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The Vermont Law School has received a $3 million federal grant to establish a national center examining ways to advance restorative justice education.

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A leading environmental advocacy organization has released a report outlining measures the country could take to increase renewable energy generation and cut greenhouse gases 80 percent by 2050.

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The Vermont supreme court reviewed several cases as it gathered Wednesday in a Vermont Law School lecture hall packed with observers.

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The Vermont Law School’s Environmental Law Center has issued its seventh annual Top 10 Environmental Watch List.  The list offers short summaries of key legal points surrounding the most important environmental issues of 2016.

One conclusion in a new report from Vermont Law School finds that Vermont gets zero percent of its power from renewable energy.


Vermont prison inmates who want to do legal research into their cases no longer have the help of a state law librarian.

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A Vermont state lawmaker has resigned her seat on the University of Vermont Board of Trustees because she was concerned about a possible conflict of interest.

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A climate scientist says ski resorts in the New England states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island are not well poised to survive at the end of the century as the region sees warmer winters.

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Vermont Law School has partnered with several historically black colleges and universities to expand racial and ethnic diversity in the legal profession.

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The Vermont Law School has released its annual Environmental Watch List. This year, the authors focused on legal and policy actions dealing with climate change.

On October 26, the Vermont Law School inaugurated its new Dean and President.  During his speech, Marc Mihaly said the field of law was changing and law schools must adjust to new markets and technology.  Vermont Law School President Marc Mihaly talks about the financial and educational restructuring that is occurring at Vermont’s only college of law.

Vermont Law School Dean and President Marc Mihaly is an expert in land use and energy law and policy.  He came to the Vermont Law School as a visiting professor in 2004, and joined the faculty full time in 2005.

The Vermont Law School is getting ready to inaugurate a new president and dean.

Marc Mihaly assumed both those titles Aug. 1 and is to be formally installed in the job on Oct. 26. He replaces Geoff Shields, who had held the top job on the South Royalton campus since 2004.

At his inaugural, Mihaly is expected to discuss the future of legal education and the law school's efforts to adapt to the changing legal landscape.