The private Ivy in New Hampshire has appointed Sean Nolon to serve as its next Ombudsperson. Nolon is a professor of law and director of the dispute resolution program at Vermont Law School. “We are delighted to have Sean as our new ombudsman,” said Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon. Nolon will start May 4 and is expected to serve only college staff on a part-time basis.
Nolon earned his BA from Cornell University in 1992 and a JD from Pace University School of Law in 1997. He was a litigator at Melito & Adolfsen in New York City and served as director of the Land Use Law Center at Pace before joining Vermont Law School in 2008. His teaching and scholarship focus on negotiation, community mediation, and public policy dispute resolution. (Dartmouth Now.)
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