Anne Buttimer specializes in criminal procedure, criminal law, and courts. She is a cum laude graduate of Vermont Law School and a member of the Vermont Bar (inactive status).
She earned a BS (summa cum laude) in law enforcement from Northeastern University and an MA in criminal justice from Anna Maria College. Her past legal experience includes serving as a county and state prosecutor in Vermont. Now a full-time educator, she teaches in the School of Justice Studies and Sociology at Norwich University and part-time business and criminal justice courses at the Community College of Vermont.
A strong investigator, Buttimer previously worked as an FBI Special Agent, as the chief investigator for the U.S. government's John F. Kennedy Assassination Records Review Board, and as a licensed private investigator. In 2003, she traveled the globe for the U.S. Department of State, conducting counter-terrorism trainings at U.S. embassies and consulates. When not teaching, Buttimer can be found hiking in all of Vermont’s four seasons.
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