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August 11, 2010

Open Seat On The Vermont Bar Foundation Board

Vermont Bar Foundation President Joseph Cahill announces an open “at large seat” on the Vermont Bar Foundation board. The VBF board will fill this seat with an attorney licensed by the State of Vermont and currently in active status. The term for this seat will expire September 2011.

President Cahill encourages applicants who are interested in improving access to justice in Vermont. “We invite you to consider serving with us as we work to fulfill the Vermont Bar Foundation’s goals.”

The Vermont Bar Foundation Vision

The Vermont Bar Foundation supports efforts to ensure that all Vermonters understand and have meaningful access to the justice system.

The Vermont Bar Foundation Mission

The Vermont Bar Foundation supports access to justice in Vermont by obtaining and distributing funds to programs that provide legal services to disadvantaged Vermonters or that educate the general public about the courts and legal matters.

The Vermont Bar Foundation Board Composition

Every attorney licensed in Vermont in active status and all serving judges are members of the Vermont Bar Foundation, and as such, are eligible to serve on the board.

The Vermont Bar Foundation Calendar

Currently, the board meets quarterly on the second Monday in February, May, August and November from 1-3 p.m. in Montpelier. Telephone attendance is always welcome.

Current Board Members

Current Grantees

If you would like to improve access to justice for your fellow Vermonters, please consider serving on the Vermont Bar Foundation Board.

Please contact any member of the board to find out what it is like to serve on the board.

Please send your resume or bio and a brief explanation of what you could bring to the Vermont Bar Foundation Board to Executive Director Debbie Bailey at   by September 15, 2010. Ms. Bailey is always available to answer questions by email and telephone (802-223-1400).

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