Volunteering with asylum-seekers. Visits from ABA, EPA chiefs. Reflecting on the Paris Agreement in Vermont. An alumna honored for social justice commitment. Alumni in Energy symposium.
In the face of the drought, floods, and sometimes invisible pollution, access to clean water is growing more fraught than ever. The works of VLS alumni in three regions of the country offers a glimpse of how it's all playing out.
"We have the opportunity to help shape developments in the Arctic in a way that we haven't in other parts of the globe."
Portraits of Vermont Law School alumni Water Works.
News from the VLSAA, regional groups, your classmates, and friends.
Read the Spring 2016 issue.
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President and DeanMarc B. Mihaly
Vice President for Institutional AdvancementMary L. Welz
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Contributing EditorsAshley PattonMelissa Schlobohm MELP'12
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