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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Vermont Law School Cost-Cutting Continues

Vermont Law School, facing declining enrollment and a $3.3 million deficit, has layed off 2 employees and bought out 10 more in its most recent cost-cutting move, according to the Associated Press.

Last November, the Law School announced the buy-out program, which at least to date has not been extended to faculty.  At Above The Law, however, Stacey Zaretsky, in a short blurb, suggests Vermont's cost-cutting days may not entirely be over, and the faculty may not fare so well in the next round of cuts (the link is behind a paywall).

Vermont Law School, a private, unaffiliated law school, is the only law school in the State of Vermont.

Craig Estlinbaum

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