The Student Intellectual Property Society welcomed alumnus Jeffrey Ambroziak J.D. '98 on November 21 as he presented a talk detailing his journey to becoming the cartographer and inventor he is today.
William & Mary Law School Professor Alan J. Meese has joined an amicus brief with 14 other antitrust scholars in O'Bannon v. NCAA.
In his latest book, "The Cosmopolitan First Amendment: Protecting Transborder Expressive and Religious Liberties," Professor Timothy Zick invites readers to examine the First Amendment not in domestic places like public parks and streets, but at and beyond America's territorial borders.
David Garland '80 recently returned to W&M Law School to share advice on how law students can take charge of their careers.
William E. Hoffmann, Jr. '67, J.D. '77 visited campus for two days this fall as both a Dunn Fellow and a Williamson Fellow.
Students at William & Mary Law School set aside their studies on Friday, Nov. 21, to participate in the 14th annual Thanksgiving Basket Competition sponsored by the Black Law Students Association.