Dwyer, the Arthur B. Hanson Professor of Law at William & Mary, has been more than busy engaging in the usual research, thinking, and writing of a law professor. And he has newly authored books to show for it, one on child welfare policy and one on homeschooling.
Seven months after graduation, the Class of 2018 is getting some impressive jobs.
William & Mary Law Review recently hosted a symposium on “The Role of Courts in Politically Charged Moments.”
A report released by the National Sea Grant Law Center and attorneys in the Virginia, California, Georgia, and Rhode Island Sea Grant programs identifies the laws and policies impacting shellfish aquaculture operations at a local, state, and federal level.
A two-year captain on the Tribe men's basketball team, 2L Paul Rowley has been described by his coaches and teammates as the 'heart and soul' of the Tribe.
The W&M Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice held its annual Symposium on “Power and Identity Politics: The Intersections of Marginalization and Social, Economic, and Political Ascension.”