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Recent FMLA Changes

On February 6, 2013, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published a final rule to implement amendments to the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) made by the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (NDAA) and the Airline Flight Crew Technical Corrections Act (AFCTCA). 472 more words


Visit Vermont - Fall Open House

Each year we host several on-campus events, drawing prospective students from all over the country, to experience what it’s really like at Vermont Law School. During the fall we feature our Open House, welcoming prospective students to learn more about our many degree programs, and the VLS community. 91 more words


Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

We processed our largest batch of admissions decisions today! A very busy Friday in the office.

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Student Lunch Presentations

Vermont Law students have many opportunities to present their work to the greater VLS and local community. This week the U.S. China Partnership for Environmental Law is hosting the following joint research project presentations. 29 more words


Break In Sight

The mini breaks in school always arrive when one needs them the most.  Spring Break is in the air, but there is always a price to pay.  117 more words

JD Law Bloggers

Meet Judge Shelley Hill '81

Judge Hill is a 1981 grad of VLS and is currently a district court judge in Colorado. Here is what she had to say about VLS, an experience that is representative of campus today. 51 more words


Vermont Professor Gus Speth: Advocate

You may have seen it on the news or read about it in a recent VLS press release. Professor Gus Speth, a recognized leader on international environmental law issues, was one of seventy people arrested during a protest in Washington DC surrounding the development of the Alberta tar sands pipeline. 69 more words