McGlothlin Leadership Forum
Wednesday, October 3
2pm - 4pm
Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons Room
The Mason School of Business and the William & Mary Law School host the second annual McGlothlin Leadership Forum.
    W&M IGSL's Symposium on Reproductive Justice
    Saturday, October 6
    9am - 5pm
    Law School, Room 119
    Symposium on Reproductive Justice Saturday, October 6 William & Mary School of Law Room 119 Introductory Remarks Panel 1: The Right to or Not to Parent Lunch Keynote Speaker: Sybil Shainwald Panel 2: Today's Application of Roe v. Wade Reception
      Richard Hasen, The Voting Wars
      Tuesday, October 9
      12:50pm - 2pm
      Law School, Room 124
      Professor Richard Hasen of the University of California Irvine Law School will present a talk about election fraud and the 2012 elections based on his new book, The Voting Wars: From Florida 2000 to the Next Election Meltdown.
        Proportionality in Modern Warfare
        Tuesday, October 9
        1pm - 2pm
        Law School, Room 133
          Human Rights Campaign Legislative Counsel Ty Cobb
          Wednesday, October 10
          1pm - 2pm
          Law School, Room 141
          Co-sponsored by the Equality Alliance.
            Ninth Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference
            Thursday, October 11 - Friday, October 12
            6:30pm - 5:30pm
            Law School, Room 119
            Takes place at William & Mary Law School beginning October 11.
              Africana Studies Mellon Panel Series presents "Voter Suppression 2012: Jim Crow Lives"
              Thursday, October 18
              7pm - 9pm
              Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
              Thursday, October 18, 7-9pm Commonwealth Auditorium @ Sadler Center
                Rene Bowditch J.D. '82: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
                Monday, October 22
                12:50pm - 1:50pm
                Law School, Room 127
                Join our Law School alumna Rene Bowditch J.D. '82 for a lunch-time presentation (and Q&A) at the Law School about what you need to know to take charge of your breast health. Bowditch is co-founder of Beyond Boobs, Inc. Free and all are welcome.
                  Reviving the American Dream: A Discussion of the U.S. Economy
                  Monday, October 22
                  7pm
                  Alan B. Miller Hall (Business School), Brinkley Commons Room
                  Members of the top-ranked William & Mary Business faculty will be joined by the CFO of Bon Secours Richmond Health System for a discussion and analysis on the economic issues facing the U.S. economy and what happens next.
                    Red Flag Campaign: Wear Red Day
                    Tuesday, October 23
                    12am - 11:55pm
                    The Entire William & Mary Community
                    A one-day, campus-wide awareness program to encourage discussion on what constitutes a healthful (and healthy) relationship...and to give us the skills to stand up when we see red flags in a relationship.
                      Brown Bag with Professor Devins on DOMA co-sponsored by the Equality Alliance.
                      Wednesday, October 24
                      12:50pm - 1:50pm
                      Law School, Room 141
                      Professor Neal Devins is a Professor of Law at W&M Law School. He will be discussing the Defense of Marriage Act.
                        Mapping Moods and Markets
                        Wednesday, October 24
                        7pm - 9pm
                        Admission (Undergraduate), Sessions Room
                        Peter Atwater '83 will discuss how changes in social mood affect our decision making and the markets.
                          Jack Young, Electoral Conflict in Nigeria: Avoiding Violence through Mediation
                          Thursday, October 25
                          1pm
                          Law School, Room 141
                          Esteemed election law attorney and W&M adjunct professor Jack Young will share his expertise on international election dispute resolution during a lunch lecture on Thursday, October 25 at 1 p.m. in room 141.
                            Why Neighbors Kill Neighbors: The Political Origins of Anti-Jewish Violence
                            Thursday, October 25
                            6:30pm
                            Washington Hall, Room 201
                            Annual George Tayloe Ross Addresses on International Peace lecture. Delivered by Jeffrey Kopstein, University of Toronto. Part of the Reves International Affairs Lecture Series. Open to the public.
                              Rebecca Glenberg, ACLU: VA Legislative Counsel co-sponsored by Equality Alliance
                              Monday, October 29
                              1pm - 2pm
                              Law School, Room 141
                              Ms. Glenberg will be speaking about the Virginia Conscience Clause signed into law in May that allows private adoption agencies to discriminate between potential parents based on sexual orientation.