Renee Staudinger Calabro
Renee received her Juris Doctorate from the Vermont Law School in 2012, where she focused on public interest law and organized the Equal Justice Foundation scholarship fundraiser for three years. She became a member of the Vermont Bar in 2013. Shortly thereafter Renee moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked for a small private firm, assisting in employment and family law matters. She returned to Vermont in 2015, and practiced collections litigation before joining Bauer Gravel Farnham in January, 2017. She is the Co-Chair of the Landlord/Tenant Section of the Vermont Bar Association.
Renee grew up in South Royalton, Vermont, and in her free time enjoys knitting, bicycling, and making handmade furniture with her husband using wood they mill from their property. She lives in Randolph Center with her husband Dan, daughter Ava, and their dog Budapest (Chief Canine Officer).
Areas of Practice:
Civil Litigation; Collections; Bankruptcy; Estates; Foreclosures; Landlord Tenant disputes; Probate; Property Disputes.
BA, Keene State College; JD, Vermont Law School
Vermont State Bar; District Court of Vermont