On February 16, nine teams competed in the inaugural William & Mary Law School Transactional Law Tournament hosted by the Transactional Law Team.
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
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center's seventh annual conference examined resilience efforts being undertaken in other coastal states, how the banking industry is funding resilience efforts, and how the private sector is partnering in resilience.
Prof. Timothy Zick's new book examines the growing number of First Amendment controversies in the past three years and connects present concerns to episodes throughout American history.