JD, Vermont Law School, 2008;
BA, Guilford College, 1991
Pamela Vesilind is a Food and Agricultural Law Fellow, teaching Natural Resources Law and Environmental Law Writing & Advocacy in Vermont Law School's Distance Learning Program in the 2012-13 academic year. In the year prior at VLS, she was a visiting assistant professor, teaching Property Law, Professional Responsibility, Legal Methods, and Animals & the Law. An expert in animal law and food law, her scholarship focus has been on animals in agriculture, First Amendment and federal preemption implications for food labeling and animal advocacy, Fourth Amendment principles involving animals, and the public trust doctrine.
Also in the 2012-13 year, she is an adjunct professor and scholar in residence and a candidate in the Food & Agriculture Law LLM Program at the University of Arkansas School of Law.