First-year W&M law students touch many lives in the community through the 17th annual Thanksgiving Basket Competition, sponsored by BLSA.
Students in the Supreme Court Seminar, taught by Professor Neal Devins, spent two days in Washington, D.C., as part of the class. Liesel Zimmerman J.D. '18 blogged about the class's trip, including their visit to the Supreme Court.
Professor Rebecca Green, Co-Director of the Law School's Election Law Program, and Dr. Robert Rose, Director of William & Mary's Center for Geospatial Analysis (CGA) co-taught a new course this fall titled "Legislative Redistricting and Geographic Information Systems."
Following oral arguments, "Concurring Opinions," the "Volokh Conspiracy," and Reason magazine took note of a Harvard Law Review article by Professor James Y. Stern and Professor William Baude (Chicago).
Judge John Charles Thomas recently visited the Law School to talk with students about racial disparity on state and federal benches.
A Q&A with Leila Jacobson Noël, a 1983 graduate of the Law School, who is a partner at Cappello & Noël LLP in Santa Barbara, CA. She established the Gregory J. Mitchell J.D. '83 Scholarship Endowment to honor her classmate.