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The Immigration Law & Service Society will be having our interest meeting this coming Tuesday, October 1st in Room 133 during the lunch hour!
The Strategic Planning Steering Committee will present drafts of the university’s mission and values statements.
Karin Olofsdotter, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States, is delivering the 2019 McSwain-Walker lecture.
The annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference is presented by the William & Mary Property Rights Project and is named in recognition of Toby Prince Brigham and Gideon Kanner for their lifetime contributions to private property rights.
Interested in a JAG internship? Come to room 133 and hear from students who have held such internships. Opportunities with all five branches will be addressed. Pizza will be provided.
Business Law Society and Dean Ende will discuss William & Mary's dual JD/MBA program. Lunch will be served!
Featuring Michael Steele (former RNC Chairman & Lt. Gov. of MD) and Saul Anuzis (former Chair of the Michigan Republican Party)
Join Advocates for Life to watch Unplanned - the story of former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson. All are welcome! Pizza and popcorn will be provided!
First Amendment Watch, ConSource, and the John Brademas Center at New York University will co-host a panel discussion on "Hate Speech on Social Media.” A book signing by Professor Timothy Zick will immediately follow. RSVP on website.
John Marshall Professor of Government and Citizenship Timothy Zick will discuss his new book "The First Amendment in the Trump Era" and sign copies at Politics & Prose Bookstore at Union Market in Washington, D.C.
Please join us for a panel discussion about Native American Voting.
Mr. White will be speaking to the Federalist Society regarding the question of whether courts should practice judicial restraint in reviewing the actions of the political branches.
Professor William N. Eskridge, Jr., of Yale Law School will present William & Mary's 2019 Cutler Lecture titled “Why Marriage Equality Prevailed—and Lessons for Other Social Movements.”
Join the Human Security Law Center in welcoming Arthur R. Traldi for a discussion on Mass Atrocity Trials. Mr. Traldi will speak from his extensive experience in international justice and law in Room 124. There will be pizza!
Sarah Barringer Gordon, Arlin M. Adams Professor of Law and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, will present a lecture, “Staying in Place: Church Property and the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church after the Civil War."
Join Professor William Eskridge of Yale Law School for a discussion of whether federal antidiscrimination law prohibits workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and transgender status. Sponsored by the Equality Alliance.
The Omohundro Institute will host a symposium exploring Anglo-American jurisprudence and professional legal training in early America. To be followed immediately by 4:30 plenary session on books and the making of early Virginia law.
A discussion featuring Warren M. Billings (University of New Orleans), Davison M. Douglas (William & Mary Law School), Mitchell Frass (University of Pennsylvania) and Karin Wulf (Omohundro Institute). Free; RSVP to reserve your seat.
Please join us October 19th during Homecoming weekend to celebrate five years of advocacy, support, and empowerment and celebrate the extraordinary contribution to current and past volunteers to campus. Refreshments served.
Come hear a panel of four experts discuss human trafficking in the Hampton Roads area and ways that we, as a community, can work to combat it! Food will be provided! All students, faculty and staff are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Our own Cassi Fritzius will be speaking on the importance of breast cancer awareness. Join SBA and WLS in wearing Pink on the 22nd to show your support! Lunch will be served.
Interested at all in learning more about in-house work? Join BLS and OCS for a panel discussion next Tuesday the 22nd with various in-house attorneys! Lunch will be served.
A panel, led by the Virginia General Assembly’s Foster Care Caucus Chairs, will discuss next steps for the Virginia General Assembly to address the pressing foster care related issues that affect our state's most vulnerable youth.
Great event for students to take a break! There will be free flu shots, fun and friendly dogs, chair massage, free food samples, and more along with a screening for depression, anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD.
A panel and discussion on your rights when it comes to you and law enforcement when you are in your vehicle, in your home, or in public.
Hosted with the Office of Health Promotion at William & Mary.
ILSS will be hosting a bake sale the last week of October (the 28-30) to raise money for local refugees. Everything will be $1, so stop by and pick up some delicious baked goods! We will be in the lobby from 11:00am-2:00pm each day.
Stanley Brand will be discussing the scope of Congress' ability to investigate the President, focusing on recent investigations into President Trump and the Mueller Report.
The Law School will host a forum with the William & Mary Strategic Planning Steering Committee (SPSC) in room 119 and room 120 on Monday, October 28, at 12:50 p.m. All are invited, and encouraged, to participate in this important endeavor.
In this webinar, the authors of Transparent Design in Higher Education Teaching and Leadership discuss how to apply the TILT framework to course design and larger campus initiatives to provide benefits of transparency in teaching for all students.
Come hear Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of the Susan B. Anthony List, in a discussion about her experience with the Pro-Life cause. Hosted by Tribe for Life, she will be speaking on October 28th at 7PM in ISC 1127.
SEC Commissioner Hester M. Peirce will join our community for a public lecture during the lunch hour. Free admission and the public is welcome. Her visit is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Markets.
The purpose of the event is to inform 1Ls that things in law school might not always go as planned, but our community at William & Mary helps one another fail forward together. Lunch will be served.
The Campus Food Pantry is OPEN for all WM students, faculty and staff- so please come take some free food to get through finals- featuring canned goods, household items and microwavable meals!
Hours: Monday 330-530, Thursday 430-630, and Saturday 1-3
Required Events with Alcohol Training: on-line for any student who will be Either and Event Manager OR a Server at an event hosted on campus at which alcohol is served. Request to enroll in the course at: http://bit.ly/EAT2019 Date: 08.26.19 to 10.06.19
On December 4, 1779, George Wythe became the first professor of law in America, a professorship created at William & Mary by the Board of Visitors at the urging of Thomas Jefferson. Various events will commemorate the 240th anniversary of that event.