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2L Note Blog: Making Space for a Spectrum of Community Residences: Building Sustainable and Inclusive Communities Through New York’s Padavan Law

11.27.2013  |  Comments Off on 2L Note Blog: Making Space for a Spectrum of Community Residences: Building Sustainable and Inclusive Communities Through New York’s Padavan Law

Regulating group homes for marginalized groups, including developmentally disabled people, has social justice implications that extend beyond the traditional environmental, economic, and technical considerations that generally underlay land use decisions.  Group homes are ... Continue Reading »

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2L Note Blog: No Gaiety Here: Undocumented LGBT Youth in America

11.23.2013  |  Comments Off on 2L Note Blog: No Gaiety Here: Undocumented LGBT Youth in America

At least 267,000 undocumented Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) adults are presently living in the United States.[1] This figure, however, does not include those undocumented LGBT immigrants under the age of eighteen.[2] LGBT-identified youth ... Continue Reading »

2L Note Blog: Ag-Gag Challenged: The Likelihood of Success of Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Herbert‘s First Amendment Claims

11.21.2013  |  Comments Off on 2L Note Blog: Ag-Gag Challenged: The Likelihood of Success of Animal Legal Defense Fund v. Herbert‘s First Amendment Claims

A series of undercover videos exposing inhumane conditions on factory farms has sprung up in recent years.[1] In 2011, an activist working for Mercy for Animals filmed undercover at Sparboe Egg Farms, McDonald’s ... Continue Reading »

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2L Note Blog: China and the FDA’s Proposed Rule on Foreign Supplier Verification Programs for Importers of Food for Humans and Animals: A Barrier to International Trade?

11.21.2013  |  Comments Off on 2L Note Blog: China and the FDA’s Proposed Rule on Foreign Supplier Verification Programs for Importers of Food for Humans and Animals: A Barrier to International Trade?

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently introduced numerous regulations in accordance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) enacted in 2011. The FDA’s most recent proposed regulation aims to regulate Foreign ... Continue Reading »

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2L Note Blog: Ticonderoga’s 21st Century Battleground: Taking Private Property in Vermont to Supply Natural Gas to the International Paper Mill in Ticonderoga, New York

11.14.2013  |  Comments Off on 2L Note Blog: Ticonderoga’s 21st Century Battleground: Taking Private Property in Vermont to Supply Natural Gas to the International Paper Mill in Ticonderoga, New York

This note revisits eminent domain jurisprudence as applied to a novel situation in Vermont: the taking of private property in Cornwall and Shoreham for the primary purpose of supplying natural gas to a ... Continue Reading »

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The Disclosure Debates: Panel Videos

11.05.2013  |  Comments Off on The Disclosure Debates: Panel Videos

OPENING REMARKS President and Dean Marc Mihaly Professor of Law Janet Milne http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1JZ69brQNA ENVIRONMENTAL LAWS & DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS Sponsored by the Environmental Law Society Moderator: Pat Parenteau Shakeb Afsah An International Perspective on Environmental Disclosure Mark Cohen Can Information Disclosure Policies Help ... Continue Reading »

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The Disclosure Debates Recap: Food and Product Labeling Panel

11.05.2013  |  Comments Off on The Disclosure Debates Recap: Food and Product Labeling Panel

This post, written by Vermont Law Review Articles Editor Caitlin Stanton, first appeared on Vermont Law School’sEnvironmental Health blog.  During Vermont Law School’s 13th Annual Law Review Symposium, the Disclosure Debates, another panel discussion related to environmental health ... Continue Reading »

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The Disclosure Debates Recap: Environmental Laws & Disclosure Requirements Panel

10.01.2013  |  Comments Off on The Disclosure Debates Recap: Environmental Laws & Disclosure Requirements Panel

This post, written by Vermont Law Review Articles Editor Caitlin Stanton, first appeared on Vermont Law School's Environmental Health blog.  The Vermont LawReview hosted its 13th Annual Symposium, the Disclosure Debates: The Regulatory Power of an Informed ... Continue Reading »

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Volume 37: Book 4

08.14.2013  |  Comments Off on Volume 37: Book 4

VERMONT LAW REVIEW VOLUME 37 BOOK 4 SUMMER 2013 Articles Introduction Laurie Ristino Keynote Address Kathleen Merrigan Agriculture and Water Quality: A Climate-Integrated Perspective Robert W. Adler Generally Recognized as Safe?: Analyzing Flaws in the FDA's Approach to GRAS Additives Laurie J. Beyranevand Is ... Continue Reading »

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The Disclosure Debates: The Regulatory Power of an Informed Public

07.30.2013  |  Comments Off on The Disclosure Debates: The Regulatory Power of an Informed Public

The Vermont Law Review proudly presents its 13th Annual Symposium, The Disclosure Debates: The Regulatory Power of an Informed Public. Please join us on Friday, September 27, 2013, for exciting discussion and debate ... Continue Reading »