William & Mary Law School was thrilled to host our second African-American Alumni Weekend on February 23-25, 2018. We hope that attendees of the African-American Alumni Weekend enjoyed reconnecting with classmates, meeting graduates who walked the halls of Marshall-Wythe before or after you, and speaking with current students who can tell you about life at Marshall-Wythe today. The three-day program marked the 64th anniversary of the graduation of Edward Augustus Travis, B.C.L. '54, the first African-American to graduate from William & Mary.
Highlights included keynote speakers: The Honorable Carla Archi '95, Chief Judge Roger Gregory, Harold R (Bob) Wise, Jr. and Oliver Hill, Jr.
Thank you to all who participated in an amazing weekend and thank you to the committee members who hard work and dedication help make this weekend possible. We look forward to another celebration in the future.
Co-Chairs: Latoya Asia '09 and Barbara L. Johnson '84
Committee: Reginald M. Barley (Reggie) '77, Beth Hopkins '77, Megan Tumi Jackson '08, Earl G. Pinto '00, C. Ezekiel Ross (Zeke) '03, Courtney M. Malveaux '02, Mary Pickard '17, Jimmy Robinson '98, Willie Wilson '17, Brian Woolfolk '97