The best way to know whether Vermont Law School is right for you is to come to our campus in South Royalton. We will make sure you sit in on a class, meet with a faculty member for lunch or coffee, and get a tour of our beautiful campus. And while you’re here enjoying the VLS community, take advantage of the trip to explore the incredible state of Vermont.
Vermont is many things: small, rural, sophisticated, beautiful, and rugged. It’s also a place for action. Vermont has a long and proud history of promoting justice, equality, citizen rights and environmental issues. The Green Mountain State was the first state to abolish slavery in its Constitution; the first to approve gay civil unions and same-sex marriage through legislative action instead of a court ruling; and the first to require state approval for nuclear power plants within its borders. Billboards are not permitted in the state, and since 1970 Vermont has carefully managed development through Act 250 in order to safeguard the environment, community life, and aesthetic character of the state.
There are more than 20 colleges and universities in Vermont, including the University of Vermont and Middlebury College, and Vermont Law School is located just 30 minutes from Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H. The region is home to a sophisticated mix of opportunities for students: recreation, lodging, restaurants, attractions and shopping.
We'd love to help you arrange a visit to get to know our campus and the region. For more information, connect with us at visit.vermontlaw.edu, call the Admissions Office at 1-888-277-5985, or email email@example.com.