Loquitur Alumni Magazine
In This Issue of Loquitur
A Leader for Challenging Times: Meet Marc Mihaly
Our new president and dean is no stranger to Vermont Law School, but what sort of leader will he be? Where is this entrepreneur and innovative problem solver likely to lead VLS and how?
Photos from Reunion Weekend 2012
100% Vermont Law School—at a Distance
VLS has taken the lead nationally in distance learning among law schools. The first students are poised to graduate from the online MELP and LLM programs in December, realizing our mission to serve students around the globe.
Adrienne Soler JD'87: Expanding the Reach of Vermont Law School
Jack Sautter JD/MSEL'08/LLM'09: Service in the Combat Zone
Lee Knight Caffery JD/MSEL'05: A Personal Fight for Second-Parent Adoption Rights
The Conference on Agriculture and Food Systems draws national experts to the law school, Professor ark Latham takes over as vice dean for academic affairs, Gabor Rona '78 discusses human rights and counterterrorism, and VLS expands its program for those who want to obtain a JD in two years.
Solomon and Don't Ask, Don't Tell: A Principled Stand
Since 1985 students, faculty, and alumni at Vermont Law School have worked to bring an end to the discrimination Don't Ask, Don't Tell promoted. A year after the repeal of DADT, much has changed, and there is still work to be done.
News from the VLSAA, regional alumni groups, and your own classmates.
Q&A with VLSAA Distinguished Alumni Award Winner Wynona Ward JD'98
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