​​​​​The Criminal Law Clinic is a unique opportunity for students who have determined that they are serious about criminal law as a career. The clinic is taught by prosecutors and defense attorneys, all of whom are leading practitioners in the Vermont criminal law bar and members of the VLS criminal law faculty: Professors David Cahill, Brian Marsicovetere, and Anna Saxman. Students enrolled in the clinic will participate in a class that meets once a week for two hours, co-taught by the professors. For their practicum students will work on real criminal cases and may practice in Vermont courts under the direct supervision of Professors Cahill, ​​Marsicovetere, and Saxman.​​​

This is a 6 credit course: 2 credit hours of classroom once a week for 2 hours; and 4 credit hours of clinic work twice a week for 8 hours each day. Specific application procedures apply.

For more information or to inquire about the application process, you may also contact Professor Robert Sand.​​​​