I earned my law degree from Vermont Law School, cum laude, in 1999, and clerked in the Superior Court of New Hampshire and then worked for New Hampshire Public Defender as a Staff Attorney. Once I joined the faculty of Vermont Law School I started my training with the expert faculty at Landmark College Institute for Research and Training in Putney, Vermont. I lectured nationally on the subject and wrote on the legal aspects of disabilities in higher education. I’m intimately familiar with the first-year legal curriculum as I’ve taught criminal law and ran the academic skills center. I also taught Evidence Labs, the simulated courtroom component of the evidence class.