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    Upcoming Dates to Remember
    by Kathy Hartman - Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 1:20 PM
     

    Dates to remember as you are planning ahead . . .

    • The campus is closed on Monday, May 28th for the Memorial Day holiday
    • The deadline to register for summer term 2 classes is Thursday, June 28th
    • We are registering students now for the fall 2018 and spring 2019 terms - the class schedule is attached.
    • Send me an email if you would like to schedule a time to discuss your class selections

    Kathy Hartman

    Student Services Advisor for Online Programs

    khartman@vermontlaw.edu

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    Commencement Celebrations
    by Kathy Hartman - Thursday, May 17, 2018, 1:45 PM
     

    Last week was full of commencement activities, culminating in the ceremonies on Saturday morning.  We held our reception for online graduates and their families on Friday afternoon.  it was so much fun, with lots of hugging and laughter with friends we have known for such a long time and now ...

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    Summer Term 1 Drop Deadline
    by Kathy Hartman - Thursday, May 10, 2018, 9:03 AM
     

    Reminder, the deadline to drop a summer term 1 class without penalty is tomorrow, Friday, May 11th at 11:59 pm Eastern time.

    Drop Form: https://secure.vermontlaw.edu/students/coursewithdraw.cfm

    Email me if you have questions.

    Kathy              

    khartman@vermontlaw.edu


     

    Available courses

    Covers the core issues of First Amendment law: free speech, free press, free exercise of religion, the establishment clause, and freedom of association.

    Increasingly important in our efforts to preserve ecological diversity, historic places, working lands, scenic viewsheds, open space, and public uses of land are conservation tools and processes such as donation of conservation easements, purchase of sensitive lands, and private/public partnerships for
    land conservation. Students will research and review the swiftly developing body of law and legal issues accompanying the use of conservation easements, and will gain a practical understanding of both the legal and
    nonlegal dimensions of land conservation transactions involving conservation easements. In addition, students will actively be engaged in a progressive conservation transaction, beginning with early negotiations, drafting,
    and financial analysis, and proceeding along a spectrum to donation, violation,
    and enforcement of terms of a conservation easement. Each student will be responsible for role playing exercises throughout the conservation transaction process and will assess various financial scenarios, identify and
    resolve disputes related to the conservation transaction, and negotiate and draft a conservation easement.