W&M Law School turned to technology to teach students from afar to ensure the health and safety of both the law community and the general public during spring semester.
Mike Ende, the Associate Dean of Career Services, and Sherri Donson, supervisor of Starbucks Coffee in the Law School’s Zime Café, have been honored for their outstanding service to the Law School.
Ronald Rosenberg, Chancellor Professor of Law Emeritus, has retired from William & Mary Law School with nearly 40 years of dedicated service.
Each year, the Law School, law faculty, and Law School Association present special awards at the diploma ceremony to members of the graduating class in recognition of professional promise, exceptional service and distinguished pro bono work.
William & Mary Law School moved up eight spots in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings of the nation’s law schools released on March 17, coming in at number 31 in a tie with five other schools.
The award recognizes an outstanding student in graduate or professional study, and is selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character and service.