Tag Archives: Vermont

Capital: Montpelier
Nickname: The Green Mountain State
Inhabitants: 623,000
Largest city: Burlington
Airport: (BTV) Burlington International
Fun Fact: One of the best places to live according to Mart Smeets.
About Vermont
Much of the state of Vermont is occupied by the Green Mountains. It is not only the place where you can see the most beautiful autumn colors, also in the winter months nature is at its best. With cozy hotels, top museums and historic sites and overwhelming nature, Vermont is a state for both indoor and outdoor types. Vermont is also the home of Ben & Jerry’s sundaes and known for the ‘Old Sugar Maple’. A state where people still think according to the principle ‘small is beautiful’, because that is what the state is a bit. See mcat-test-centers for a list of 2-year colleges in Vermont including private technical schools and public community colleges within the state of Vermont.

Top Schools of Law in Vermont

We have created a 2019 ranking of the best colleges in Vermont that offer Law degrees to help you find a school that fits your needs. Each school’s ranking is based on the compilation of our data from reliable government sources, student surveys, college graduate interviews, and editorial review. In addition, you can view our… Read More »

Vermont Law School

Vermont Law School (VLS) was established in 1972 as the first independent law school in the United States. Located in South Royalton, Vermont, VLS was founded by a group of lawyers and educators who wanted to create a law school that would provide students with an education that emphasized public service and environmental law. The… Read More »

Brief History of Vermont

Population: 626.431 thousand people (2011) Area: 24923.0 sq. km The 14th state in the northeast of the United States is Vermont, which is located in the New England region. It is one of the smallest states in the country, with the capital city of Montpelier. The state became part of the country in 1791. The… Read More »