Storytelling for lawyers. The future of college sports. National moot court championships. Following climate change at the United Nations. Summer programs for undergraduates. A landmark environmental agreement. Local food, legal marijuana?
Duty-bound to take a stand against the military's discriminatory policies, to make real a commitment to fairness, VLS is now duty-bound to provide the opportunity for students to serve their country.
What service looks like: A gallery of Vermont Law School alumni who have chosen to serve in addition to earn.
A professor and a student find meaning through the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
News from the VLSAA, regional groups, your classmates, and friends.
"What a Great Judge Should Be": The Honorable James L. Oakes
Loquitur is published for VLS alumni and others interested in our law school. It is designed and printed with soy-based inks on recycled paper (containing a minimum of 50% recycled fiber, 10% post-consumer waste, and meeting EPA standards).
President and DeanMarc B. Mihaly
Associate Vice President for Institutional AdvancementMary L. Welz
EditorsMaryellen Apelquist Jim Collins Hannah Morris
Contributing EditorsPatty McIlvaineAshley PattonMelissa Schlobohm MELP'12
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