If you’re reading this, you’re probably involved with international legal study at VLS in some way, shape, or form. Which means that you probably have a vested interest in the International Law Society, and should check it out at the meeting taking place on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19 AT 5. Find the info here:
The International Law Society and the Center for Applied Human Rights at VLS are hosting Janelle Diller, of the International Labour Organization. Diller is a senior legal advisor, and will be giving a talk titled, “Workers’ Rights and Corporate Responsibilities Across Borders: Perspectives on Law and Social Justice.”
Come hear her speak on Thursday, September 8th, at 5:30 in Yates Common Room!
Follow this link to learn more about Janelle Diller and the upcoming event:
I don’t think I need to say anything else… This is a great resource, connecting VLS with towns north of us, and particularly with Montpelier, and it only takes about as long as actually driving there yourself! Check out the Stagecoach bus system: STAGECOACH BUS.
Are you looking for furniture? Roommates? Perhaps you’ve got some extra dungarees lying around that you’d like to trade for a cast iron pot, a backpack, or any number of interesting and useful things. Even without a car or much in the bank, you can probably find an array of items to facilitate your life on SWAN SWAP, VLS’s central online location for buying, selling, trading, and even a smattering of employment opportunities.
(If you have any trouble accessing the page, please email Courtney Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vermont Law School’s campus isn’t exactly labyrinthine, but even so, in the first weeks, it can be a little difficult to know exactly which attractive old Victorian you’re supposed to be meeting someone in. In case you’re having a little difficulty deciphering the names and locations–or if you’d like to prepare yourself to be an expert navigator in advance–we’ve got a handy little digital map to help you out (right HERE). And if you’re really having a hard time, don’t hesitate to get in touch.