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Week of May 16

May 23, 2011

  • Vermont Today reported May 22 on Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman's speech at Vermont Law School's 36th annual commencement.
  • The Salmon Press (N.H.) spoke with Assistant Professor Michele Martinez Campbell on May 20 about a drug court program for non-violent offenders.
  • Platts spoke with Professor Pat Parenteau on May 18 about a federal judge denying motions by two anti-nuclear groups to intervene in Entergy's lawsuit challenging Vermont's right to force the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant to close in 2012.
  • The Center for Public Integrity talked to Professor Peter Bradford on May 18 about the risks of nuclear power plants.
  • PressZoom reported May 18 on VLS's new online master's degree program in environmental law.
  • The Wall Street Journal carried Professor Peter Bradford's review on May 18 of the new book, "The End of Energy".
  • WCAX spoke with Assistant Professor Michele Martinez Campbell on May 18 about a self-defense claim in a murder case in Vermont.
  • PressZoom reported May 18 on Holli Brown '12 being named winner of the sixth annual ELI-ABA-NAELS "Endangered Environmental Laws" Student Writing Competition.
  • The Indianapolis Star talked to Professor Michael McCann on May 17 about the U.S. Justice Department's inquiry into the NCAA's Bowl Championship Series.
  • Business Wire reported May 17 on VLS selecting Xirrus high performance Wi-Fi Arrays across campus.
  • WCAX spoke with Professor Cheryl Hanna on May 16 about the Vermont Yankee federal pre-emption lawsuit, Vermont's new health care bill and drunk driving legislation.
  • In his Sports Illustrated column May 16, Professor Michael McCann discussed the NFL labor dispute, which he also discussed with ESPN, Toronto 590 AM, Tornoto 640 AM, Knoxville 99.1 FM, Cincinnati 700 AM, Seattle News Tribuen, NFL Gridiron Gab and other media.
  • The Associated Press reported May 16 and the Burlington Free Press had an editorial May 19 on former Professor David Mears' role in regulating two towns' sewage treatment plant. Mears resigned to become commissioner of the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation.
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