Before the Supreme Court convened its 2016-17 term, legal scholars, judges, lawyers and legal journalists came to W&M Law School for the 29th Annual Supreme Court Preview.
Professor Grove was one of five outstanding young faculty members honored recently by the William & Mary Alumni Association.
Fourteen groups led by faculty comprised William & Mary Law School’s 1L Reading Group Program in fall 2016. Among the books chosen this year by participating faculty for discussion were “The Autobiography of an Execution” by David R. Dow, “Gideon’s Trumpet” by Anthony Lewis, and “Between the World and Me” by Ta-Nehisi Coates.
Professor Timothy Zick, the Mills E. Godwin Professor of Law, was among prominent experts quoted in a press release today announcing the launch of the Article 20 Network, a human rights organization based in New York “formed to defend and advance the right to Freedom of Assembly worldwide.”
On September, 2,the Law School's Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari in the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of Sai, an individual. Sai's petition presents the issue of whether orders denying appointment of counsel in civil cases should be immediately appealable under the collateral order doctrine.
Katie Lukish and Seroja Boyakhchian were honored as TowneBank's 2016 Alvin P. Anderson Scholars.