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Environmental Lawyers

Education and Training Requirements

High School

Classes in biology, chemistry, environmental studies, history, economics, English, computers, and foreign language are a solid basis for undergraduate studies in environmental law. Course work that emphasizes research, analytical thinking, and writing is recommended. The ability to argue a case and speak well in public is crucial to success in this job. Speech and debate classes will help hone your skills in this area. 

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