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Informal get-to-know-you with the JJC committee and with JJC Participants
This 1-hour workshop is aimed to help you develop coping strategies to reduce stress and prevent significant stress in the future.
College students, sexual assault response coordinators, prevention specialists, counselors, and allies from across the Commonwealth will come together for this amazing evening of hope and healing
Closed captioning and ASL interpretation provided.
Are you a 1st generation student experiencing stress because of societal, institutional, or familial concerns?
Join the Christian Legal Society for a movie night. We will be watching The Case for Christ on Netflix.
Each year the Virginia Bar Association hosts the Legal Food Frenzy to raise money for local food banks around the Commonwealth. Donate here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/William-mary
The JJC Committee will host the Comment and Bluebooking Session to provide competitors an overview of what the competition problems will look like and answer any questions competitors may have!
Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/92477561764
Please join FELS and ACS during the lunch hour on Wednesday, April 7, for a discussion on the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on special education and the related law. Speakers include Cheri Belkowitz, Heartley Huber, and Cheryl Poe. Please RSVP for the link.
Join the Christian Legal Society for a discussion with Rob McAngus, a family law lawyer for Verner | Brumley.
Join SIPS for a conversation on copyright registration with a former Associate Register of Copyrights and current Deputy Director for Registration Policy & Practice at the U.S. Copyright Office.
Learn how to apply for SBA funding for the 2021/22 academic year.
Join our long-serving Representative to Congress who will share his plans for education, criminal justice, healthcare and labor reform.
Save the date for April 9-14, 2021 as we celebrate the classes ending in 0's & 5's as well as 1's & 6's in a Virtual Alumni Weekend!
Please join The Health Law and Policy Society for our first annual Symposium: "A Snapshot of Health Law" on April 10, 2021 (10:30am -3:00pm). Register in advance for this meeting: https://cwm.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsde2hrTwoEtFqq5M2tZMphutKpuPSQKXf
ILS presents a lecture by Katie Johnston devoted to the issue of use of force in the International Law.
Professor Melissa Murray will deliver the annual Wythe Lecture titled Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe v. Wade. She is the Frederick I. and Grace Stokes Professor of Law at New York University School of Law.
On Tuesday, April 13, we will come together, wherever we are in the world, to celebrate and support our vibrant university community. Join us for the 8th annual One Tribe One Day to give back and pay it forward.
The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host a lecture by Steven G. Medema, Research Professor of Economics at Duke University, titled "Why Do Economists Use Imaginary Worlds? What the Coase Theorem Tells Us About Why Law Matters.”
Come join the Institute of Bill of Rights Law: Student Division in Analyzing the Recently Argued Arizona Election Law Case - Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee on Wednesday, April 14 from 12:45pm - 2pm, part one of a two part series on the VRA.
Join the First Generation Student Alliance for a discussion and Q+A with alumni.
The Agricultural Law Society will be hosting guest speaker David Velde.
David Velde is currently general counsel for the National Farmers Union, as well as the co-owner of Velde Moore, LTD, a firm with an expertise in Agricultural Law.
On April 15th during the lunch hour, join SSA for national Ask An Atheist Day. Ask an Atheist Day is an opportunity for secular groups across the country to work together to defeat stereotypes about atheism and encourage courteous dialogue.
An information session regarding all clinics prior to registration. Clinic professors will provide an overview of their clinic and answer questions. Clinical program students will also be there to provide their perspective. Zoom information to come.
Please join your friends in LLSA and APALSA for a question and answer session aimed at easing the stress that comes along with class registration. All students and questions are welcome!
The 2021 Election Law Society Symposium will examine the role of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) in the 2020 election and its potential reform going forward both as a tool to address voting rules and districting maps that harm minority voters.
William & Mary, NATO CCDCOE, and King’s College London are pleased to invite you to the sideline event of the NATO Cyber Defence Pledge conference 2021.
The Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding , the Comparative Legal Student Scholars, and the Reves Center for International Studies will host a symposium on Friday, April 16.
Build an understanding of the practice of self-care and how it can impact your overall well-being.
Please join William & Mary Law's If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice and Black Law Students Association (BLSA) for this panel on the intersection between racial justice and reproductive justice.
This is part two of the George Wythe Society's Dress to Impress programming. This presentation is about professional women's wear and how to dress professionally on a budget.
Join the Domestic Violence Clinic, FELS, ACS, & WLS for a panel discussion featuring Darryle Brown (Transitions Family Violence Services), Juanita Graham (Avalon Center), Robert Gray (disAbility Law Center of VA), and Megan Zwisohn (Career Prosecutor).
The First Generation Student Alliance is holding the very first FGSA Faculty Speaker Panel.
Join the Family & Education Law Society (FELS) on Wednesday, April 21, during the lunch hour (12:50-1:50 EST) for a talk with Professor Thomas McSweeney on Marriage, Sexuality, & the Law in the Middle Ages. Please RSVP using the appropriate form.
Time to share the challenges of these experiences and the process of transitioning back to the campus community. (Fridays starting March 26)
This open and non-structured space has been established for W&M students who identify as questioning, transgender, non-binary, gender queer, gender-nonconforming and are interested in connecting with others with similar identities/shared experiences.