Bar News News Archive


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    What's the Buzz?

    Members are adapting quickly to our new online communities.  As with our prior listserve service, the most active section is the Property Law Section, with Family Law following close behind.   One of the added benefits of this new system is that you can check out and search what other Sections are talking about whether or not you join or post.  So what is the buzz?  Click HERE for more!

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    Three Lawyers to be Honored with VBA Pro Bono Award

    The Vermont Bar Association proudly announces that it will present its annual Pro Bono Service Award to three Vermont attorneys at its mid-year meeting in Manchester.  Pauline Law, Lila Shapero and Salvatore Spinosa are this year’s honorees. Click the heading for more info.  Congrats to these three amazing volunteers!

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    The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

    Explore our love-hate relationship with technology and discerning the best thing since sliced bread in VBA's latest blawg entry HERE.  Join the Technology Community and share your collective wisdom at VBA Connect!

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    Immigration Law Section Pro Bono Training

    The Immigration Section of the Vermont Bar Association is coordinating a training for attorneys interested in providing pro bono services to immigrants in need of legal assistance.  The Vermont Bar Association strongly supports access to legal services as a core part of our mission to serve the public and the profession.  From our Board President Mike Kennedy: “The Vermont Bar Association has long supported access to legal services, including through its many pro bono programs. The VBA’s members have a long history of providing pro bono services to those in need.”  We endeavor to facilitate assisting low-income persons, who often have no choice but to navigate the legal system unrepresented. 

    Attorneys who wish to participate in the Immigration Section training are asked to e-mail info@vtbar.org and specify “Immigration Law” in the subject line.  Those attorneys will be notified when training details are finalized.  VBA Members will also receive updates in the Immigration Section online community. Click heading for more.