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Jonathan R. Voegele

Associate
Hanover

t: 603.643.7918
f: 603.643.9010

jvoegele@bsfllp.com
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Areas of Practice

Litigation

Antitrust

Class Actions


Education

Vermont Law School, J.D., summa cum laude, 2012; Editor-in-Chief, Vermont Law Review; ALI-ABA Scholarship & Leadership Award

New York University, M.A., Politics, 2006

University of Chicago, A.B., Political Science, 2004; Minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures


Clerkships

Hon. Peter W. Hall, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, 2012-2013


Admissions

Massachusetts

Vermont

United States Court of Appeals: Second Circuit

*Not admitted in New Hampshire*

Jonathan Voegele's main practice areas include class actions, complex litigation, and antitrust.

During law school, Mr. Voegele served as Editor-in-Chief of the Vermont Law Review, captain of the National Moot Court team, and as a research associate for both the Environmental Tax Policy Institute and the Institute for Energy and the Environment.  He was a merit scholar and earned twelve AmJur awards for the highest grade in Federal Courts, Civil Procedure, Legal Writing, Advanced Appellate Advocacy, Corporate Finance, and Transnational Issues in Law & Practice, among others. Mr. Voegele was a summer associate in the Boston office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and a student clinician at the Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic at Vermont Law School.

Prior to law school, Jonathan served as a legal assistant to a cross-border transactions partner in a Washington, D.C. law firm.  He was also a research assistant at the Office of the New York State Attorney General and the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law.

Selected Professional Awards and Associations

American Bar Association
Vermont Bar Association
Federal Bar Council
Board of Directors, Vermont Law School Alumni Association

Publications

Taxation and Electricity Transmission: Bringing the U.S. Tax Code's Wind Energy onto the Grid, in Green Taxation and Environmental Stability: Critical Issues in Environmental Taxation, (L. Kreiser et al. eds., 2012). (Co-author, Emily Steinhilber)