William and Mary Law School

October 1, 2010

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A Conversation with Professor Alan Meese
During his 15 years on the Law School faculty, Professor Meese has enjoyed a reputation as a highly respected teacher and also has gained recognition as one of the nation's leading antitrust scholars.  Click here for story.


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Selected Recent Faculty Scholarship
The nation's top academic presses and leading law reviews are publishing new works by W&M law faculty.  Click here to view a .pdf of our Recent Faculty Scholarship brochure.


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Wolf Law Library Benefits from Honenberger Gift
New additions to the President's Collection of Art have a home in the Wolf Law Library thanks to the generosity of law alumni Christopher J. '77 and Sarah Collins Honenberger '78. Click here for story.


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Book Donation Sparks Partnership to Help Caribbean Children
A trip to a children's home in St. Kitts that needed books marked the beginning of an on-going partnership created by John ’72 and Brenda Scanelli to help provide school supplies to Caribbean children. Click here for story.


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W&M Law Review Article Details Results of Study Featured in NY Times
An article to be published in the December 2010 issue of the Law Review details the results of a study featured in a Sept. 30 New York Times story titled "Reports Say Deadline Hinders Asylum Seekers." Click here for story.


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John Tarley, Jr. '92 Receives St. George Tucker Adjunct Professorship Award
John Tarley, Jr. ’92 recently was honored with the award, in recognition of his outstanding service to the Legal Skills Program. “John is amazingly committed to his students and their professional success,” said Dean Davison M. Douglas. Click here for story.


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First Alvin P. Anderson '72 Scholars Honored
Two William & Mary students - law student Blake Christensen '12 and undergraduate business major Brittany Kidd '11 - were honored as TowneBank's first Alvin P. Anderson '72 Scholars on Aug. 25. Click here for story.


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Tamar Jones '11: Running for the Office of SBA President Was "One of the Best Decisions of My Law School Career"
Law school doesn't have to be all about heavy casebooks and late nights spent studying. Student Bar Association President Tamar Jones ‘11 has proven that there can be a lot more to the experience. Click here for story.


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Class of 2013 Tours Colonial Williamsburg, Learns About Law School’s Historic Roots
The annual tour helps 1Ls learn about the role that citizen lawyers such as Thomas Jefferson and George Wythe played in the Law School’s founding. Click here for story.


 

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Scholars, Advocates, Judges, and Journalists Share Insights about Court at 23rd Annual Supreme Court Preview
The Institute of Bill of Rights Law held its annual Supreme Court Preview on Sept. 24-25.   Distinguished experts from around the nation joined Law School faculty to discuss the Court's upcoming term. Click here for story.


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Meese v. Klarman
A standing room only crowd enjoyed ring-side seats at a Constitution Day debate on originalism. Click here for story.


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Upcoming  Law School Lectures and Conferences - Save the Dates!

Oct. 7: Citizen Lawyer Lecture: H. Stewart Dunn, Jr.
Oct. 16: CLCT’s Annual Laboratory Trial
Oct. 16: National Security Strategy and the Rule of Law
Oct. 22: Privacy, Democracy and Elections
Nov. 10 - 12: 56th Annual W&M Tax Conference

For more W&M Law Events, click here.


List a Job Opening, Schedule Employment Interviews
We encourage alumni to use the Employer Services page to schedule employment interviews on-campus, via Skype or video conference, or at an off-campus interview program; request resume collection; or list positions to which students and/or graduates can apply individually.


Career Services for Alumni
The Office of Career Services is happy to assist alumni who are seeking employment or pursuing new career opportunities. OCS offers a wide range of resources and can provide counseling via telephone or in person. Learn more about career services for graduates of the Law School.


Have You Changed Your Work or Home Address?
We want to stay in touch. You can update your contact information online by logging into the Alumni Directory and clicking on the link ("To update your own information"). Go to the online directory page.


The Marshall-Wythe E-News is published by the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at William & Mary Law School, P.O. Box 3527, Williamsburg, VA 23187-3527, tel: 757-221-3795.

Editor: Jaime Welch-Donahue
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Contributing Writers: Ami Dodson, Hughes Bates ’11, Rachel Ganong ’12, Ann Gaudreaux, Matt Kapuscinski ’11, Brian Kelley ’13, and Sarah Seufer ’13