Undergraduate, graduate, and law students are performing in this year’s production of “A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant, and a Prayer." Proceeds from the performance benefit Avalon, the domestic violence shelter in Williamsburg.
A Q&A with immigration law expert Professor Angela M. Banks.
Breit, a veteran of more than 200 jury trials, has coached the Law School's National Trial Team through 13 seasons.
Carrie Mattingly, a third-year law student at William & Mary, argued the case with the support of Emily Hessler, also a third-year law student. Their classmates Melanie Lazor and Candace Wherry were primarily responsible for the briefing.
The dedication of the two-story, 12,000-square-foot center marked the culmination of a 16 -year building program, which has more than doubled the physical size of the school and also has included the addition of the North Wing and the Wolf Law Library.
Judge Peter F. Pontzer, a William & Mary Law School Class of 1989 graduate, was awarded the Carnegie Medal in December for his role in rescuing a teenager from drowning off the Outer Banks in North Carolina in July 2015.