The university honored Professor Marcus at commencement on May 12 with the Thomas Graves, Jr., Awad for Sustained Excellence in Teaching.
William & Mary Law School came in 14th among U.S. law schools in percentage of Class of 2017 graduates that secured full-time, long-term federal judicial clerkships, the school announced today.
William & Mary recognized Natalia Rezai, a graduating law student, with the Thatcher Prize for Excellence during commencement on May 12. The university awards the honor each year to a graduate or professional student who exemplifies outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
The Environmental Law Institute has chosen an article by Kristin McCarthy, a rising third-year student at William & Mary Law School, as the winner of its 2017-2018 Henry L. Diamond Constitutional Environmental Law Writing Competition, the Institute announced in a press release today.
William & Mary Law School’s Moot Court team is ranked tenth in the nation according to new data compiled by the University of Houston Law Center.
Can a music score created by artificial intelligence (AI) be copyrighted – in the U.S., Canada, or the European Union? Will there be civil or criminal jurisdiction for an act based in part on data transmitted via the Internet-of-Things (IoT)? These questions are just a few of the issues discussed during the spring semester in a new course, “Artificial Intelligence, Emerging Technologies, and Their Effects on the Legal Landscape.”