Bernard D. Lambek

Bernard D. Lambek


After a five-year career as an elementary school teacher, Bernie Lambek attended Yale Law School. He then served as law clerk for two years at the Vermont Supreme Court in Montpelier, followed by two years as law clerk to the late Judge Fred I. Parker of the United States District Court in Burlington. After joining this firm in 1992, Mr. Lambek took a year's leave in 1994-95 to serve as Judge Parker's law clerk on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. Lambek currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont, as well as the Green Mountain Film Festival.

Mr. Lambek is the recipient of the ACLU - Vermont Cooperating Attorney Award for 2012.  He is the author of the novel Uncivil Liberties, a legal mystery set in Montpelier.  He has been awarded the highest Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell.  

Practice Areas

  • Labor and employment

  • Education law

  • Commercial Litigation

  • Civil rights

  • Municipal law