The William & Mary News recently interviewed Hanson Professor of Law Davison Douglas about his new book on northern school segregation.
The annual Thanksgiving Basket Contest sponsored by the Black Law Students Association came to a close on Nov. 21 and benefited area families in need.
Cutler Professor Jayne W. Barnard, Professor Emeritus John E. Donaldson, Judge Walter S. Felton, and Chancellor Professor Fredric I. Lederer will contribute to "The Commission on Courts in the 21st Century - To Benefit All, to Exclude None."
The Law School's Property Rights Project has honored University of Chicago Law Professor Richard A. Epstein with the 2005 Brigham-Kanner Prize.
The Election Law Program at William & Mary Law School, established in 2005 in collaboration with the National Center for State Courts, will help state judges, at every level, deal more effectively with election-related disputes.
Third-year law student Nick DePalma was awarded Best Overall Advocate award and the William & Mary Trial Team finished as a semi-finalist in the highly competitive Michigan State Trial Tournament earlier this month.
Christie S. Warren receives the Law School's 2005-06 St. George Tucker Adjunct Professorship Award.
Adjunct Professor of Law Martin Silfen shares expertise in entertainment law with students and practitioners in Argentina.
Mason Wann of Tulane University Law School is one of five law students spending fall semester here.
Lee Professor of Law William W. Van Alstyne delivers College's Sept. 16 Constitution Day Lecture.
William & Mary law professors' thoughts on the late chief justice.
Charles F. Hobson, editor of The Papers of John Marshall and resident scholar at the William & Mary Law School, will present a lecture, "Keeping Company with Chief Justice Marshall," at the Law School.
School honors members of graduating class on Saturday, May 14. In addition, Dennis C. Hensley '70, was inducted as an honorary member of Order of the Coif. The Law School hosted its annual awards ceremony at the Kimball Theater in Colonial Williamsburg on Saturday afternoon, May 14, 2005.
Donald G. Owens, a 1971 alumnus of the Law School, received the Citizen Lawyer Award at the Law School's May 15 commencement exercises.
Former senator and vice presidential candidate John Edwards urged the audience at the Law School's May 15 commencement exercises to focus on eradicating poverty in America.
Funding from Equal Justice Works will help fund summer public interest law internships for Lisa Purdy '07 and Megan B. Riley '06.
As a child and young adult, Anne Sommers lived with a painful, deteriorating hip condition. Today, this 24-year-old law student is setting powerlifting records.
Michael Stein, a member of the Law School faculty since 2000, was recently promoted to professor and awarded tenure.
Yuval Rubinstein '05 will spend a year studying law at the University of London.
With the assistance of cutting-edge courtroom technology tested at the Courtroom 21 Project at the William & Mary Law School, international abduction cases are finally being resolved.
Over two hundred William & Mary students, faculty, administrators, and staff participated in a 5K race on March 19 to support the campus's Bone Marrow Drive.
Linda Malone, an expert in human rights law and professor at the William & Mary Law School, recently spoke with the William & Mary News about the Special Iraqi Tribunal and the role her students will play in the trial of Saddam Hussein.
Two professional schools at the College of William & Mary improved their ranking among the nation's best, according to the U.S. News & World Report survey of graduate programs and professional schools.
The Courtroom 21 Project has developed and will test this Saturday a cutting-edge technological solution to help courts in different nations to jointly resolve many of the difficult international child abduction cases that take place every year.
Professor Christie Warren's Islamic Law Seminar has gained a tremendous amount of popularity in it's first semester offered at the Law School.
The Law School has established a Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), honoring Professor Emeritus John Levy, making the choice of public service for its law graduates more viable.
Eric A. Kades, Professor of Law, is one of five College faculty profiled in an article titled “The Professors: Leading Students Down the Academic Road,” William and Mary Alumni Magazine, Winter 2004/2005.
Tamara Sonn, the College's Kenan Professor of Humanities in the department of religious studies, gave a recent lecture at the Law School on Islamic Law.
As part of the Campaign for William & Mary, Mrs. Anne Steuart "Stu" Gantt Wilson is building on her husband's legacy by establishing a charitable remainder trust in support of two endowments supporting student athletes and students at the Law School.
Alan J. Meese, William and Mary Ball Professor of Law, has been appointed Senior Advisor to the Antitrust Modernization Commission.
On Thursday, January 20, 2005, students, faulty and staff gathered to hear Professor Dave Douglas talk about George Wythe's concept of legal education for the then, young Nation. Dean Reveley then spoke about how William & Mary is creating citizen lawyers for the 21st Century. The following is a summary of the talks of Professor Douglas and Dean Reveley.
A trial team from the Law School has advanced to the National Trial Competition next month in San Antonio, Texas.
International guests given an overview of the Law School's curriculum, the American legal system, and Courtroom 21 technology.