Professor Nathan B. Oman and Anna-Rose Mathieson of the California Appellate Group LLP wrote a brief signed by 21 scholars of law and Mormon history filed Thursday in the U.S. Supreme Court attacking President Trump’s ban on immigrants and refugees from six Muslim nations.
The Law School recently welcomed the J.D. Class of 2020, the LL.M. Class of 2018, and transfer and visiting students.
The PELE Clinic, along with Wrightslaw, hosted the 7th annual Institute for Special Education Advocacy (“ISEA”) on July 30 through August 4, 2017 at the Law School.
A group of Virginia law professors has filed a brief supporting a challenge to the General Assembly's 2011 legislative districts.
The Law School recently received a $5.2 million gift in honor of the late Judge R. William Arthur ’38, LL.D. ’40. The gift powered the Law School closer to its goal of raising $75 million during the For the Bold campaign. Gifts and commitments to the school topped $66.2 million since the start of the campaign, with $10.5 million raised in fiscal year 2017 alone.
Professor Paul Marcus was honored with the McGlothlin Award for Exceptional Teaching at William & Mary Law School’s May 14 Diploma Ceremony. The annual award was established in 2016 and is given to two outstanding educators from the Law School and Mason School of Business who have demonstrated sustained commitments to teaching.