Office of the Vermont Attorney General

In The Community

Since taking office in 2017, Attorney General T.J. Donovan has encouraged his team to engage in wider Vermont community by providing education, legal assistance and guidance on the law to Vermonters.

“I want the Attorney General’s Office to be ‘the People’s Law Firm’” said Attorney General T.J. Donovan. “You’re going to see us out in our community – meeting, teaching and helping the people we serve.”

From the launch of “AGO in the Community” the Attorney General’s Office has done everything from start the first “Lawyers Fighting Hunger Food Drive” in Vermont, to providing legal services to new Americans, to running workshops for seniors on how to spot scams. Below is a list of some of the Attorney General’s Office Community Events.

In The Community

Helping seniors identify scams

As part II of a quarterly series of presentations at Mad River Valley Senior Center Assistant Attorneys General from the Attorney...

May 10, 2017

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In The Community

Community Initiative Regarding Careers in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement

Members of the Attorney General’s Criminal Division launched an initiative to inform Vermont’s youth about criminal justice and law...

April 28, 2017

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In The Community

Community Initiative at Mad River Valley Senior Center

Lawyers from the Attorney General’s Human Services and Civil Divisions presented a plain language guide to judicial processes and legal...

March 8, 2017

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