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Schools Offering Law Programs in Vermont

Around 1.0% of Vermont's graduates graduate from law degree programs every year. That means an estimated 172 law professionals graduate from Vermont's 7 law schools each year.

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Norwich University, which was ranked 41st nationwide in 2010, is the top-ranked school in Vermont that has a law program. It is located in Northfield. 105 students graduated with a degree in law from Norwich University in 2010. Tuition at Norwich University was $28,738 per year.

The second-ranked school in Vermont that has a law program is Castleton State College. Castleton State College, which was ranked 44th in the country in 2010, is located in Castleton. 13 students graduated with degree in law from Castleton State College in 2010. Tuition at Castleton State College was $9,096 per year.

The third-ranked school in Vermont that has a law program is Southern Vermont College. Southern Vermont College, which was ranked 46th in the country in 2010, is located in Bennington. In 2010, Southern Vermont College graduated 5 students from its law programs. Students at Southern Vermont College paid $19,655 per year in tuition fees.


If you are hoping to attend one of Vermont's law schools, you can expect to pay an average tuition of $18,493 per year, though tuition can range from $28,738 per year to $5,020 per year. In 2010, the law schools that charged the highest tuition rates in Vermont were:

  1. Norwich University - located in Northfield, students are charged $28,738 per year
  2. Champlain College - located in Burlington, students are charged $27,180 per year
  3. Burlington College - located in Burlington, students are charged $21,465 per year

The following Vermont law schools had the lowest tuition rates:

  1. Community College of Vermont - located in Montpelier, students are charged $5,020 per year
  2. Castleton State College - located in Castleton, students are charged $9,096 per year
  3. College of St Joseph - located in Rutland, students are charged $18,300 per year

A law degree from a Vermont school... what next?

Police officer, court clerk, paralegal, police detective, and legal assistant are the professions of choice for a majority of law graduates in Vermont. In 2010, there were 4,050 law professional working in Vermont, including 1,120 lawyers, 1,240 police officers, and 630 court clerks. In Vermont, the largest numbers of law professional work in the following counties:

  1. Addison County - 2,730 law professionals
  2. Caledonia County - 1,070 law professionals

Projected Growth

The government projects that the number of law professionals in Vermont will grow by 11%. By 2018, there will be an estimated 6,030 law professionals working in Vermont. The greatest growth for law professional is predicted to be amongst Paralegals, who are expected to increase by 25% by 2018.


law professionals in Vermont make an average of $53,775 per year. However, this number is only an average. Law professional in Vermont had varying salaries from $26,250 to $135,170 per year in 2010. On average law professional earn the most in the following Vermont counties:

  1. Addison County - $57,755 per year
  2. Caledonia County - $48,487 per year

The following counties in Vermont have the lowest average salaries for law professional:

  1. Caledonia County - $48,487 per year
  2. Addison County - $57,755 per year

On average, the highest paid law professionals in Vermont were:

  1. Lawyer - $92,930 per year
  2. Police Detective - $73,660 per year
  3. Police Officer - $43,220 per year

On average, the lowest paid law professionals in Vermont were:

  1. Legal Assistant - $36,790 per year
  2. Court Clerk - $33,470 per year

More Information

For more data regarding a career in law in Vermont and to compare salaries with various related fields such as forensic accounting or public administration, take a look at the graphs and charts below.

Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.

  • Associate's Degree in Law in Vermont
  • Bachelor's Degree in Law in Vermont
  • Master's Degree in Law in Vermont

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Rank Profession Employment Number Avg Salary Job Growth (past 5 yrs)
Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers 1,240 $43,220 0.8%
Lawyers 1,120 $92,930 6.7%
Paralegals and Legal Assistants 640 $42,580 45.5%
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks 630 $33,470 8.6%
Detectives and Criminal Investigators 240 $73,660 100.0%
Legal Secretaries 180 $36,790 -66.7%

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