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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Professor Cheryl Hanna’s Con Law students

Take a look at our new video of Professor Cheryl Hanna’s students on our YouTube channel at Many thanks to Professor Hanna, Peter Keays, Marissa Knodel, and the other terrific students in this class.

What does it mean to be VLS Alumni?

Loquitur, the VLS alumni publication, is published every Fall and Spring updating the VLS community on all the happenings with our alums across the globe, as well as right here in South Royalton. This issue takes international focus, adequately titled, “A Global Legal Perspective.” Read the spotlights on Molly Mimier JD/MSEL’05, who is stationed in […]

New Sports Law Institute at Vermont Law School

SOUTH ROYALTON, VT — Vermont Law School has established a Sports Law Institute (SLI) to prepare students for the growing opportunities at the intersection of sports, law and business. The SLI is headed by Professor Michael McCann, one of the nation’s foremost experts on sports law. He is a legal analyst for Sports Illustrated and […]

Mid-May on campus

Last Friday was the close of spring semester exams and commencement is this coming Saturday.  So, this is a quiet week on campus – busily preparing for a huge event.  During the week, the graduating students have a dinner cruise on Lake Champlain, various receptions and parties – all celebrating the culmination of much hard […]

Albert Schweitzer Fellowships

SOUTH ROYALTON, VT –– The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship announced today that six Vermont Law School students are among the 27 graduate students selected for the 2011-12 class of New Hampshire-Vermont Schweitzer Fellows. Over the next year, these students will join about 240 Schweitzer Fellows nationwide in carrying out service projects to meet the health needs […]

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

By Janet Babin Marketplace, Monday, May 2, 2011 The 18-year-old policy is on its way out. And for some schools that means federal funds are on the way in. A picture of the bulletin board at Vermont Law School. It shows that many students here oppose “don’t ask, don’t tell.” (Courtesy of Vermont Law School) […]

RIP Don’t Ask Don’t Tell?

Vermont Law School has been a strong advocate against discrimination favoring the inclusion of all people. Our widely publicized stance on not allowing military recruiters on campus due to “don’t ask don’t tell,” has once again made headlines. VLS stands ready to allow recruiters back on campus, as long as gays and lesbians may serve […]