VLS in the News
Week of May 9
May 16, 2011
- The Brattleboro Reformer reported May 14 on a corn-based ethanol study co-authored by students at the VLS Institute for Energy and the Environment.
- The Brattleboro Reformer profiled Jesse Corum '77 on his 30th anniversary of practicing law.
- The Boston Globe, Seattle Times and other media reported May 12 on the appointment of Jonathan Lash, former director of the Environmental Law Center, as president of Hampshire College.
- The Huffington Post and other media ran a Center for Public Integrity investigative story on May 11 quoting Professor Peter Bradford on the safety risks of nuclear energy.
- Bloomberg News talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on May 10 about the federal government's plan to reduce the backlog of cases seeking protection for wildlife and plants under the Endangered Species Act.
- High Country News quoted Professor Pat Parenteau in a May 10 story about efforts to better enforce the Clean Water Act.
- The Environmental Law Institute reported May 10 that Holli Brown '12 was named co-winner of the sixth annual ELI-ABA-NAELS "Endangered Environmental Laws" Student Writing Competition.
- Carl Ponce '97, general coordinator of the Latin American and Caribbean Network for Democracy, discussed Venezuela's "populist propaganda" in a May 10 commentary in the Latin American Herald Tribune.
- The Associated Press reported May 10 that Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman would be VLS's commencement speaker.
- Law Technology News reported May 10 and Campus Technology May 9 on Vermont Law School's launch of two online master's degree programs in environmental law.
- Assistant Professor Michele Martinez Campbell talked to the Valley News on May 9 about a Vermont murder trial involving an ax, a hunting rifle and a claim of self-defense.