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1Ls! Get ready to vote for the "1L Professor of the Year" Inaugural Award! Honor Council will send out a link to vote at 8am on Monday, April 2nd, and voting will end at 8pm on Thursday, April 5th.
The winner will be announced Monday, April 9th!
The Joint Journal Committee will be hosting a Bluebook/Comment Writing Session Monday, April 2nd at 12:50 pm (Room 119). Representatives from each journal will discuss the structure of the comment, general grammar skills, and Bluebooking tips.
The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a guest lecture on April 2 on markets and altruism by University of Virginia School of Law Professor Julia D. Mahoney. Free admission and all are welcome.
The Honorable Pierre N. Leval will deliver the 2017-18 Mervis Lecture. He is a United States Circuit Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
Baxter/Ward Talk: Courts, Lawyers, and the Rule of Law in a Polarized Era, by Catherine Carroll
Join five engaging panelists, your friends from across the university, and residents of Williamsburg for this exciting town-gown event to address the key roles that diversity and inclusion play in our students' wellness. Reception to follow.
Have an idea that could reduce W&M greenhouse gas emissions or resource use, AND save money? Submit a proposal to the Green to Gold Fund! Need some guidance on your idea? We're here to help. For more information go to http://bit.ly/2eZFksc
Please join members of the Law School Community in a remembrance of Dean Jackson's life on Wednesday at the beginning of the lunch hour. Dean Douglas will be speaking, Law Capella will be preforming, and stories from the Memory Box will be shared.
Join the Law School community for the 14th Annual Ali's 5K Run/Walk in memory of Ali Kaplan and in support of the Law School's Bone Marrow Drive. Visit the registration site to learn more.
The Virginia Equality Bar Association (VEBA) will offer training for attorneys and law students who wish to volunteer at the clinic to be held at the National Center for State Courts. Hosted by the William & Mary law student Equality Alliance.
The Student Bar Association cordially invites you to this year's Barristers' Ball at the Williamsburg Lodge on Saturday, April 7th from 7pm to 12am.
Rational Basis [Food] $50.00
Intermediate [3 Drinks & Food] $65.00
Heightened [5 Drinks & Food] $75.00
Join the Federalist Society for a meeting on criminal justice reform in Virginia. Free Chick-Fil-A!
Please join ILS on March 27 during the lunch hour for a panel discussion on U.S. gun policy as compared to gun policies around the world. Noodles & Co. will be provided!
Join the Public Discourse Initiative on Wednesday, April 11, during the lunch hour (Room 124) as it hosts a discussion between Advocates for Life and If/When/How on the legal and policy issues surrounding abortion rights in America. LUNCH PROVIDED!
Join us for our final law school performance of the year!
Join for a discussion on administrative law. Free pizza!
The Dunn Civil Liberties Lecture Series is proud to host Geoffrey R. Stone, the Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago.
Timothy Jost, Emeritus Professor at the Washington and Lee School of Law, will talk about “The Business of Health Care in the Affordable Care Act World.” This event is free and open to the campus.
The William & Mary Election Law Program will host a unique symposium on April 19 aimed at expanding understanding of the role of courts in promoting election security. Registration is free. Join us!
Many events will be taking place in the lobby and across campus throughout the weekend. Thank you for your patience as we welcome back our alumni during this special weekend!
Complete event schedule: <http://law.wm.edu/alumni/reunion/2018classyears/reunion_weekend_schedule/index.php>
Join us for the dedication of the Lifetime Giving Wall in the Law School lobby to kick off Alumni Weekend!
Join us as we unveil the portrait of Professor Jayne Barnard, James Cutler Professor of Law, Emerita, to thank her for her years of service to William & Mary Law School. Wine and cheese reception to follow.
Professor Jim Duane of Regent University Law will be discussing "the Perils of Talking to the Police: What Every American Needs to Know About the 5th Amendment."
During this year's National Week of Conversation, join Eric Garrison (SoE '94 and Assistant Director, Health Promotion) for this conversation on what a campus-wide, top-down/botton-up realization of the Okanagan Charter would mean for our university.