Three 1L students were recently announced as winners of the 2014 Kaufman & Canoles Writing Prize.
Three members of the William & Mary Law School faculty—James G. Dwyer, Michael S. Green, and Tara Leigh Grove--have received Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence this year.
William & Mary law students recently had a chance to learn about constitutions from two of the pre-eminent jurists of our time.
Michael M. Berger, a partner in the Los Angeles office of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, will receive the 2014 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize at the 11th annual conference on October 30-31 sponsored by the William & Mary Property Rights Project, the Law School announced today.
Professor Jeffrey Bellin presented a proposal drawn from his recent article, "eHearsay," at a recent symposium sponsored by the Federal Advisory Committee on the Rules of Evidence.
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner gave the keynote address at W&M Law School's "National Conference on Law Clinics Serving Veterans."
To cast your vote for nominees to the Association's Board of Directors, please submit a Nomination Proxy or attend the Annual Meeting on Friday, April 11, at 12:30 p.m.
The Law School and the Williamsburg Bar Association are teaming up for the "Revive My Vote" project.
Senator Mark Warner to give keynote address at 12:15PM on Thursday, April 3.
Albie Sachs, who rose from imprisoned freedom fighter to become a justice on South Africa's highest court, recounted his career in a talk on Sunday at Hennage Auditorium, an event co-sponsored by the Program in Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, the Reves Center for International Studies, and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
Susan Grover, a longtime professor at the Law School, has been named the university’s vice provost for academic and faculty affairs.
On February 26, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an opinion in Lawal v. McDonald in favor of the appellants, who are represented by the W&M Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic.
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia will deliver the commencement address at William & Mary Law School’s graduation ceremony on Sunday, May 11.
During the March 21 event, ELS presented two awards recognizing outstanding teaching and outstanding contributions.
William & Mary Law School hosted the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit on March 20.
Nathan Oman, Professor of Law and Tazewell Taylor Research Professor of Law at W&M, delivered the 2013-13 Blackstone Lecture.
W&M Law School’s Election Law Program hosted three distinguished practitioners of political and election law for the 2014 Election Law Symposium.
Professor Jayne Barnard was the lead organizer of an amicus curiae brief filed by 44 corporate and criminal law scholars in support of the petitioners in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius, cases pending before the Supreme Court.
In a brief written by Professor Adam Gershowitz, criminal procedure scholars argue that the Court should forbid warrantless cell phone searches and instead encourage police to preserve evidence by placing phones in Faraday bags or by wrapping them in aluminum foil.
Allison Davis '16 of the Election Law Society talked with nationally prominent campaign finance attorney Kenneth Gross in the video titled "Campaign Finance Primer: The Impact of McCutcheon on the States."
In the 2015 survey, released today, William & Mary Law School climbed nine spots to 24th - tied with the University of Washington. This is the highest rank ever given the country's oldest law school by the magazine, which began publishing an annual ranking of law schools in 1990.
The world is a classroom each summer for a growing number of W&M law students.
Haider Ala Hamoudi of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, the 2014 Kraemer Scholar-in-Residence, will present a lecture on March 13 at the Law School on "Islam in the Iraq Constitution." The event is free and open to the public.
Alumni gathered on Feb. 21-22 for the first African-American Law Alumni Celebration, an event that brought together nearly 70 African-American graduates from 31 classes.
The Constitutional Conversations program allows law students to indulge their interest in constitutional law and perform important work in the community at the same time.
Anna Killius, a 2013 graduate of the Law School, is working as a fellow for U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter of New Hampshire.
Election law is a major focus of Rebecca Green's teaching, scholarship, and work as co-director of William & Mary’s Election Law Program.
Professor Lynda L. Butler of William & Mary Law School recently delivered the 2013-14 St. George Tucker Lecture
The Election Law Program will convene leading election law practitioners, scholars, and politicians on February 21 for a program titled "Rethinking D.C. Representation in Congress."
On February 3, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued an opinion in Wall v. Wade in favor of the appellant, represented by the William & Mary Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic.
Professor Allison Orr Larsen has been recognized as an early career Rising Star among this year's recipients of Virginia's highest honor for faculty.
On Thursday, Jan. 16, Davison Douglas, the Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law and dean of William & Mary Law School, led a discussion with members of the Law School community in early observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Molly Ward, a 1987 graduate of William & Mary Law School, has been named secretary of natural resources by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe.
The clinic, a partnership between the Law School and the Center for Coastal Resources Management at W&M's Virginia Institute of Marine Science, allows students to integrate the latest science with legal and policy analysis to solve coastal resource management issues.
After several years designing fighter jets, Scott Lindvall '86 set a new career course in law. He credits his W&M legal education for launching his success.
Professor Adam Gershowitz uses "The Wire" to provide a window for students into a world in which the law is not always so neatly applied.