Vermont Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship published by Vermont Law School students in consultation with the faculty and administration of Vermont Law School.
Vermont Law Review‘s main objectives are to present readers with timely, topical information concerning the legal profession and legal scholarship, and to afford Vermont Law Review members an educational experience which shall hone their skills in research, writing, legal analysis, and leadership.
Vermont Law Review is published quarterly each academic year: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer. If you wish to order a yearly subscription of the Vermont Law Review, please fill out the online subscription form or call 802-763-8303 ext. 1253. Subscription costs are $35.00 (domestic) per year, payable in advance.
The Vermont Law also organizes two symposia each academic year. The symposium address a topical issue of concern. Past topics included Disclosure and an Informed Public (2013), Agriculture and Food Systems (2012), Prison Privatization (2012), Capital Punishment (2011), and National Security and National Values (2009).