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South Royalton Legal Clinic Full Timehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1827South Royalton Legal Clinic Full TimeSouth Royalton Legal Clinic Full TimeMay, JamesStudents work on a variety of civil cases, representing persons unable to afford private counsel. Cases are in such areas as Social Security; income maintenance; unemployment compensation; domestic relations; bankruptcy; landlord-tenant relations; consumer protection; juvenile law; representation of children; immigration; and assistance to prisoners. Student practice rules in state/federal courts allow students to file pleadings, conduct discovery, and make court appearances with the consent of the court and under attorney sponsorship. Students interview and counsel clients, prepare and investigate cases, draft pleadings and memoranda, participate in negotiations, and conduct evidentiary and appellate hearings, all under the supervision of one of the Clinic's attorneys. It is recommended that students take Evidence and/or Trial Practice prior to enrolling in the Clinic, but neither is required. Satisfies Experiential requirement.​10.0000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661827
South Royalton Legal Clinic Part Timehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1829South Royalton Legal Clinic Part TimeSouth Royalton Legal Clinic Part TimeMay, James Students work on a variety of civil cases, representing persons unable to afford private counsel. Cases are in such areas as Social Security; income maintenance; unemployment compensation; domestic relations; bankruptcy; landlord-tenant relations; consumer protection; juvenile law; representation of children; immigration; and assistance to prisoners. Student practice rules in state/federal courts allow students to file pleadings, conduct discovery, and make court appearances with the consent of the court and under attorney sponsorship. Students interview and counsel clients, prepare and investigate cases, draft pleadings and memoranda, participate in negotiations, and conduct evidentiary and appellate hearings, all under the supervision of one of the Clinic’s attorneys. It is recommended that students take Evidence and/or Trial Practice prior to enrolling in the Clinic, but neither is required. Registration: You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system.3.00000000000000CLI9412.AGP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661829
South Royalton Legal Clinic Classhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1830South Royalton Legal Clinic ClassSouth Royalton Legal Clinic ClassMay, JamesRegistration: You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system. Assessment of students’ performance in the classroom portion and representation of clients will be made by the Clinic faculty on a pass/fail basis (“pass honors” and “low pass” are other possible designations). NOTE: Part-time and full-time students who enroll in the Clinic may not enroll in courses that conflict with the Clinic’s introductory session; they should also realize that occasional conflicts may arise between court hearings (and similar commitments) and daytime classes, in which case client obligations prevail. Satisfies Experiential requirement.3.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661830
Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1832Advanced South Royalton Legal ClinicAdvanced South Royalton Legal ClinicMay, James Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to mentor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked6.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661832
Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1833Advanced South Royalton Legal ClinicAdvanced South Royalton Legal ClinicMay, James Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to mentor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9.00000000000000Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to mentor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661833
CLI9411.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1834CLI9411.ASiPWhite, Jeffry The Semester in Practice (SiP) Program is a field-based externship in which students apprentice (without pay) to lawyers in all areas of practice. The SiP is appropriate for students interested in self-directed learning under the supervision of an experienced legal professional or professionals with a JD (where appropriate) who work with and within: government (state, federal and local), NGO's, non-profit organizations, corporations and law firms. The SiP provides an opportunity – through observation, participation, practice, and reflection – to improve students’ legal knowledge and skills and to inform and expand their vision of what the practice and profession of law can be. Components and Requirements of the SiP Course: There are two different components to the SiP program: a practicum component and a classroom component. Students are provided supervision in each aspect of the program. For the practicum component, students are designated an on-site attorney supervisor. For the classroom component, each student is assigned a faculty supervisor from Vermont Law School. All students are required to participate in an on-line orientation prior to the first day of work on-site, as well as an on-campus session held in the semester preceding the externship. Credits and Grading: Students enrolled in the full time program work for 15 weeks, full-time according to the schedule of their assigned office, and receive 11 experiential credits and 2 classroom credits. Experiential credits are awarded on a pass-fail basis and classroom credits are letter-graded. Eligibility: 1. Students who are in their 4th, 5th and 6th semester who have a GPA of 2.4 or higher are eligible to participate. 2. Timely submission of a JD Externship Program Application (a list of required materials is included in the application materials). Application Deadlines: 1. In order to participate in a Fall SiP, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by February 1st. 2. In order to participate in a Spring SiP, students must complete a JD Externship Program Aplication by September 30th. Satisfies the experiential credit requirement.11.0000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661834
JD PT Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1835JD PT ExternshipJD PT ExternshipWhite, Jeffry The Part-Time JD Externship Program is a field-based externship in which student’s apprentice (without pay) to lawyers and JD professionals in all areas of practice. The part-time externship program is appropriate for students interested in self-directed learning under the supervision of an experienced legal professional working with and within: government (state, federal and local), NGO's, non-profit organizations, corporations and law firms. The Part-Time Externship provides students an opportunity to participate in a range of lawyering tasks so that they develop an improved understanding of the legal process and of legal problems at all stages of resolution. Components and Requirements of the Part-Time JD Externship Course: There are two different components to the Part-Time JD Externship program: a practicum component and an academic component. Students are provided supervision in each aspect of the program. For the practicum component, students are designated an on-site attorney supervisor. For the classroom component, each student is assigned a faculty supervisor from Vermont Law School. A mandatory seminar component is included with pass/fail evaluation and there is no additional credit for the seminar. The Externship Faculty has the option on a semester by semester basis of doing either individual conference sessions or regular classroom sessions. All students are required to participate in an orientation during the first week of the externship semester. Credits and Grading: Students enrolled in the part-time program must work three hours per week, on average, for 15 weeks for each credit earned. For example, a six credit externship requires 2.4 days or 18 hours of work per week. Students may earn from four to six credits depending on the time committed. Students take classes on-campus during the semester in addition to participating in a JD externship. Eligibility: 1. Students who are in their 4th, 5th and 6th semester who have a GPA of 2.4 or higher are eligible to participate. 2. Timely submission of a JD Externship Program Application (a list of required materials is included in the application materials). Application Deadlines: 1. In order to participate in a Fall Part-Time JD Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by April 1st. 2. In order to participate in a Spring Part-Time JD Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Applicaion by September 30th. Exernships for 4 or 5 credits count toward satisfaction of the experiential credit requirement. Externships for 6 credits satisfy the experiential credit requirement.4.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661835
Energy Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1836Energy ClinicEnergy ClinicJones/OliverThrough this course students will be introduced to the practical aspects of real world energy projects. Students will become involved in some aspect of the development or evaluation of sustainable energy projects and may have the opportunity to support the legal and policy requirements of a particular project or through the development of model legal documents to facilitate future projects. Current project areas include community solar development and other alternative energy systems. Students will be introduced to the state and federal statutes, rules, tax codes, and ordinances that apply to the development of energy projects particularly those that promote sustainability at the community level. Specific projects undertaken by the energy clinic will be selected in order to support some social justice or environmental benefit including community ownership, greenhouse gas reduction, or low income energy affordability goals. Classroom instruction will be through IEE faculty, fellows, and guest lecturers. This course is offered in the summer, fall, and spring semesters. Energy Policy in a Carbon Constrained World (ENV5226) is co-requisites for this course. Application through the common clinic application process and/or instructor approval is required.4.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661836
Food & Agriculture Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1837Food & Agriculture ClinicFood & Agriculture ClinicMoses, Aurora In the Food and Agriculture Clinic, students collaborate with local, regional, national and international partner organizations to develop and publicly disseminate law, policy and market tools that provide guidance to food system constituencies, including farmers, food entrepreneurs, consumers, legislators, and advocates, on how to advance law, policy and market initiatives that directly or indirectly promote (1) environmentally and economically sustainable agriculture, (2) public health, (3) food access and food security, (4) local and regional agriculture economies and (5) animal welfare. Student clinicians participate in all aspects of project development and execution, gaining experience in both advocacy and the business behind it. Skills practiced in the clinic — including problem solving, cross-professional collaboration, legal research, legal writing, project management, legal resource design, interviewing, public speaking, media and marketing — are transferable to any advocacy context. Method of evaluation: Clinic is high pass/low pass/fail.4.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661837
Judicial Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1839Judicial ExternshipJudicial ExternshipWhite, Jeffry The Judicial Externship Program is a field-based externship in which students apprentice (without pay) in judicial chambers. The Judicial Externship is appropriate for students interested in self-directed learning under the supervision of an experienced judge and judicial law clerk. The Judicial Externship will provide students the opportunity to learn about the process of judicial decision making by observing the function of a particular court while thinking about the management and administration of the court system. The Judicial Externship provides students the opportunity to develop writing, research and analytical skills. Components and Requirements of the Judicial Externship: There are two different components to the Judicial Externship: a practicum component and a classroom component. Students are provided supervision in each aspect of the program. For the practicum component, students are designated an on-site judicial supervisor. For the classroom component, each student is assigned a faculty supervisor from Vermont Law School. All students are required to participate in a one-day orientation prior to the first day of work on-site. Credits and Grading: Students enrolled in the judicial externship program work for 15 weeks, full-time according to the court's schedule, and receive 11 experiential credits and 2 classroom credits. Experiential credits are awarded on a pass-fail basis and classroom credits are letter-graded. Eligibility: 1. Students who are in their 4th, 5th and 6th semester who have a GPA of 2.4 or higher are eligible to participate. 2. Timely submission of a JD Externship Program Application (a list of required materials is included in the application materials). Application Deadlines: 1. In order to participate in a Fall Judicial Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by February 1st. 2. In order to participate in a Spring Judicial Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by September 30th. Satisfies the experiential credit requirement.11.0000000000000Judicial ExternshipGP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661839
Judicial Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1840Judicial SeminarJudicial SeminarWhite,Jeffry The Judicial Externship Program is a field-based externship in which students apprentice (without pay) in judicial chambers. The Judicial Externship is appropriate for students interested in self-directed learning under the supervision of an experienced judge and judicial law clerk. The Judicial Externship will provide students the opportunity to learn about the process of judicial decision making by observing the function of a particular court while thinking about the management and administration of the court system. The Judicial Externship provides students the opportunity to develop writing, research and analytical skills. Components and Requirements of the Judicial Externship: There are two different components to the Judicial Externship: a practicum component and a classroom component. Students are provided supervision in each aspect of the program. For the practicum component, students are designated an on-site judicial supervisor. For the classroom component, each student is assigned a faculty supervisor from Vermont Law School. All students are required to participate in a one-day orientation prior to the first day of work on-site. Credits and Grading: Students enrolled in the judicial externship program work for 15 weeks, full-time according to the court's schedule, and receive 11 experiential credits and 2 classroom credits. Experiential credits are awarded on a pass-fail basis and classroom credits are letter-graded. Eligibility: 1. Students who are in their 4th, 5th and 6th semester who have a GPA of 2.4 or higher are eligible to participate. 2. Timely submission of a JD Externship Program Application (a list of required materials is included in the applicaton materials). Application Deadlines: 1. In order to participate in a Fall Judicial Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by February 1st. 2. In order to participate in a Spring Judicial Externship, students must complete a JD Externship Program Application by September 30th. Satisfies the experiential credit requirement.2.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661840
Advanced Energy Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1841Advanced Energy ClinicAdvanced Energy ClinicJones/Oliver The Advanced Energy Clinic explores at an advanced level, the practical aspects of real world energy projects from the stage of conceptualization, development, contracting, financing, regulatory approval and construction. Students will be further exposed to the state and federal statutes, rules, tax codes, and ordinances that apply to the development of energy projects particularly those that promote sustainability at the community level. Students will also review and/or develop purchased power and other commercial agreements governing these projects. Current project areas include community solar development and other alternative energy systems. Advanced Energy Clinic students will play a leadership role in managing project teams and interfacing with clients. Classroom instruction will be through IEE faculty, fellows, and guest lecturers. This course is offered in the summer, fall and spring semesters. The Energy Clinic and Energy Policy in a Carbon Constrained World (ENV5226) are prerequisites for this course. Application through the common clinic application and/or instructor approval is require4.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661841
Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1570Environmental and Natural Resources Law ClinicThe ENRLC is a public interest environmental law firm.  Student clinicians work on behalf of environmental and conservation organizations under the supervision of clinical faculty.  In addition to work on cases, students attend weekly staff meetings and a weekly seminar.9302GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661570
Land Use and Policy Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1571Land Use and Policy ClinicProvides an opportunity to address land use issues through the application of law and planning tools. Students work in non-adversarial projects such as drafting of legislation, plans, or legal instruments; researching, summarizing and analyzing relevant law and planning tools; developing training materials; and making presentations to lawyers and land use professionals.  Students also attend a weekly class and a weekly project strategy session.9305GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661571
Land Use Clinic Classhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1572Land Use Clinic ClassProvides an overview of environmental and land use regulation and policy; addresses electric generation and transmission and the impact of public policy and funding; the focus is on Vermont, though issues and principles across the country are considered.  Related lawyering skills are developed throughout.9306GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661572
Land Use Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1573Land Use ClinicStudents work at ANR on issues that arise through the Agency’s regulatory and land management work.The four credit practicum requires two days per week for thirteen weeks. The course involves land use practice, and it integrates the application of legal research and writing and administrative, constitutional and environmental law.   9307GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661573
South Royalton Legal Clinic FThttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1574South Royalton Legal Clinic FTAn on-campus clinic dedicated to serving Vermont residents who cannot afford private counsel.  Students work under supervising attorneys representing real clients in civil cases in state and federal courts in Vermont and before administrative agencies.9310GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661574
So. Royalton Legal Clinic - Summerhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1575So. Royalton Legal Clinic - SummerAn on-campus clinic dedicated to serving Vermont residents who cannot afford private counsel.  Students work under supervising attorneys representing real clients in civil cases in state and federal courts in Vermont and before administrative agencies.9311GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661575
South Royalton Legal Clinic PThttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1576South Royalton Legal Clinic PTAn on-campus clinic dedicated to serving Vermont residents who cannot afford private counsel.  Students work under supervising attorneys representing real clients in civil cases in state and federal courts in Vermont and before administrative agencies.9312GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661576
South Royalton Legal Clinic Classhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1577South Royalton Legal Clinic Class    Please see class descriptions by term for registration information.9315GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661577
So. Royalton Legal Clinic Class - Summerhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1578So. Royalton Legal Clinic Class - SummerPlease see class descriptions by term for registration information.9316GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661578
Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 13http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1579Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 13Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial ENRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to metnor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director.Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9323GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661579
Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 6http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1580Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 6Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial ENRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to mentor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director.Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9326GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661580
Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 9http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1581Advanced Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic 9Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial ENRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to metnor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director.Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9329GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661581
Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 13http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1582Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 13Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to metnor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9333GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661582
Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 6http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1583Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 6Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to metnor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9336GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661583
Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 9http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1584Advanced South Royalton Legal Clinic 9Students will further develop their understanding of law, broad philosophical, economic and scientific underpinnings of their work, and lawyering skills introduced in their initial SRLC experience. Students will be expected to take greater responsibility for cases and to metnor novice clinicians. Enrollment is by permission of the clinic director. Credits awarded are appropriate for the number of clinic hours worked.9339GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661584
Clinical Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1585Clinical TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.9391GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661585
Clinical Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1586Clinical TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.9392GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661586
Clinical Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1587Clinical TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.9393GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661587
Clinical Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1588Clinical TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.9394GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661588
Dispute Resolution Clinic Ihttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1589Dispute Resolution Clinic ITrains students to mediate disputes through participation in local court mediation programs.  Weekly seminars focus on conflict theory, mediation techniques, litigation strategies, public policy and social justice issues, as well as ethical and licensing concerns. A portion of each class devoted to clinic-style rounds, enabling students to present the cases they have mediated for discussion and feedback.9405GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661589
Dispute Resolution Clinic IIhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1590Dispute Resolution Clinic IIAdvanced clinic to further develop mediation skills throught participation in mediations in a variety of local court mediation programs and attend weekly seminars.9406GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661590
Semester In Practice (SIP)http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1591Semester In Practice (SIP)A full-time external clinic, appropriate for students interested in self-directed learning under the supervision of an experienced mentor. Field-mentors are experienced lawyers who work with and within government, NGO's, non-profit organizations, corporations and law firms.9411GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661591
Semester In Practice Classhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1592Semester In Practice ClassThe first (a required orientation) of the 10 seminar classes that make up the classroom component of the SiP/ESW is held  at the end of the semester prior to that in which the student is enrolled.  Other classes are conducted on-line during the practicum semester.9412GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661592
JD Part-Time Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1593JD Part-Time ExternshipProvides an opportunity to obtain field based experience on a part-time basis.  Students must work three hours per week for 15 weeks for each credit earned, and may earn from two to six credits depending on the time committed.  Students meet regularly with their faculty sponsors for evaluation and reflection of their experience.9425GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661593
Judicial Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1594Judicial ExternshipPlaces students in judges chambers, where students learn about the process of judicial decision making by observing the function of a court. Students work with the supervising judge to develop legal skills such as writing, research, and analytical skills. All judicial externship students complete an Academic Component which concentrates on judicial and legal ethics, judicial philosophy and history; decision making and judicial discretion; and judicial opinion writing.9430GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661594
Judicial Externship Classhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1595Judicial Externship Class    Please see class descriptions by term for registration information.9431GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661595
L.L.M. Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1596L.L.M. ExternshipProvides students with a first-hand field experience in the environmental area.  Non-profit groups; international, federal, state and local government agencies; law firms, and consulting firms are among the many organizations from all over the world to sponsor LLM internships. All internships are supervised by a faculty sponsor and an on-site supervisor.9432GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661596
MELP Externshiphttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1597MELP ExternshipProvide MELP students with field experience in the environmental area.  Under the supervision of a faculty sponsor and an on-site supervisor, students can intern in non-profit groups; international, federal, state and local government agencies; law firms, and consulting firms all over the world.9440GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661597
MELP Externship 2http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1598MELP Externship 29441GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661598
Land Use Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1599Land Use ClinicProvides an opportunity to develop lawyering skills, particularly as applied in the area of land use practice. The classroom component introduces relevant land use law, practice, and competencies needed for effective representation. The placements build on the class providing students a significant practical experience in land use law.9450GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661599
Energy Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1630Energy ClinicProvides an opportunity to obtain field based experience on a part-time basis. A JD skills class.9427GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661630
Food and Agriculture Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1631Food and Agriculture ClinicProvides an opportunity to obtain field based experience on a part-time basis.  A JD skills class.9428GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661631
Advanced Energy Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1632Advanced Energy Clinic9437GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661632
CLI9302.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=14CLI9302.AEnvironmental and Natural Resources Law ClinicRuley,Doug6.00000000000000The ENRLC is a public interest environmental law firm.  Student clinicians work on behalf of environmental and conservation organizations under the supervision of clinical faculty.  In addition to work on cases, students attend weekly staff meetings and a weekly seminar.9302Environmental & Natural Resources Law ClinicGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566TR 2:10-3:2514
CLI9310.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=15CLI9310.ASouth Royalton Legal Clinic FTMay,James10.0000000000000An on-campus clinic dedicated to serving Vermont residents who cannot afford private counsel.  Students work under supervising attorneys representing real clients in civil cases in state and federal courts in Vermont and before administrative agencies.9310South Royalton Legal Clinic FTGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b56615
CLI9315 A and Bhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1549CLI9315 A and BSouth Royalton Legal Clinic ClassMay, James<div>Classroom component:<br>Fall 2016-- two sections, students must attend one of the following daily for the first 3 weeks:  8:30 -- 9:45 AM or 2:10 -- 3:25 PM. NOTE: For both Fall sections, classes are held as scheduled Monday – Friday for the first 5 weeks.  There are 5 consecutive class days to start; after that 11 (eleven) class days are spread throughout the following 4 weeks.<br>Registration:  You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system.<br>Assessment of students’ performance in the classroom portion and representation of clients will be made by the Clinic faculty on a pass/fail basis (“pass honors” and “low pass” are other possible designations).  <br>NOTE: Part-time and full-time students who enroll in the Clinic may not enroll in courses that conflict with the Clinic’s introductory session; they should also realize that occasional conflicts may arise between court hearings (and similar commitments) and daytime classes, in which case client obligations prevail.  <br>Satisfies Experiential requirement.<br></div>3.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661549
CLI9310http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1551CLI9310South Royalton Legal Clinic Full TimeMay, James<div>Students work on a variety of civil cases, representing persons unable to afford private counsel.  Cases are in such areas as Social Security; income maintenance; unemployment compensation; domestic relations; bankruptcy; landlord-tenant relations; consumer protection; juvenile law; representation of children; immigration; and assistance to prisoners.  Student practice rules in state/federal courts allow students to file pleadings, conduct discovery, and make court appearances with the consent of the court and under attorney sponsorship.  Students interview and counsel clients, prepare and investigate cases, draft pleadings and memoranda, participate in negotiations, and conduct evidentiary and appellate hearings, all under the supervision of one of the Clinic’s attorneys.  <br>It is recommended that students take Evidence and/or Trial Practice prior to enrolling in the Clinic, but neither is required.<br>Classroom component:<br>Fall 2016-- two sections, students must attend one of the following daily for the first 3 weeks:  8:30 -- 9:45 AM or 2:10 -- 3:25 PM. NOTE: For both Fall sections, classes are held as scheduled Monday – Friday for the first 5 weeks.  There are 5 consecutive class days to start; after that 11 (eleven) class days are spread throughout the following 4 weeks.<br>Registration:  You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system.<br>Assessment of students’ performance in the classroom portion and representation of clients will be made by the Clinic faculty on a pass/fail basis (“pass honors” and “low pass” are other possible designations).  <br>NOTE: Part-time and full-time students who enroll in the Clinic may not enroll in courses that conflict with the Clinic’s introductory session; they should also realize that occasional conflicts may arise between court hearings (and similar commitments) and daytime classes, in which case client obligations prevail.  <br>Satisfies Experiential requirement.<br></div>10.0000000000000Students work on a variety of civil cases, representing persons unable to afford private counsel. Cases are in such areas as Social Security; income maintenance; unemployment compensation; domestic relations; bankruptcy; landlord-tenant relations; consumer protection; juvenile law; representation of children; immigration; and assistance to prisoners. Student practice rules in state/federal courts allow students to file pleadings, conduct discovery, and make court appearances with the consent of the court and under attorney sponsorship. Students interview and counsel clients, prepare and investigate cases, draft pleadings and memoranda, participate in negotiations, and conduct evidentiary and appellate hearings, all under the supervision of one of the Clinic's attorneys. It is recommended that students take Evidence and/or Trial Practice prior to enrolling in the Clinic, but neither is required. Classroom component: Fall 2016-- two sections, students must attend one of the following daily for the first 3 weeks: 8:30 -- 9:45 AM or 2:10 -- 3:25 PM. NOTE: For both Fall sections, classes are held as scheduled Monday – Friday for the first 5 weeks. There are 5 consecutive class days to start; after that 11 (eleven) class days are spread throughout the following 4 weeks. Registration: You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system. Assessment of students' performance in the classroom portion and representation of clients will be made by the Clinic faculty on a pass/fail basis ("pass honors" and "low pass" are other possible designations). NOTE: Part-time and full-time students who enroll in the Clinic may not enroll in courses that conflict with the Clinic's introductory session; they should also realize that occasional conflicts may arise between court hearings (and similar commitments) and daytime classes, in which case client obligations prevail. Satisfies Experiential requirement. GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661551
CLI9312http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1552CLI9312South Royalton Legal Clinic Part TimeMay, James<div>Students work on a variety of civil cases, representing persons unable to afford private counsel.  Cases are in such areas as Social Security; income maintenance; unemployment compensation; domestic relations; bankruptcy; landlord-tenant relations; consumer protection; juvenile law; representation of children; immigration; and assistance to prisoners.  Student practice rules in state/federal courts allow students to file pleadings, conduct discovery, and make court appearances with the consent of the court and under attorney sponsorship.  Students interview and counsel clients, prepare and investigate cases, draft pleadings and memoranda, participate in negotiations, and conduct evidentiary and appellate hearings, all under the supervision of one of the Clinic’s attorneys.  <br>It is recommended that students take Evidence and/or Trial Practice prior to enrolling in the Clinic, but neither is required.<br>Classroom component:<br>Fall 2016-- two sections, students must attend one of the following daily for the first 3 weeks:  8:30 -- 9:45 AM or 2:10 -- 3:25 PM. NOTE: For both Fall sections, classes are held as scheduled Monday – Friday for the first 5 weeks.  There are 5 consecutive class days to start; after that 11 (eleven) class days are spread throughout the following 4 weeks.<br>Registration:  You must apply to enroll in SRLC through the VLS Clinical Communication application system.<br>Assessment of students’ performance in the classroom portion and representation of clients will be made by the Clinic faculty on a pass/fail basis (“pass honors” and “low pass” are other possible designations).  <br>NOTE: Part-time and full-time students who enroll in the Clinic may not enroll in courses that conflict with the Clinic’s introductory session; they should also realize that occasional conflicts may arise between court hearings (and similar commitments) and daytime classes, in which case client obligations prevail.  <br>Satisfies Experiential requirement<br></div>3.00000000000000GP0|#3279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893;L0|#03279bb4a-15a3-44bf-9de7-ec9827a2a893|Clinical;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661552