As one of the 50 states in the United States of America, Vermont hosts
1 law schools that have national reputation. Check
Countryaah to see a list of all towns, cities,
and counties in the state of Vermont. By clicking on links to each
city, you can find high schools, colleges, and universities within
Joint degrees awarded: J.D./M.S.E.L.
Student activities: Vermont Law Review; Environmental Law Journal;
Thomas M. Debevoise Moot Court; Douglas M. Costle Environmental Moot
Court and various regional and national moot court competitions.
Address: 164 Chelsea Street PO Box 96 South
Royalton, VT 05068
Before you can study in any of
the above 1 law programs in Vermont, you will need to take the Law
School Admissions Test. The exam dates throughout the year are
also provided on the site.
Vermont, a state of New England, USA
with border with Canada to the north; 24,903 km2,
625,700 in. (2010), of which 95% are white. Enlisted in the
Union in 1791 as the 14th State. Capital: Montpelier (8000
residents). Nickname: The Green Mountain
State. Check searchforpublicschools for public primary and high schools in Vermont.
Vermont, in terms of area and population, is one of the smallest
states in the country and one of the least urbanized. Major cities
are Burlington (42,400 inb) and Rutland (16,500 inb). The rest of
the population is divided into the beautifully situated farms and
small towns of the countryside. In addition to trade, tourism and
more a fast-growing electronics industry at Burlington, the economy
is based on the timber industry (timber, furniture, paper), mining
(marble, granite) and a predominantly animal agricultural production
(dairy, meat). Button 6000 agricultural farms occupy 1/5 of
the area, half of it in the form of grazing areas, most of the river
valleys. The cultivated areas are concentrated along Lake
Champlain towards NV.
Most of Vermont is comprised of a large hilly forest landscape
with numerous lakes and rivers, several of which are lined up and
utilized for hydropower, such as the Connecticut River, which
borders New Hampshire to the east. Highest point is Mt. Mansfield
(1339 m) in the central Green Mountains (part of the
Appalachians). The climate is cold-tempered with heavy snowfall in
winter, with ski resorts such as Mt. Snow, Killington and Stowe
attract many tourists. Other tourist destinations are the Shelburne
Museum and Heritage Park open-air museum and Ben and Jerry's Ice
Cream Factory in Waterbury. Vermont is famous for its maple syrup
and known for strict environmental legislation that prohibits the
setup of large billboards, billboards, along the roads.
Prior to the arrival of Europeans, the area was inhabited by
Indians of the Algonquin language group. The first actual settlement
came in 1724 with the English Fort Dummer (near Brattleboro), after
the French under the leadership of Samuel de Champlain explored the
area in the 1600s.