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Vermont Law Review 22nd Annual Symposium

Volume 48 of Vermont Law Review at VLGS Presents its 22nd Annual Symposium: Black, Brown, and Behind Bars: The Effect of a Color-Blind Carceral System, Friday and Saturday, Sept 29-30, in Chase Community Center and LIVE online!

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Save the Date!

Upper Valley Open House and Harvest Fest
Saturday, October 21
164 Chelsea Street, South Royalton, Vermont

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Maverick Lloyd School for the Environment

Training leaders in environmental protection is critical to the future of our planet and communities

New Online Hybrid JD Program

Online Hybrid JD Program

The VLGS part-time Online Hybrid JD program makes it easier for working professionals to earn their law degree.

Chicken Factory


Leveraging laws in the U.S. and China to protect humans, animals and the environment.

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Strategic Plan 2022
Vermont Law and Graduate School will capture the attention of an increasingly engaged citizenry improving the world.
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You see the law as a powerful tool for changing the status quo. That's the way we see it, too.
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VLGS Ranked a Top Environmental Law School
Vermont Law and Graduate School was recently ranked a top environmental law school by U.S. News and World Report. Learn more about our premier environmental programs.
The Environmental Law Center
Environmental Law Center
The Environmental Law Center is home to one of the largest and most highly-ranked graduate environmental law programs in the country.
Students studying in the VLGS Virginia Cornell Library
The 35,000-square-foot library houses our collections and provides a variety of study spaces across four floors, including a highly specialized environmental law collection and the Environmental Reading Room in the library’s loft. 
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Online Degrees
Are you intrigued with the idea of expanding your expertise with a Vermont Law School degree, but wonder how you can do it while working, raising a family, or being engaged in your community?