Thomas J. McSweeney is a Professor of Law at William & Mary Law School. His new book is entitled Priests of the Law: Roman Law and the Making of the Common Law’s First Professionals (Oxford University Press, 2020).
Professor Peter A. Alces discusses his new book entitled The Moral Conflict of Law and Neuroscience (University of Chicago Press, 2018).
A member of the faculty since August 2014, Professor Ibrahim's scholarly interests include corporate and securities law and their application to entrepreneurial activity.
A Q&A with Professor Angela Banks on her work-in-progress, "Sovereignty, Deference, and Deportation: Regulating the Power to Deport in the United States and Europe."
Professor Jayne Barnard has spent more than three decades working to advance the rights of the disenfranchised.
A Q&A with Professor Nancy Combs, author of a new book titled Fact-Finding Without Facts: The Uncertain Evidentiary Foundations of International Criminal Convictions (Cambridge University Press 2010).
A Conversation with Neal Devins, Goodrich Professor of Law, Professor of Government, Director, Institute of Bill of Rights Law and Director, Election Law Program
Jim Dwyer has dedicated his career to moving the field of family law in a child-centric direction.
Professor Green is the Robert E. and Elizabeth S. Scott Research Professor for 2010-2011.
After successful careers in publishing and as a practicing attorney, William & Mary Law School Professor Laura A. Heymann is now in the midst of a thriving academic career focusing on intellectual property.
Professor Alan Meese combines excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.
Cabell Research Professor of Law Tim Zick is a nationally-recognized expert on the First Amendment.