Are you in environmental law? Then UN has this opportunity for you

December 27 2017, 05:56am


UN Environment Programme is looking for lawyers employed in governments of developing countries that are involved in environmental law, natural resources law or associated fields of law to apply for the Global Environment & Sustainability Law Fellows Program, offered by UN Environment Programme and the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C.
Successful fellows will receive a Master of Laws (LL.M) Degree in Environmental Law from the Georgetown University Law Center. Upon graduation, fellows will gain international environmental legal and policy experience working with UN Environment Programme for up to three months.

The fellowship will cover the full cost of tuition, travel, and provide a stipend for living expenses.

The application deadline has been extended to 9 February, 2018! We will accept unofficial transcripts if the applicants final transcripts are not available by the deadline. Download the application form and submit the completed form and all materials via e-mail to

The fellows must commit to return to their home country to continue working in public sector environmental law and policy for not less than three years.

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