International Law Scholar Examines U.S. Immigration Policies
A Q&A with Professor Angela Banks on her work-in-progress, "Sovereignty, Deference, and Deportation: Regulating the Power to Deport in the United States and Europe."
A Conversation with Professor Jayne Barnard
Professor Jayne Barnard has spent more than three decades working to advance the rights of the disenfranchised.
A Conversation with Professor Lan Cao
Lan Cao is a renowned expert in international economic development and the role that cultural norms play in developing countries.
Combs Explores International Criminal Justice in the Absence of Facts
A Q&A with Professor Nancy Combs, author of a new book titled Fact-Finding Without Facts: The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions (Cambridge University Press 2010).
A Conversation with Professor Neal Devins
A Conversation with Neal Devins, Goodrich Professor of Law, Professor of Government, Director, Institute of Bill of Rights Law and Director, Election Law Program
A Conversation with Professor James Dwyer
Jim Dwyer has dedicated his career to moving the field of family law in a child-centric direction.
A Conversation with Michael Steven Green
Professor Green is the Robert E. and Elizabeth S. Scott Research Professor for 2010-2011.
A Conversation with Professor Laura A. Heymann
After successful careers in publishing and as a practicing attorney, William & Mary Law School Professor Laura A. Heymann is now in the midst of a thriving academic career focusing on intellectual property.
A Conversation with Professor Alan Meese
Professor Alan Meese combines excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.
A Conversation with Professor Timothy Zick
Cabell Research Professor of Law Tim Zick is a nationally-recognized expert on the First Amendment.