Vermont Law School

Vermont Law School appointed Gil Kujovich as vice dean for Academic Affairs. Kujovich replaced Vice Dean Stephanie Willbanks, who returned to full-time teaching and scholarship at VLS. The vice dean focuses on developing faculty potential in scholarship and teaching, while catalyzing the continuing evolution of legal education for students.

Since his arrival at VLS in the 1980s, Kujovich has taught Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, and Civil Rights. Prior to joining the VLS faculty, Professor Kujovich clerked for Supreme Court Justices Potter Stewart and Byron White, served as assistant to the first Secretary of Education Shirley Hufstedler, and was counsel to the Intelligence Oversight Board in President Jimmy Carter's White House.