VLS in the News
Week of May 23
May 31, 2011
- The Houston Chronicle talked to Professor Pat Parenteau on May 29 about a proposal to add a West Texas lizard to the endangered species list, which could slow oil and natural gas production in that area.
- Neues Deutschland (Germany) spoke with Professor Peter Bradford on May 28 about the financial risks to taxpayers of nuclear power plants.
- WECT and other North Carolina media reported May 28 on the death of John Carroll III '86, a district court judge in North Carolina.
- The Burlington Free Press spoke with Professor Cheryl Hanna on May 26 about the Michael Jacques murder case.
- The Randolph Herald had front-page stories May 26 about Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman's commencement talk and the groundbreaking for the Center for Legal Services.
- The Burlington Free Press, Rutland Herald and Vermont Today talked to Professor Cheryl Hanna on May 25-26 about the retirement of Vermont Supreme Court Justice Denise Johnson.
- The Conglomerate spoke with Professor Michael McCann on May 25 about whether U.S. soccer fans can bring antitrust claims against European football for financial fair play.
- Il Foglio (Italy) talked to Professor Philip Meyer on May 24 about the Dominique Strauss‑Kahn sexual assault case and how Europeans' common perception of the American legal system is influenced by U.S. movies, novels and television.
- In his latest Sports Illustrated commentary May 24, Professor Michael McCann discussed the NBA labor dispute.
- The Rutland Herald and Vermont Today reported May 24 on the death of Peter Neary '82, a deputy state's attorney in Rutland.
- U.S. News & World Report reported May 23 on Vermont Law School's new online masters degree program in environmental law.
- In her latest Vermont Public Radio commentary May 23, Professor Cheryl Hanna discussed Burlington's Kathleen Sullivan, one of Entergy's key lawyers in the company's lawsuit to prevent the state of Vermont from shutting down the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant in 2012.