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The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown: Effects of Immigration Reform
Friday, November 1
10am - 5pm
Law School
Come listen to varying perspectives of the current immigration system and possible implications of comprehensive immigration reform.
    William & Mary's First Sustainability Summit
    Saturday, November 2
    9:30am - 4pm
    Alan B. Miller Hall, Brinkley Commons
    The Sustainability Summit will bring together groups and departments across campus that are involved in environmental initiatives for a day of panels and workshops. This event will improve communication and foster new partnerships for a sustainable W&M.
      Meeting of the Alumni Association Board of Directors for William & Mary Law School
      Friday, November 8
      9am - 2pm
      Law School
      The Alumni Association Board will meet at the Law School on November 8, 2013
        Decadal level sea-level forecasting: Do we need it and can we do it?
        Friday, November 8
        3:30pm
        VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium
        Professor Han-Peter Plag of Old Dominion University will explore issues related to long-term forecasts of sea level.
          Interviews with inmates at VPRJ
          Saturday, November 9
          All day
          Location not specified
          To celebrate the National Day of Listening, we're visiting the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail to speak with inmates.
            Symposium on Race and the Law in America
            Saturday, November 9
            9am - 1pm
            Law School
            The W&M Law School's Black Law Students Association will present a symposium on "Race and the Law in America" on Saturday, Nov. 9. Panel 1, 9AM, The Socio-Historical Dimensions of Race and Law; Panel 2, 11AM, The Affirmative Action Debate. Free.
              Election Law War Stories
              Tuesday, November 12
              12:50pm - 1:55pm
              Law School, Room 127
              Ben Ginsberg, recognized as one of the most influential election law attorneys, Patton Boggs attorney, and William & Mary Election Law Program Advisory Board member, will deliver a lecture about his experiences as an election law attorney.
                Lunch with Susan Smith Blakely
                Tuesday, November 12
                1pm - 1:50pm
                Law School, Faculty Conference Room
                Author of "Friends at the Bar"
                  Prof. William Jacobson discusses Zimmerman trial
                  Wednesday, November 13
                  12:50pm - 2pm
                  Law School, Room 124
                  Prof. Jacobson (Cornell Law; blogs at Legal Insurrection) will discuss the George Zimmerman - Trayvon Martin trial, including the media coverage and miscoverage of the facts and law.
                    Constitutional Conversations
                    Thursday, November 14
                    6:30pm - 8:30pm
                    Williamsburg Library
                    Constitutional Conversations is the award-winning seven-month long examination of our nation's founding document.