The Law School's Virginia Coastal Policy Center has joined the newly launched State Resilience Partnership. This partnership brings together a network of 15 organizations — convened by the American Flood Coalition and The Pew Charitable Trusts — united by a commitment to support state leaders as they craft resilience strategies.
William & Mary Law School’s Moot Court team is ranked seventh in the nation according to new data compiled by the University of Houston Law Center.
Professor Allison Orr Larsen testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee (subcommittee on Federal Courts) on Tuesday, April 27 during a hearing involving “Supreme Court Fact-Finding and the Distortion of American Democracy.”
Jam Jamison and Charleigh Kondas of the Class of 2023 are building a strong network of fellow first-generation students, alumni and faculty with the First Generation Student Alliance.
Courtney Malveaux ’02 is making a difference for law school diversity with the creation of the Reaching Back Scholarship Endowment.
Sarina Faizy L.L.M. '21 is a human rights activist from Kanadahar who is about to receive her L.L.M. from William and Mary Law School.
This years Alumni Weekend may have been online, but the fun was real as 20 reunion classes gathered to catch up, celebrate, and support the Law School through their class gifts.
Congressman Robert C. “Bobby” Scott spoke about efforts to redress longstanding racial and economic inequality and systemic racism in the United States during a virtual conversation on April 8 with students, faculty, staff and other members of the local community.
At its annual symposium, the William & Mary Law Review hosted renowned scholars from around the world for a discussion of how advances in neuroscience can and should influence our constantly evolving legal system.
W&M Law’s ADR team of Katheryn Maldonado ’21 and Nick Armah ’21 won the 2021 ABA Law Student Division Client Counseling Competition in March.
Shakuan Smith, a first-year student at William & Mary Law School, was honored Wednesday evening as the 2021 Oliver W. Hill Scholarship recipient.
A profile of first-year student Andrea Macchiavello.
Danielle Makia ’19, co-founder of Pembe, a non-profit organization established earlier this year, is looking for volunteers from the William & Mary Law School alumni body to mentor promising students of African descent as they navigate the law school admissions process.
On February 10, the Center for the Study of Law and Markets hosted Professor Bruce Caldwell, a prominent economic historian at Duke University. Caldwell, who directs Duke’s Center for the History of Political Economy, delivered a lecture entitled: “ The Life and Contributions of F.A. Hayek.”
Professor Vicki Been of NYU Law School will receive the 2021 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize during the 18th annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference to be held on September 30-October 1, 2021.
Layla Abi-Falah '20, who devoted her law school career to serving human rights around the world, has been named this year's Drapers’ Scholar.
A scholarship for law students honors the first woman to graduate from the Law School.
Dean A. Benjamin Spencer shared a message with the Law School community on March 1 in which he shared the Board of Visitors' acknowledgment of the retirement of Lynda L. Butler and approved her designation as Chancellor Profession of Law, Emerita.
Professor Stacy Kern-Scheerer, Director of W&M Law School's Immigration Clinic, describes the Clinic's founding and mission of providing direct representation to immigrants in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia.
Emma McCarthy '20 came to W&M Law School because she wanted a set of tools that could help others with legal assistance when needed. She found that and more working with the Law School's new Immigration Clinic.
Melanie Dostis '21 reflects on her work with the Immigration Law Clinic.