Vermont Poverty Law Fellowship
Supporting exceptional young attorneys as they work to increase legal access for low-income Vermonters.
The Vermont Poverty Law Fellowship was launched in 2008. It is funded by generous contributions from more than 300 law firms, individual attorneys, corporations and organizations. The Fellowship provides two years of support to exceptional young attorneys who work to increase legal access for low-income Vermonters.
21/22 ATJ Campaign Donations to Date
Emily Kenyon, 2020-2022 Fellow
The Vermont Bar Foundation is proud to introduce Emily Kenyon, our new Poverty Law Fellow.
Previous Vermont Poverty Law FellowsJill Rudge
2018-2020 FellowMairead O'Reilly
2016-2018 FellowKatelyn Atwood
2014-2016 FellowJay Diaz
2012-2014 FellowJessica Radbord
2010-2012 FellowGrace Pazdan
Vermont Access to Justice Campaign
The Vermont Access to Justice Campaign Committee is a group of volunteers from around the state, led by a committee chair, who work together to raise funds for the Fellowship. To date, the ATJ Campaign Committee has raised more than $1,000,000.
- Bonnie Badgewick, Esq.
- Addison County – Will Vasiliou, Esq.
- Bennington County – Al Dean, Esq.
- Caledonia County,Essex & Orleans Counties –
- Chittenden County – Renee Mobbs, Esq. and David Scherr, Esq.
- Franklin & Grand Isle Counties – Harry Parker, Esq.
- Lamoille County –
- Rutland County – Erin Gallivan, Esq.
- Washington County – Gavin Boyles, Esq.
- Windham County – Kevin Rogers, Esq.
- Windsor/Orange Counties – Sarah North, Esq.
- Judges – Hon. Tom Carlson