Gretchen Oldham '09http://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/gretchen-oldhamGretchen Oldham '09A glance at Gretchen Oldham’s recent caseload hints at the transnational scope of her work — and a multi-cultural understanding of law...
Jehmal Hudsonhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/jehmal-hudsonJehmal Hudson"No brief case, no laptop. Just my mouth. My job is all about relationships."
Brandi Meredith - Vermont Law Schoolhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/brandi-meredithBrandi Meredith - Vermont Law SchoolChange comes in many forms; for Brandi, it meant joining the FBI to "produce the most analytical, least biased assessment possible" as an intelligence analyst.
Rebecca Wigghttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/rebecca-wiggRebecca Wigg“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.”
Scott Cullenhttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/scott-cullenScott Cullen“A legal education can prepare you to do all sorts of things, not just work in a courtroom or with stacks of paper.”
Turning the Tidehttp://www.vermontlaw.edu/careers/career-profiles/turning-the-tideTurning the TideMeghan Jeans JD’02/MSEL’03, director of the Boston-based aquarium’s Conservation Programs, is busy making a connection.

​Vermont Law School graduates develop meaningful and influential careers throughout the United States and abroad, with governments, NGOs, and leading law firms. Read how the knowledge, experience, and connections they developed at VLS helped them create the careers they chose.