Summer is within our grasp!
And June is packed with informative programs, including a Go-To-Meeting...that means LIVE from wherever you are!
There's a total of 25+ MCLE credits, three (3.0) of which are ETHICS!
NAVIGATING MEDICARE: Saving Clients from Penalties & Fraud
Know the rules and options. Ensure your clients avoid financial penalties and create an awareness of fraud in an effort to protect your clients.

Date: June 6, 2017
Place: New England Federal Credit Union in Williston, VT (limit 25 people)
OR attend remotely via Go-To-Meeting (limit 25 people) 
Time: 8:00am - 11:00am
Credits: 3.0 MCLE



**Municipal Attorneys Forum 2017

Up for discussion: Public Records Act and the recent Toensig v. Attorney General's Office case; immigration enforcement policies and "sanctuary cities;" mediation at the municipal level; and the ethical issues when representing municipalities & organizations.

Date: June 15, 2017
Place: DoubleTree, S. Burlington
Time: 9am - 4:30pm
Credits: 6.0 MCLE (Incl. 1.0 Ethics) 


Breakfast and lunch are included!

**Approved and certified to satisfy Rules 12(a)(1) and 15 (c ) of the VT Rules of Admission
**Environmental Law CLE
Date: June 13, 2017
Place: State House Cafeteria, Montpelier
Time: 8:30am - 4:00pm
Credits: 6.5 MCLE

Don't miss this packed agenda! We'll cover the new net-metering rule, what's changed, and how the changes affect applications/petitions to the PSB. In the same net-metering context we'll discuss preferred sites including methodology behind certification of brownfields, sanitary landfills & Super Fund sites.
And that's just the morning!
In the afternoon we've got the VT Endangered Species Act and areas of overlap with the Federal Threatened & Endangered Species Act; overviews of the new Investigation & Remediation of Contaminated Properties Rule, the Natural Resources Damages Assessment rulemaking process, and finally, potential changes to the Federal Clean Water Act and how those changes impact Vermont, as well as updates on implementation of Vermont's clean water laws.
You need to register right here 
Breakfast and lunch included
**Approved and certified to satisfy Rules 12(a)(1) and 15 (c ) of the VT Rules of Admission
There's no need to fear...
PROCRASTINATORS DAY is here!

And we have an agenda. A finished agenda! Whaaat? 
Okay, so we'll start off with breakfast and an ethical morning at the movies, then ease into an introduction to ESOPs.  Have a little lunch and then get an overview of Act 250 & land use for general practitioners. We'll wind down the day with some TED Talks on technology. 
So, like we said... a little of this and a little of that...and we'll feed you!

Date: June 22, 2017
Place: DoubleTree, S. Burlington
Time: 9am - 4:30pm
Credits: 6.0 MCLE (incl. 2.0 Ethics)

**Seeing the Forest for the Trees:
A Survey Course on Advising Woodland Landowners in Vermont

Designed for all attorneys, regardless of practice area or level of experience, with a goal of improving our capacity to provide succession planning assistance to forest land owners in Vermont - t his program will expand your knowledge of the unique resources, legal issues, and range of key professionals available to assist woodland owners in successful stewardship & long-term succession planning for their forests.

Date: June 28, 2017
Place: Capitol Plaza, Montpelier
Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Credits: 4.0 MCLE

Register here, your clients will thank you!

**Approved and certified to satisfy Rules 12(a)(1) and 15 (c ) of the VT Rules of Admission