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Monthly Archives: October 2009

Reporting In From the Road

Yes, I know that I have been very slack the with the blog postings.  The fall is incredibly busy for admissions people because we are traveling all over the country.  Last week was especially cool for me because it was a driving trip rather than dealing with the airlines and I love to drive. When […]

Schweitzer Fellow Lise Daniels Honored by the Public Service Law Network

(This posting is copied from the Albert Schweitzer blog.  Congratulations to Lise!!) In the fall of 2008, as Vermont Law School student Lise Daniels was beginning her second year of law school, the mother of four saw a need for lower-income legal aid in her rural New Hampshire community. Daniels’ Schweitzer project, which began as […]

Lots of Love in Upstate

I recently finished a recruiting trip in Upstate NY. I made it to Buffalo, Rochester, Ithaca, Cornell, Binghamton, Syracuse, Colgate, Albany, and Potsdam. This was my first “big” trip, and I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised when I was greeted with an abundance of recognition from the many students I […]