Fletcher B. Joslin (1912-2007)
Fletcher Baird Joslin graduated from the University of Vermont and earned his law degree from Boston University in 1938. He was admitted to the Vermont Bar in January 1939, and was a founding member of the Theriault & Joslin law firm in 1946 with his father-in-law, William N. Theriault. Mr. Joslin practiced law in Montpelier, Vermont for 53 years until limited vision forced his retirement in December 1992, but he remained Of Counsel with the firm until 2004. He died on February 13, 2007.
His two sons, Peter Baird Joslin and Fletcher Brian (Ted) Joslin, joined the firm in 1973 and 1975 respectively.
Reported cases: Campbell v. Heinrich Savelberg, Inc., 421 A.2d 1291 (Vt. 1980); Rae v. Green Mountain Boys Camp, 175 A.2d 800 (Vt. 1961); Jewell et al v. Olson Construction Co. et al., 175 A.2d 509 (Vt. 1961); Hartman v. Ouellette Plumbing & Heating, 507 A.2d 952 (Vt. 1985); Holmquist v. Mental Health Services, 420 A.2d 108 (Vt. 1980)