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.
William & Mary Law School ranks number two on the list of the Top 10 Military Friendly® Graduate Schools for 2020-21 that was released in February and will be published in the May edition of G.I. Jobs magazine. It is the only law school among this year's Top 10.
The Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) and William & Mary Law School have announced that the new, interdisciplinary seminar “Cyber & Information Security Essentials” is now in full swing.
Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, will deliver the commencement address at William & Mary Law School’s graduation which will be held in the university’s Kaplan Arena at 8:15 a.m. on Sunday, May 17. During the event, the school will award degrees to approximately 220 students in the J.D. and LL.M. programs.
The William & Mary Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice held its annual symposium entitled “First Amendment Marketplace Morass: Free Speech Jurisprudence and Its Interactions with Social Justice.”
Professor Danielle K. Citron of Boston University School of Law presented William & Mary Law School’s Annual George Wythe Lecture on Monday, March 2, examining the booming business of surveillance and online privacy.
William & Mary Law School hosted its fifth Marshall-Wythe Lecture in Legal History during a two-day visit this spring from Professor James Q. Whitman of Yale University.
The Law School’s alumni and friends already have contributed more than $83 million in cash, gifts, pledges and bequests during the university-wide For the Bold campaign.
The William & Mary ADR team was the first all-female team to advance to the quarter finals of the 13th Annual Tulane International Baseball Arbitration Competition.
The Law School Association is seeking nominations for graduation awards and new members of its board.
The Pennys are leaving a legacy at William & Mary Law School and the Raymond A. Mason School of Business through their estate plans, and have named each school as a beneficiary of their retirement plans.
On February 16, nine teams competed in the inaugural William & Mary Law School Transactional Law Tournament hosted by the Transactional Law Team.
Professor Lynda Butler, who is retiring at the end of this academic year, has amassed some impressive stats over her career at William & Mary.
Professors Darian M. Ibrahim and Kevin S. Haeberle have both had articles selected for republication in the Securities Law Review, which typically selects the top eight to ten articles of the year in the securities area, as determined by its editors.
W&M Law School's BLSA chapter opened Black History Month this year with a symposium of experts examining "Social Activism and the Law.”
Four recent arguments and one pending argument have made for a busy fall and winter at William & Mary Law School’s Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic.
Eight William & Mary Law School students traveled to Nashville last month to attend the 37th Annual Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation Conference hosted by the American Law Institute’s Continuing Legal Education (ALI-CLE) program on January 23-25.
A Q&A with William & Mary Law School alumnus Joe Grogan '00. He is Assistant to the President and Director of the Domestic Policy Council. He previously served in the Office of Management and Budget as Associate Director, Health Programs.
Dean Davison M. Douglas recently announced that Katey M. Howerton will serve as Interim Associate Dean of the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at William & Mary Law School. Dean Howerton previously served as the office’s Senior Assistant Dean.
William & Mary Law School announces the appointment of Iria Giuffrida as Professor of the Practice of Law. She will continue to serve as Deputy Director of the Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT), where, since July 2017, she has been leading its research efforts into the legal issues related to artificial intelligence, the Internet-of-Things, data analytics and associated technologies.
Tara Leigh Grove, the Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Professor of Law at William & Mary, recently delivered the 2020 Blackstone Lecture.
Prof. Thomas J. McSweeney's first book, Priests of the Law, offers a new understanding of the early history of the common law, the history of Roman and canon law, and the history of the legal profession.
International students from around the world will learn global legal practice at the Law School in summer 2020