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About Us

About Us

Volume 45 E-Board from left to right: Chris Burgess (Business Manager), Jessica Griswold (Senior Notes Editor), Sara Gaylon (Editor-in-Chief), Margaret Kelly (Senior Articles Editor), and Lancee Whetman (Senior Managing Editor)

The Vermont Law Review is a student-edited legal journal published quarterly under the guidance of five senior student editors and in collaboration with Vermont Law School faculty. Our main objective is to present readers with topical scholarship on a diverse range of legal issues. We seek articles on a broad variety of legal topics and accept submissions of varying lengths from academics, practitioners, and students. Please see the Submissions page for more information on how to submit articles to Vermont Law Review, as well as information on the selection and editing processes.

In addition to publishing articles, the Vermont Law Review produces an annual Symposium dedicated to in-depth exploration of a timely legal issue. Each Symposium is an opportunity for nationally and internationally recognized experts to exchange ideas and for students to connect with leading figures in their fields.

The Vermont Law Review is collaborating with the Vermont Law School Alumni Office to develop a Vermont Law Review Alumni Association. The Alumni Association will connect current members with the network of Law Review alumni as they navigate career options and plan their legal futures, but also as members of the legal community with an interest in discussing their work and collaborating with others in the field.

For more information about the Vermont Law Review, contact us.

For Vermont Law School students interested in joining the Vermont Law Review, please visit our Prospective Students page.

Submissions The Vermont Law Review continually seeks articles, commentaries, essays, and book reviews on any subject concerning recent developments in state, federal, Native American, or international law.

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