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A Surge For Solar Power?
He holds a doctorate in Natural Resources and Environmental Science from UNH and is a graduate of Vermont Law School with a JD and a Masters in Environmental Law.
Vermont's Chief Justice Is Speaking Out Against the Drug War: Is Anyone Listening?
In recent weeks, Vermont Chief Justice Paul Reiber has gone public with an unusually assertive critique of the war on drugs and the "tough on crime" approach that has defined criminal justice for decades.
Lansing State Journal
Legal rebels at MSU
The pizza hadn't arrived yet but the law students had. Daniel Katz was telling them about jobs and the way technology was remaking the legal services market and something called the ReInvent Law Laboratory.
Finding new ways to fight crime in Vermont
From border to border, state leaders say crime is out of control in Vermont. Prosecutors, judges, advocates and legislators blame a growing opiate addiction epidemic and are scrambling to find solutions.
Farmington Daily Times
New publication offers view into Din way of life
"Moving Across the Landscape" guides reader through Pinabete Arroyo, Wild Ram Spring and Cottonwood Wash while giving an account of the archaeology, people, economy, homes and social change.
Former Clinton Adviser Urges Environmentalists to Get Radical
Speaking at Pace University on Saturday, a former adviser to Presidents Clinton and Carter, called for "a new environmentalism" based on "going back to the ideas of the 1960s and early 1970s, rediscovering their more radical roots, and stepping outside the system in order to change it before it is too late."
The Burlington Free Press
UVM, Vermont Law announce collaborative program
A new program that will offer students an opportunity to earn both a business and a law degree in three years was announced Tuesday by Vermont Law School and the University of Vermont.