Organizations that Publish
Each year, nearly one-third of the upper-level students earn credit working on one of four student-edited journals. Through this experience, students learn about legal scholarship, develop their own writing skills and may have their note chosen for publication. Selection to the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, the William & Mary Business Law Review, the William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, the William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law, and the William and Mary Law Review is made through a joint journal competition held at the conclusion of the students' first full year of law school.
Not Wythe Standing (the News), the student newspaper, publishes news, feature stories, photographs, and editorials by members of the Law School community.