VLS in the News
Week of May 30
June 6, 2011
- The Times Argus talked to Assistant Professor Don Kreis on June 5 about a Canadian company's purchase of Central Vermont Public Service Corp.
- The Burlington Free Press spoke June 4 with Jared Carter '09, executive director of the nonprofit Rural Vermont, about various bills before the Vermont Legislature.
- A Brattleboro Reformer editorial cited Vermont Law School's new Vermont Yankee faculty blog on June 4.
- The Associated Press reported June 3 and the Burlington Free Press and Treehugger.com June 2 on VLS's new Vermont Yankee faculty blog on the federal lawsuit over the disputed nuclear power plant.
- In his Sports Illustrated columns on June 2 and June 3, respectively, Professor Michael McCann wrote about the latest developments in the NFL labor dispute. He also spoke with Baltimore WNST, ESPN Radio Austin (Texas), FOX Radio and the Seattle News Tribune.
- Professor Pat Parenteau talked to the Brattleboro Reformer on June 2 about the federal lawsuit over the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant.
- The New York Times picked up a Greenwire story quoting Professor Pat Parenteau on a lawsuit over natural gas fracking in New York.
- Solve Climate News, whose story was carried by Reuters, spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on June 1 about legal challenges to the EPA's rules on greenhouse gas emissions.
- Sports Illustrated on May 31 cited Professor Michael McCann's research into age limits in professional sports.
- The Des Moines Register cited Mark Cooper's research in a May 31 article about a bill that would expand Iowa's nuclear power. Cooper is senior research fellow for economic analysis at the Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- The National Law Journal discussed the NFL labor dispute with Professor Michael McCann on May 30 in an article that was also carried by Yahoo! Finance in the United States, Canada and Singapore.
- The Boston Herald and Dallas Morning News spoke with Professor Michael McCann on May 30 about Super Bowl ticket holders who sued the Dallas Cowboys and NFL for damages related to February's seating fiasco in Arlington.
- In the spring/summer 2011 issue of Northeastern University School of Law's Northeastern Law Magazine, Professor Susan Apel is included among "Northeastern's Practical People," or alums who have gone on to teach at law schools in clinical and experiential programs.