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We will be hosting a language exchange in Room 141 on November 1st between 12:45pm to 1:45pm. The topic of discussion will be Halloween and the holidays, and the languages covered will be Chinese, Japanese, English, Korean. Lunch will be served!
Do you know someone who makes the law school a better place? Honor Council is taking submissions for this year's Wythe Out A Doubt Worth Sharing awards from November 5th-15th.
Join this lunch panel for a discussion on the variety of challenges to free speech, free press, and dissent in the current era with Professor Tim Zick, Professor Nadine Strossen, and Robert Corn-Revere.
In this event sponsored by ACS, the Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources will discuss Medicaid Expansion in Virginia, other efforts to expand access to care, and other healthcare law topics with us over the lunch break.
Reset DOC and Reset Dialogues in partnership with William & Mary present a roundtable discussion about the uncertain future of liberal democracy.
Come play comparative law trivia at the Mellow Mushroom on Nov. 5th at 6pm. Meet professors, eat pizza, and win prizes! To sign up, email email@example.com by 10/30 with your teammates' names and a list of professors ranked.
The William & Mary Tax Conference offers lawyers and accountants an in-depth look at current topics in tax law. Please plan to join us for our 65th conference.
Let's talk about finals! Join LHS & WLS to discuss tips, strategies and resources for preparing for and taking final exams.
Taylor Treece is a William & Mary Law School alumna and will be speaking with students and those interested in her experience currently working with EY's Cybersecurity Risk Group.
Join the Muslim Law Students Association (Co-sponsored by APALSA) for some laughs and lunch! We will be watching clips from comedians Aasif Mandvi, Mo Amer, Ramy Youssef, and K-Von that discuss family, culture, and society.
Join MVLS for lunch as we hear from 1LT Shaela Pino, who will share her a brief history lesson on the importance role JAG officers serve in the military. Lunch will be provided!
The Student Intellectual Property Society hosts a patent-law luncheon with Nikki Sanford in Room 133 this Thursday (11/7).
Join MVLS for great deals on beverages and even better company!
APIA-W&M is proud to present a talk by Dr. Kita Douglas that explores the fulcrum of the fine arts, queerness, and the Asian American and Pacific Islander experience.
Professor Merritt B. Fox will present a lecture titled "The New Stock Market: Law, Economics, and Policy" based on his latest book. The lecture is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Markets. Admission is free and all are welcome.
The William & Mary community will gather at the Law School to celebrate the retirement of Faye Shealy, Associate Dean, Law School Admissions.
Please join the IBRL in discussing President Trump and his Administration's ethics crisis with Noah Bookbinder.
Event to dedicate a new flagpole and patio at the Law School in honor of all who served our country and in memory of the late Dean Lizbeth A.S. Jackson. Free and all are welcome to attend.
Please join the W&M Federalist Society in learning more about the current Hong Kong Protests and U.S.-China Strategic Competition from Ms. Ying Ma.
Join us for a discussion on November 14 from 4-5 in the McGlothlin courtroom on the present and future of Online Dispute Resolution with Justice Constandinos Himonas of the Utah Supreme Court and Professor Nicolas Vermeys of the University of Montreal.
A talk by John Osborn
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center at William & Mary Law School will host its 7th annual conference. Info on program & registration details can be found at the link below. Please note conference will be held at W&M School of Education.
Are you a parent? We invite you to join us for brunch to meet and form connections with other student-parents and their children.
Get ready to deck the law school halls with this year's Thanksgiving Basket Competition! Will your section win Judges' Choice and the pizza party? Please be sure to follow the timeline for constructing and taking down your displays.
This week BLSA continues the tradition of the 1L Thanksgiving Basket Competition. If you're a 2L or 3L feeling left out of the opportunity to give, DON'T! Bring in your canned and boxed food donations throughout this week.
Did you know the second-oldest building on William & Mary's campus was home to an Indian School? Come learn more about the Brafferton, its origins and its legacy.
Please join the W&M Election Law Society to discuss Trends in Campaign Finance with Former Federal Election Commissioner Michael Toner.
This Lemon Squeeze is an opportunity for our dear friends in the Class of 2021 to come together in mutual anguish, rage, apathy--maybe even hope?--and share what's sucked for them this semester as well as what has helped them hold on and even overcome.
Join ACS, LLSA, and ILSS for a panel of W&M Law community members discussing the asylum process, the status of DACA, day-to-day issues in the practice of immigration law, and personal perspectives on reform.
From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Wednesday, November 20th, Lawyers Helping Lawyers will be serving mulled cider in front of Faculty Room 130. Take a short break from whatever ails you and smell the traditional spices of the season!
To help you prepare your application for Professor Warren's international internship program, 2Ls & 3Ls who have participated in the program will share their experiences and answer any and all questions including the application process and any deadlines.
Join the Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Legal Society in hosting Beth Burgin Waller.
An exhibition of rare books on early American law from the collection of Sid Lapidus at the Wolf Law Library at William & Mary Law School.
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
Join the VBA on Wednesday, October 6th, to learn more about the VBA Law School Council, upcoming networking and interview prep events, as well as 1L and 2L opportunities to get involved.