JD, Pace University School of Law, 1997;
BA, Cornell University, 1992
Professor Sean Nolon came to Vermont Law School as an associate professor of law and director of the Dispute Resolution Program. As director of the Land Use Law Center and executive director of the Theodore W. Kheel Center on Environmental Solutions at Pace University School of Law, he designed and implemented JD curricular offerings as well as web-based services to facilitate distance learning.
Professor Nolon served as an associate at Melito and Adolfsen, coordinating litigation in environmental cases and class actions. He has extensive experience in consensus building and dispute resolution and has trained hundreds of local officials, environmentalists, and developers under grants from the Hewlett Foundation, the Surdna Foundation and many government agencies. He has taught at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Pace University School of Law. In 2007 he was recipient of the New York State Bar Association Environmental Law Section Honors Award.