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.
Charles F. Midkiff '70 was inducted as an honorary member of the Order of the Coif during William & Mary Law School's Awards Ceremony on May 11.
Prof. James G. Dwyer appeared on the Canadian Broadcast Corporation Radio One's "The Current" to discuss a prison program that allowed mothers to keep their children with them behind bars.
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.
W&M Chancellor Robert M. Gates, a 1965 graduate of the College, gave the address at the Class of 2013 Diploma Ceremony.