Before the Supreme Court convened its 2021-22 term, legal scholars, judges, lawyers and journalists came to W&M Law School for the Institute of Bill of Rights Law's 34th Annual Supreme Court Preview.
Judge John A. Gibney, Jr. received the 2021-22 St. George Tucker Adjunct Professor of Law Award for his service on behalf of students.
William & Mary Law School faculty are once again among the most cited in the country. W&M rose one spot to number 27, according to the latest Scholarly Impact of Law School Faculties study released on August 25.
The Immigration Clinic is staffed by a Faculty Director, Professor Stacy Kern-Scheerer, and a Supervising Attorney, J. Nicole Alanko ’18, who is placed at the Clinic as an Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow, a grant-funded fellowship program. They sat down to speak with us about the ongoing immigration challenges facing Afghans.
On July 13, William & Mary Law School’s Immigration Clinic received outstanding news: the Clinic has won its first asylum case.
Three W&M law professors, Jeffrey Bellin, Adam Gershowitz and Sarah R. Wasserman Rajec, have self-published recent casebooks because they want to offer their students high-quality texts at low prices.