On March 27th-28th, William & Mary Law School will host Congressman Rob Wittman and other policymakers, experts, and advocates for a discussion of current and future challenges to Virginia's water quality.
U.S. News and World Report recently released its 2016 rankings of graduate programs in education, law medicine, engineering and business.
Four members of the W&M community will have key roles in a day-long global issues forum highlighted by a discussion with Britain's Prince Charles.
The Election Law Program, a joint program of the Law School and the National Center for State Courts, announced a new initiative to develop State Election Law eBenchbooks to assist courts adjudicating election matters.
British Muslim human rights activist Sarah Khan delivered a lecture as the 2015 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence.
Justice John Charles Thomas recently spoke to the Mediation Society as the final lecturer in the Science of Persuasion Speaker Series.
On Feb. 13, Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law James G. Dwyer delivered the 2014-2015 St. George Tucker Lecture, "The Special Rights Fallacy: How Rights Enactments for Vulnerable Groups Can Actually Make Them Worse Off."
On Feb. 12, Paul Verkuil, chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States, and William & Mary president emeritus, gave his audience a primer on the agency.
On March 4, 2015 the William & Mary Law School Scholarship Repository hit another milestone, breaking 10,000 items.
Fourteen legal professionals are currently scholars-in-residence at the Law School.
Six third-year students completed externships in Washington in Fall 2014. The new D.C. program builds on the Law School's highly successful externship program that has been in place for many years.
The Law School's Lewis B. Puller, Jr. Veterans Benefits Clinic is slated to receive $245,000 in funding from the Commonwealth of Virginia in FY2015/16 through the state budget passed by the Virginia General Assembly last week. This legislation is now before Governor McAuliffe for his approval.
UN Special Expert David J. Scheffer delivered a speech, "What is 'Extraordinary' About International Justice in Cambodia," on Feb. 25 at the Law School. Includes links to text of speech.
The annual Alumni Mock Interview Program for 1Ls, held this year on January 30 in collaboration with the Legal Practice Program, is designed to ensure students are prepared for their summer job searches and beyond.
Angela Ciccolo recently gave a lecture entitled "You Can Change the World," detailing how a lawyer’s work can be a force of change in the world.
In August 2013 a three-judge Special Committee appointed Bellin as Special Counsel to investigate a misconduct complaint filed against a prominent federal judge.
Sara Khan, director of Inspire, a women's human rights and counter-terrorism organization which seeks to address inequalities facing British Muslim women, is the 2015 Kraemer Middle East Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence. She will give two lectures in March. Both are free and the public is welcome.
The 9th Annual Election Law Symposium will feature nationally prominent election attorneys, voting rights advocates, and a former Texas Solicitor General.
This month, nearly two-dozen of the most prominent criminal procedure scholars in the nation will convene at William & Mary Law School to discuss the future of plea bargaining in the United States.
PSF is calling on alumni, faculty, students, and friends for donations for this year’s Auction.
On February 5 at 6:30 p.m. Constitutional Conversations will celebrate its five-year anniversary with a panel discussion at the Williamsburg Regional Library.
William & Mary Law School Professor Alan J. Meese has joined an amicus brief with 14 other antitrust scholars in O'Bannon v. NCAA.