Vermont Bar Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2 Fall 2015, Vol 41, No. 3 - Page 6

Interview with Jennifer Emens-Butler work with, which makes it possible for a busy practitioner to be president. But also the board has always been a great group of people who have unique ideas and who are always fun to bounce ideas off of. The meetings are always interesting because you feel that connection to all the Vermont practitioners and you feel that you are doing something worthwhile. I have been on different boards, where you just feel like you are not accomplishing anything¾I hate to say that, but it’s true. Sure it depends on how effective the director is, and how effective the board is, and what their specific charge is for what they are doing, but this b