Third-year Law Student Matt Rosendahl has won a Burton Legal Writing Award for his Note , iTenant: How the Law Should Treat Rental Relationships in the Sharing Economy. Rosendahl’s Note was published earlier this year in the William & Mary Law Review.
"Office Hours" is the official podcast of the Law School featuring light but substantive conversations with prominent experts from the faculty as well as other notable contributors. The podcast is co-hosted by a William & Mary Law School student, Michaela Lieberman, and Professor Jeffrey Bellin.
Today’s guest is William & Mary President Taylor Reveley. Finishing out the last year of his ten-year term, President Reveley looks back over his career, discusses the state of higher education and William & Mary, and reveals his plans for the future.
Gifts in Dean Jackson's memory may made me made to fund a lighted flagpole and patio area to be located outside the entrance to the Hixon Center.
Members of the William & Mary community shared these thoughts following news of her death on February 27. If you have a remembrance that you would like to share on this site, please send it to the Law School via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Law.com featured a sneak peak at its 2018 list (full report to be released March 9).
The Law School opened its second African-American Law Alumni Celebration with the unveiling of a portrait of Edward Travis B.C.L. '54, the School's first African-American graduate.
Alumni gathered on Feb. 23-24 for the second African-American Law Alumni Celebration, a series of lunches, panels and dinners that fostered fellowship with classmates and forging ties with current students.
The 47th Annual William B. Spong, Jr. Invitational Tournament enjoyed an unprecedented level of success this year thanks to the efforts of Moot Court students, faculty, staff and volunteers.
Dean Jackson passed away on February 27. This is the text of her obituary. It also includes a link to the message sent by the Provost to the campus community on March 2.
Story from HeroSports.com about Paul Rowley, a 1L student and member of the Tribe basketball team.
On this episode, 3L Bill Bray discusses how six years pitching for the Cincinnati Reds and Washington Nationals prepares you for law school.
On February 27, faculty and students competed in the annual pie-eating contest, which provides financial support to bone marrow transplant patients.
Professor Peter A. Alces recently discussed his new book, which examines the conflict between the legal system and rapidly emerging neuroscientific research.
Breit, a veteran of more than 200 jury trials, has coached the Law School's National Trial Team through 14 seasons.
Several recent campus events explored issues around free speech.
This year's W&M Journal of Women and the Law's annual symposium looked at “Enhancing Women’s Effect on Law Enforcement in the Age of Police and Protest."
William & Mary Law School and the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia recently hosted a number of First Amendment experts at a symposium on "Speech, Protest, and the Role of State Actors."
William & Mary’s Board of Visitors today unanimously elected Katherine A. Rowe, currently provost of Smith College and a leader in digital innovation of the liberal arts, as the 28th president of the university. She will begin on July 1.
The College of William & Mary hosted an interactive forum about free speech on college and university campuses on January 25 at the Sadler Center. The program was co-sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs, the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, and the Student Assembly.
First-year law student Paul Rowley is a member of a select group: he is one of three first-year law students in the country playing Division 1 basketball. Read his Q&A in the National Law Journal.
Professor Evan J. Criddle of William & Mary Law School and Professor Evan Fox-Decent of McGill University Faculty of Law are among the scholars who recently received Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Insight Grants from the government of Canada. The grant will support a five-year research project on the cosmopolitan justice of international law.
In his new book from the University of Chicago Press, W&M Law Professor Peter A. Alces examines the conflict between the legal system and rapidly emerging neuroscientific research.
As part of its comprehensive LL.M. program, centered around both the doctrinal and practical knowledge of the U.S. legal system, the Law School offers its LL.M. students the opportunity to participate in introductory and advanced Lawyering Skills courses throughout two semesters.
At 25, Graham Bryant B.A. ’13, J.D. ‘16 becomes the youngest trustee ever named to the Ruritan National Foundation.
Professor Allison Orr Larsen on DACA: Its History, Legal Controversies, and What Lies Ahead
Professor Jeffrey Bellin has joined the ranks of authors on the prestigious Federal Practice and Procedure treatise published by Thomson Reuters. The treatise, commonly identified by the names of its original authors, "Wright & Miller," is regularly relied on by courts, practitioners, and scholars alike.
On January 12, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued a published opinion in Peña v. City of Rio Grande City, Texas in favor of Appellant Maria Peña, a client of the William & Mary Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic.
When you have a tall kid, you make them play basketball. It’s an unspoken parenting rule that Paul Rowley’s ’17, J.D. ’20 parents did not ignore.
Dave Johnson of the Daily Press talked to first-year law student Paul Rowley, a member of William & Mary's Tribe basketball team.
The Associated Press, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal were among the news outlets that turned to Professor Rebecca Green, co-director of the Election Law Program, for comment about recent developments concerning the House District 94 election in Virginia.
If confirmed by the New Jersey Senate in 2018, Grewal will be the first Sikh American to serve as a state attorney general in the United States.
Dominion Energy is helping veterans with a generous grant to the Law School's Puller Veterans Benefits Clinic in support of Military Mondays.
Following oral arguments, "Concurring Opinions," the "Volokh Conspiracy," and Reason magazine took note of a Harvard Law Review article by Professor James Y. Stern and Professor William Baude (Chicago).
Professor Rebecca Green, Co-Director of the Law School's Election Law Program, and Dr. Robert Rose, Director of William & Mary's Center for Geospatial Analysis (CGA) co-taught a new course this fall titled "Legislative Redistricting and Geographic Information Systems."