The VLS Solar Project. A professor on polar law. A first-of-its-kind legal innovation weekend. Human rights and the environment. Clean water and TMDLs 2.0.
Pennsylvania attorney Michael Donovan JD'84 took on Wal-Mart and wouldn't settle for anything less than winning. Plus other stories of right triumphing over might.
Where does a small-is-powerful law school fit into a landscape of disappearing small and rural law schools?
Portraits of what a Vermont Law School degree can look like.
News from the VLSAA, regional groups, your classmates, and friends.
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