Anyone considering VLS's one-year Masters in Enviro Law program? Since I don't necessarily want a J.D. but am interested in enviro law/policy, this sounds like an option. If anyone is in the program or knows about career possibilities stemming from it, please expound.
Can someone explain BC's extraordinary exclusionism? I may apply next year, but I'm wondering how so many folks can be turned away and accepted at T14's. BC is ranked #27 and seems to regularly dismiss 170+ LSATs and decent GPAs.