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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Our Own Professor Pat Parenteau in the Huffington Post

The New York Times‘ recent “Drilling Down” series about the risks of natural-gas drilling and efforts to regulate this rapidly growing industry is one of the strongest pieces of investigative journalism I’ve seen in long while. It has uncovered serious flaws in the regulatory programs that are supposed to protect public health and the environment. […]

The Critical Environmental Issues of 2012

2012 Top Ten

Top 10 Environmental Watch List has been posted

Today, Vermont Law School launched its second annual Top 10 Environmental Watch List at The Watch List spotlights the nation’s most critical environmental law and policy issues of 2011 and how they may play out in 2012. Using scholarly insight and common sense, our Environmental Law Center faculty and Vermont Journal of Environmental Law students […]

World AIDS Day at VLS

This email from one of the student organizers says it all . . . I am writing on behalf of Alliance, the Black Law Students Association and Law Students for Reproductive Justice to thank the entire VLS community for their involvement in this weeks World AIDS Day on goings.  There were very few people I […]

Chikin vs. Kale!

You Want Kale With That Chicken? Prof. Goodenough Examines Trademark Dispute Between Vermont Artist and Fast Food Chain November 30, 2011 In a food fight not over nutrition but brand protection, Professor Oliver Goodenough recently spoke to the Associated Press about the trademark dispute between a Vermont folk artist promoting local agriculture and the nation’s […]

Daily Happenings on Campus

Even as the semester winds down toward final exams, there are always interesting and helpful programs on campus for students.  Here is a partial list for today – as a normal example: TODAY | Final Exam Writing & Organization | Oakes 012 | 12:45 – 2:00 PM ASP will host a brief session on how […]