Gretchen Oldham | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/gretchen-oldhamGretchen Oldham | Vermont LawA glance at Gretchen Oldham’s recent caseload hints at the transnational scope of her work — and a multi-cultural understanding of law...
EPA Crew | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/epa-crewEPA Crew | Vermont LawThe extraordinary relationship between Vermont Law School and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) goes back to the very beginning...
Scott Cullen | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/scott-cullenScott Cullen | Vermont Law“A legal education can prepare you to do all sorts of things, not just work in a courtroom or with stacks of paper.”
A World of Hurt | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/a-world-of-hurtA World of Hurt | Vermont LawCharles "Chuck" De Leva JD'78 on why the world needs more lawyers, especially for the environment.
Out of the Shadows | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/out-of-the-shadowsOut of the Shadows | Vermont LawUnder the mentorship of supervising attorney Art Edersheim, Erin Jacobsen assisted in cases with Burlington-based Vermont Immigration and Asylum Advocates.
Turning the Tide | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/turning-the-tideTurning the Tide | Vermont LawMeghan Jeans JD’02/MSEL’03, director of the Boston-based aquarium’s Conservation Programs, is busy making a connection.
Alex Manning | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/alex-manningAlex Manning | Vermont Law“To me, big things start in little bitty towns. South Royalton is my Selma, Alabama.”
Not Mine | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/not-mineNot Mine | Vermont LawIn November of 2009, St. Louis-based Arch Coal, the second-largest coal producer in the U.S., acquired the rights to strip-mine 731 million tons of Otter Creek coal reserves in the Powder River Basin of Montana...
Brandi Meredith | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/brandi-meredithBrandi Meredith | Vermont LawChange comes in many forms; for Brandi, it meant joining the FBI to "produce the most analytical, least biased assessment possible" as an intelligence analyst.
Jehmal Hudson | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/jehmal-hudsonJehmal Hudson | Vermont Law"No brief case, no laptop. Just my mouth. My job is all about relationships."
Rebecca Wigg | Vermont Lawhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/rebecca-wiggRebecca Wigg | Vermont Law“I was looking for a master’s degree that would give me expertise and legal background in energy policy. Vermont Law School was the only place. There was nowhere else like it.”

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