USDA Funding for Food Work; ENRLC Welcomes Alumna; Who Deserves Punishment?; Putting the Bite Back in the Law; Alumnus Takes on Walmart, and Wins; Animalia; On Workers' Rights.
Firearm sales are on the rise. even as some American cities undergo spasms of gun violence. Are gun control laws due for an overhaul, or is it law enforcement that needs a boost?
Voices of VLS Public Defenders.
BLM is changing the narrative and disrupting the status quo—but how is it affecting the criminal justice system? We hear from VLS alumni, students, and faculty.
Portraits of Vermont Law School graduates working in criminal justice.
News from the VLSAA, regional groups, your classmates, and friends.
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President and DeanMarc B. Mihaly
Vice President for Institutional AdvancementMary L. Welz
EditorsMaryellen Apelquist Hannah Morris
Contributing EditorsJennifer LawrenceAshley PattonMelissa Schlobohm MELP'12
Contributing WritersKathryn FlaggCorin HirschCirri Nottage
Design, Art Direction, and ProductionCorin HirschBill Strecker
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