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Visit Vermont – Fall Open House

Each year we host several on-campus events, drawing prospective students from all over the country, to experience what it’s really like at Vermont Law School. During the fall we feature our Open House, welcoming prospective students to learn more about our many degree programs, and the VLS community. I meet many people during recruitment travel […]

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

We processed our largest batch of admissions decisions today! A very busy Friday in the office. Are you still waiting for for yours? Check Your Online Status!

Student Lunch Presentations

Vermont Law students have many opportunities to present their work to the greater VLS and local community. This week the U.S. China Partnership for Environmental Law is hosting the following joint research project presentations. Waste Incineration, Community Participation, and Environmental Justice in China, by 2L Sara Imperiale Market-Based Solutions for Vehicle Emissions in China and […]

Meet Judge Shelley Hill ’81


Fun Winter Events

It’s hasn’t exactly looked like winter in Vermont this year, but nonetheless, we provide many opportunities for students and staff to stay active and engaged! Here are a few of our favorite spots: Catamount Outdoor Family Center, Williston, VT Grafton Ponds Outdoor Center, Grafton, VT Mountain Meadows Cross Country and Snow Shoe Area, Killington, VT

VLS Involved in Irene Clean Up

Hurricane Irene made its impact in Vermont with flooding levels that haven’t been seen since the flood of 1927, coined “Vermont’s greatest natural disaster.” Babbling brooks became raging rivers, taking out anything that stood in its path. Many Vermonter’s lost their homes and belongings, and others were left stranded due to washed out roads and […]

Vermont Professor Gus Speth: Advocate

You may have seen it on the news or read about it in a recent VLS press release. Professor Gus Speth, a recognized leader on international environmental law issues, was one of seventy people arrested during a protest in Washington DC surrounding the development of the Alberta tar sands pipeline. Students attend Vermont in substantial […]

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 […]

Last Week of Classes

This is the last week of classes for the spring semester and it appears that spring has officially decided to arrive! Woohoo! I am going to call it at this point and forecast the end of snow or “swinter” as Kathy calls it. There is still some snow hanging out in front of Oakes Hall, […]

Happenings at VLS and in VT

There is a lot happening this month on campus and in the state of Vermont! VT Health Care Bill “Vermont takes first steps towards universal, unified health care…” reports Royalton/Tunbridge State Representative Sara Buxton ’10. As always, the state of Vermont is on the leading edge of the issues facing our nation.  Bill H.202 passed […]