May 14 letter urges Senate colleagues to consult guide created by Puller Veterans Benefits Clinic to learn how to establish pro bono programs at law schools in their states.
Alumna Judy Conti, co-founder of the Employment Justice Center, was honored for demonstrating outstanding citizenship and leadership in her life and work.
Alumnus Chris Rey, the mayor of Spring Lake, N.C., received the award for his outstanding commitment to public service.
The Walter L. Williams, Jr., Memorial Teaching Award is given by each graduating class to a member of the faculty in recognition of outstanding teaching.
This award is given each year to a member, or members, of the faculty or staff who have demonstrated character, leadership, and a spirit of selfless service to the Law School community.
The W&M Law School Association awards the honor each year to a member of the graduating class who exhibits the ideals of, and commitment to, distinguished public service as exemplified by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall (1908-1993).