The Vermont Cynic

Vermont attorney general helps lead hands-on class

A worker at the Vermont Consumer Assistance Program takes a call Jan. 18. Students can work for CAP by mediating disputes between businesses and consumers, spreading information about scams in the Vermont area, for class credit.

Cullen Paradis and Sophia Venturo

January 25, 2019

The Vermont Consumer Assistance Program, based at UVM, gives students a chance to work directly with economic law in Vermont. Since its creation in 1981 as a resource for consumers and understaffed legislators, CAP has worked closely with the University and students to handle conflicts between consum...

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