Oliverhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/People/DispForm.aspx?ID=272OliverJeannie OliverStaff Attorney Assistant Professor<img alt="" src="http://www-assets.vermontlaw.edu/Assets/directories/people/Oliver%2c%20Jeannie.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><p> </p>Jeannie Oliver is an assistant professor and staff attorney at the Energy Clinic. Jeannie joined the Energy Clinic from the Vermont Department of Public Service’s Public Advocacy Division where she primarily worked on solar siting issues with a particular focus on net-metering. Jeannie has also worked as an attorney for a private corporate/commercial law firm and the New Zealand Commerce Commission, and was a judge’s clerk at the New Zealand Court of Appeals. Jeannie gained her LLM in Environmental Law and American Legal Studies from Vermont Law School, and her law degree from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. GP0|#84094f35-8eaa-4481-b414-8bc4beec3f97;L0|#084094f35-8eaa-4481-b414-8bc4beec3f97|Faculty;GTSet|#f56df0fa-9bdb-4e22-abac-ddf5f696a71d;GPP|#d56ffc52-3a80-49e2-95fd-f49b2d4639a1

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              The Energy Trilemma and the Smart Grid: Implications Beyond the United Stateshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Accomplishments Activities/DispForm.aspx?ID=3626The Energy Trilemma and the Smart Grid: Implications Beyond the United States<div class="ExternalClass45A50E3440BB4CD793112F9467B69F33"><p>​“The Energy Trilemma and the Smart Grid: Implications Beyond the United States,” (with Benjamin Sovacool), <em>Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies</em> 4(1) (January 2017).</p></div>http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/app5.95/full3626PublicationArticle

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