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Are you an undergraduate student committed to developing new ways of thinking about crime and justice? The undergraduate Restorative Justice (RJ) program provides undergraduate students interested in restorative justice an opportunity to learn the value of restorative and innovative criminal justice programs.

Learn from leaders in restorative justice at our Center for Justice Reform, which addresses deficiencies in the criminal justice system and other responses to harm, conflict, and crime.

 

Undergraduate Students: Become leaders in the restorative justice program at the first law school in the nation with a restorative justice program.

  • Learn from leaders in restorative justice at our Center for Justice Reform, which addresses deficiencies in the criminal justice system and other responses to harm, conflict, and crime.
  • Establish a legal framework that will set you on a path to becoming a leader who uses the power of the law to make a difference.
  • Take additional courses in restorative justice offered as part of the VLS Summer Session program.
  • Have fun and explore Vermont. VLS is nestled on the banks of the White River in the village of South Royalton, We are a short hike, bike ride, or drive to scenic and recreational destinations.

Virtual Course and Dates

June 21- July 1, 2021

ORIGINS, EVOLUTION, AND CRITICAL ISSUES IN RESTORATIVE JUSTICE (3 credits)
Professor John Miller

This course covers the evolving definitions and history of restorative justice and related regulatory and relational practices and approaches. Faculty and students will consider the ways concepts and debates in restorative justice are evolving and being used to tackle some of society’s most challenging problems.

COSTS

  • On Campus Course: Origins, Evolution, and Critical Issues in Restorative Justice (3 credits)
  • Total program cost = $3,000

Total program cost includes tuition. Limited scholarships are available.

APPLY

Priority Deadline: March 31, 2021
Final Deadline: May 1, 2021

 

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Featured Professor

JOHN MILLER

John D. Miller, Jr., is a dynamic and collaborative leader with a passion for helping institutions of higher education and non-profit organizations advance their mission through problem solving, team building, and forward-thinking innovation. As the Vermont Law School's Vice President for Enrollment Management, Marketing and Communications, Vice President Miller leads and contributes to several mission-critical initiatives, including revenue generation, marketing, and communications, technology implementation and adoption, external, community and board relations, and institutional change. Additionally, Vice President Miller is an Adjunct Professor of Law at VLS, teaching courses in the emerging restorative justice field.