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Week of March 28

April 4, 2011

  • The Associated Press talked to Professor Michael McCann on April 3 about the perjury trial of home run king Barry Bonds. The story was carried by The Washington Post, Huffington Post and more than 225 other news outlets nationwide.
  • The Tennessean discussed the potential for an NFL lockout on April 3 with Professor Michael McCann, who also discussed the NFL's labor situation and the Barry Bonds trial with WNST Baltimore Sports Radio.
  • The Charleston Gazette (W.Va.) spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on April 2 about how coal giant Massey Energy has mostly avoided serious punishment despite years of environmental problems and mining deaths.
  • WCAX reported April 2 on a single-payer community health care forum sponsored  by the VLS chapter of the National Lawyers Guild.
  • Professor Cheryl Hanna spoke with WPTZ on April 1 about a first-degree murder case in which the weapon involved has gone missing.
  • In his Sports Illustrated column March 31, Professor Michael McCann analyzed the Barry Bonds trial.
  • The New York Times and more than 40 other news outlets in the United States, United Kingdom, China and India carried a Reuters story on March 31 that included Adjunct Professor Peter Bradford and Energy Institute Senior Fellow Mark Cooper discussing investment in U.S. nuclear power.
  • Politico reported March 31 on Christopher Berendt '05 joining Drinker Biddle & Reath's environment and energy practice group.
  • The Randolph Herald reported March 31 on Jessica Wilkerson '12 receiving the Erin Woolley Memorial Scholarship and a delegation of Russian lawyers visiting the South Royalton Legal Clinic.
  • Kevin Jones, VLS's smart grid project leader, discussed Vermont's energy plans with WCAX on March 30.
  • Professor Cheryl Hanna spoke March 30 with Seven Days about whether accused murderer Michael Jacques can get a fair trial in Vermont.
  • USA Today talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 29 about calls for NCAA athletes to receive a share of the revenue generated by their sports. The story ran in The Tennessean and other Gannett news outlets nationwide.
  • In a Vermont Public Radio commentary on March 29, Assistant Professor Don Kreis discussed Vermont's architecture of the past, present and future.
  • The New York Times and the Associated Press, whose story ran nationwide, spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 29 about the Barry Bonds trial.
  • FRONTLINE discussed the economics of the NCAA's "March Madness" annual tournament with Professor Michael McCann on March 29, a story than was cited by ESPN.
  • Sports Illustrated/CNN Video talked to Professor Michael McCann on March 29 about how a new lawsuit brought by former NFL players will affect the current NFL labor situation.
  • The Missoulian (Montana) spoke with Professor Jack Tuholske on March 28 about grassroots efforts to change local laws on utilities and corporate activities.
  • Mark Cooper, senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment, talked to the Cedar Rapids Gazette and ABC News affiliate KCRG (Iowa) on March 28 about the costs of a proposed new nuclear power plant in Iowa.
  • In a story carried by several Canadian media outlets, the Vancouver Sun cited Mark Cooper's research into the costs of new nuclear power plants on March 28.
  • USA Today spoke with Professor Michael McCann on March 28 about the Barry Bonds trial. The story ran in Gannett news outlets nationwide.
  • Professor Oliver Goodenough talked to WCAX on March 28 about calls to ban some controversial apps from smart phones and computer tablets.
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