certified by the Vermont Board of Education as an institution of higher learning. Full approval by the ABA came in 1978. Today, VLS operates with a mission “to educate students in a diverse community that fosters personal growth and that enables them to attain outstanding professional skills and high ethical values with which to serve as lawyers and environmental and other professionals in an increasingly technological and interdependent global society.”
Vermont Law School offers graduate degrees and certificates, including the Juris Doctor. Several master's degrees and LLM degrees can be earned completely online.
Accreditation & Licensing
Vermont Law School is accredited by:
New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)