Why Not Pat Ourselves on the Back?

Seven Days recently ran a story entitled “Conservative Senator Peg Flory to Hang Up Her Spurs.” https://www.sevendaysvt.com/vermont/conservative-senator-peg-flory-to-hang-up-her-spurs/Content?oid=14090480  In the article, Flory was portrayed as outspoken, prepared, skilled, tough, fearless, logical and detail-oriented.  As VBA Past-President, Dan Richardson, pointed out on his Facebook page, one of the most compelling quotes in the article was in reference…

Scenes from our Mid-Year Meeting

A good time was had by all (we hope!) at our 61st Mid-Year Meeting!  Survey responses so far have been generally positive, especially with respect to the programming. We were so fortunate to have great attendance for our focused well-being tracks and our sexual harassment tracks, but also for our other substantive programs.  We heard…

Judge Megan Shafritz Sworn in Today

Congratulations to Megan Shafritz who was sworn in today by Governor Phil Scott at the Washington County Courthouse in Montpelier.  The court room was packed with friends and family, along with refreshments provided by the Washington County and Chittenden County Bar Associations.   First to speak on Megan Shafritz’s behalf was Deputy Attorney General, Joshua…

Scot Kline Ceremony Unaffected by Weather

Guests from near and far braved the snow storm and packed the Washington County Courthouse yesterday for the swearing-in ceremony for Scot Kline.  Governor Phil Scott kicked off the ceremony by recounting Scot Kline’s long history with the State, in AG and General Counsel positions.  The Governor joked that he had to appoint Kline because…