Vermont Law School's environmental law faculty are national and international leaders in the field.
Our scholars challenge conventional wisdom and push the envelope of knowledge. They are professionals who respect environmental values, have a passion for their work, and devote their talents to making the world a better place for all communities.
These dedicated teachers and scholars mentor students, pursue collaborations and partnerships with researchers and organizations in the U.S. and abroad, litigate major cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and other major courts, and organize political and public action campaigns. As experts, they have testified before Congress and participated in precedent-setting lawsuits. Widely published, their books and articles have established them as recognized and respected experts on environmental law, energy policy, land use, urban planning, wildlife and wilderness law, and "green taxes."