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The Law School's Property Rights Project will host the 17th Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights conference online in October 2020.
The Equal Rights Amendment and Its Passage in Virginia: What Happens Now? A Conversation Between Professor Larsen and Toby Heytens, Solicitor General of Virginia
The Student Intellectual Property Society (SIPS) will host W&M Law alum Mark Pike for a lunchtime talk.
Redistricting is on the ballot this year in Virginia. Join ELS to learn the ins and outs of the amendment, the protections it offers against gerrymandering, and what it would mean for the Virginia electoral process going forward.
The student Election Law Society is hosting five events in their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
W&M Northeast Law School alumni are invited to this exclusive opportunity to meet W&M Law School's new Dean, A. Benjamin Spencer.
Join Professor Michele Goodwin, who expands the reproductive rights debate beyond abortion and discusses how laws criminalize women - especially poor women and women of color - for miscarriages, stillbirths and threatening the health of their pregnancies.
Hosted by the Center for Racial and Social Justice, renowned scholar Professor Michele Goodwin will address the rise in criminal prosecutions targeting poor pregnant women.
Join the Christian Legal Society in welcoming Nate Bruno, Alliance Defending Freedom's Senior Counsel and Vice President of Blackstone Alumni Services. He will be sharing with us about the way his legal career has intertwined with his spiritual journey.
Join us to learn all about JLSA and our open board positions! For 2L and 3L members, come say welcome! VIRTUAL
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Women's Law Society, in partnership with SBA, is pleased to welcome Here for the Girls (H4TG) and Cassi Fritzius to discuss their experiences, H4TG's work, and the upcoming Run for the Hills charity 5k on 10/17.
Join the W&M legal community for a conversation on the current and expected changes in the field of law moderated by Michael Steelman with legal career experts Jeffrey Lowe J.D. '89, Lauren Smith J.D. '06 and Mike Ende.
Panel Discussion with experienced immigration attorneys regarding the events of 2020 and their effect on Immigration Law.
On Wednesday, October 14 at 12:50 PM, Beth Roach of the Nottoway Tribe of Virginia, will discuss the loss of cultural resources by tribes in the face of sea level rise and erosion, as well as environmental justice issues concerning the tribes.
Come out to hear about Moot Court, our upcoming events, and the Bushrod tournament tryout process!
This Virginia Coastal Policy Center webinar will focus on potential topics regarding resiliency for the upcoming 2021 Virginia General Assembly session.
1Ls - Learn how to outline in accordance with the Honor Code.
Join the Comparative Legal Student Scholars (CLSS) for our second annual trivia night! Teams will compete to answer trivia questions and win prizes. The first four teams to sign up will be paired with a professor.
W&M DC Metro Law School alumni are invited to this exclusive opportunity to meet W&M Law School's new Dean, A. Benjamin Spencer.
Please join us on Thursday, October 22 at 1:00 PM EDT for a panel discussion on the School-to-Prison Pipeline, featuring Cheryl Poe, Keith Howard, and Valerie Slater. Please RSVP here (https://forms.gle/BfcBb61tiiqdk6689) for a link to the event.
Join your pals at Lawyers Helping Lawyers for a presentation and panel discussion on imposter syndrome in law school!
The Election Law Society will host Commissioner Donald Palmer of the Federal Election Commission at 1PM, October 23, on Zoom.
Join the International Law Society, the Comparative Legal Student Scholars, and the American Constitution Society for a fireside chat with professor Jenik Radon of Columbia University, moderated by professor Iria Giuffrida.
Join the Art and Cultural Heritage Law. Society (ACHLS) for a scavenger hunt through the Williamsburg area. Teams of up to 5 will compete to find 5 locations The first, second, and third team to find all the locations wins prizes!
William & Mary Law School Advocates for Life would like to invite you to a special event on Monday, October 26th at 12:50PM EST featuring guest speaker Madeline Moreira from Bioethics Defense Fund.
Please join the Moot Court team for an evening of virtual trivia! This will be a chance to have some fun and get to know current team members. We'd love to see you there! The Zoom meeting ID is 974 1749 9306. Please RSVP so we know you're coming!
"The Social Dilemma" is a Netflix documentary exploring how social media platforms such as Facebook and Instagram generate user-specific content to boost engagement and why social media is paradoxically contributing to greater social isolation.
The Federalist Society is excited to welcome Professor Josh Blackman from South Texas College of Law and William & Mary’s own Professor Neal Devins for a conversation on Chief Justice John Roberts & Stare Decisis.
Join If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice and the Center for Racial and Social Justice on October 27th at 1 PM for an important discussion on the future of reproductive rights with William & Mary Law Professor Vivian Hamilton.
On October 27th, in line with the news of allegations of hysterectomies and other unwanted medical surgeries at ICE facilities -- Health Law & Policy Society, Women's Law Society and Immigration Law & Service Law Society will be co-sponsoring a Q&A panel.
Women's Law Society and Lawyers Helping Lawyers are excited to bring back last year's popular "Let's Talk About Exams" event. Join us to hear about mental health, stress management, exam preparations, and tips from 2L & 3L panelists.
The Election Law Society will host Professor Ned Foley of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law at 1PM, October 28, on Zoom, as part of their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
Drive by the law school loop on Oct. 29th from 10 AM to 4 PM to grab halloween candy and information about Be the Match, bone marrow registry. We will bring the candy to your car. All student workers will be in PPE. Please wear a mask when you drive by.
The W&M Confucius Institute and Law School are honored to host Frank R. Samolis through Zoom for a virtual lecture on U.S. and China trade relations as of 2020.
Lecture hosted by the Center for the Study of Law and Markets. William & Mary faculty, staff and students welcome.
Join us as we dive into one of the university's values, belonging. Belonging is often said to be "aspirational", so how do we get there. Panelists will offer their thoughts on how institutions begin to reflect authentic belonging.
Jay Jones, Norfolk Delegate and Fall 2020 Baxter-Ward Fellow in Government, will present a virtual public lecture, "Inside Virginia`s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot."
Join the Law School Bone Marrow Drive and Be the Match to find out about how you can register to be on the Bone Marrow Registry. We will have representatives from Be the Match speak and alumni, David Maley, speaking about donating bone marrow.