How to Become an Environmental Lawyer and Make a Difference

#environmentallawyer #environmentallaw #greenlaw

An environmental lawyer is a professional who provides legal guidance to their clients about various environmental topics and issues, such as climate change, poor air and water quality, sustainability and waste management. Environmental lawyers can work for government agencies, non-governmental organizations, corporations, or private firms. They can also specialize in different areas of environmental law, such as climate change, energy, food, or environmental justice. To become an environmental lawyer, you need to complete a bachelor’s degree, a Juris Doctor (JD) degree, and pass the bar exam in your state. You also need to develop skills such as research, writing, communication, negotiation, and advocacy.
Be the first to comment