Afghans’ Long Road Ahead Through the Immigration System

The Immigration Clinic is staffed by a Faculty Director, Professor Stacy Kern-Scheerer, and a Supervising Attorney, J. Nicole Alanko ’18, who is placed at the Clinic as an Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow, a grant-funded fellowship program. They sat down to speak with us about the ongoing immigration challenges facing Afghans.

Leadership Boards: A Changing of the Guard

About 50 alumni lend their time and talents each year as members of our leadership boards to ensure that the Law School flourishes now and in the future. We thank these board members for their support and encouragement which has meant so much to our students, staff and faculty, particularly amid the challenges of the past year.

Alumni Weekend 2021
Law School’s Alumni Weekend a Virtual Success

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 Scott
Congressman Scott Outlines Path to Equality in Community Conversation

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.

Stacy Kern-Scheerer
The Immigration Clinic: Q&A with Director Stacy Kern-Scheerer

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.