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Student leaders from International Law Society, Comparative Legal Student Scholars and Comparative Jurist, Immigration Law and Service Society, and Human Security Law Center will give an overview of their respective organization and how to get involved.
CLS will be hosting a picnic to welcome new and current students back to school and to provide an opportunity for interested students to meet current CLS members.
SBA will be hosting its Fall Funding Presentation for all SBA-funded organizations, plus Law School competition teams. All student organization and competition team Treasurers are required to attend.
Join Legal History Society for an evening with Colonial Williamsburg's own Thomas Jefferson! Mr. Jefferson will discuss cases he encountered as a young law student under George Wythe in Colonial Williamsburg.
Please join us to receive more information about how to join WLS to gain access to our outline bank, mentorship program, open leadership positions, and to hear more about the events we have planned for this year!
PSF Annual Trivia Night hosted by Professor McSweeney — Wednesday, September 8th from 7-9pm!
Join Health Law & Policy Society on Thursday, September 9 at 12:50pm to learn more about how to get involved with the organization. Please register ahead of time to receive the Zoom invitation.
The Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Legal Society hosts the return of former DPCLS president and founder, Shaun Goodfriend, for a lunch hour presentation on ransomware response.
Join Honor Council Thursday at 8PM for Bar Review at Billsburg!
Institute of Bill of Rights Law's Constitution Day Lecture with Judge Stephanos Bibas: “Arrogance, Showing Off, and Hiding the Ball: The Dangers of Judicial Rhetoric in American Democracy"
The Institute of Bill of Rights Law marks the commencement of the new term of the United States Supreme Court each fall with its Supreme Court Preview Conference.
Interested in learning more about criminal law, meeting other students similarly interested, or looking for opportunities to get involved in criminal justice reform advocacy? Come join the Criminal Law Society during the lunch hour to learn more about us!
A Conversation with Trump Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall: Representing the Government Before the Supreme Court
Juanita Graham, the Director of Outreach for Avalon Center, will come to the Law School on Monday, September 13, 2021, at 5:00 p.m. to discuss the dynamics of interpersonal violence and issues confronting survivors of domestic/interpersonal violence.
This is a mandatory information session for 1L and LLM students interested in becoming an SBA class representative for the 2021-2022 year. Join at https://cwm.zoom.us/j/97244610471.
Please join Art & Cultural Heritage Law Society's Interest Meeting via Zoom on Tuesday, September
14th during the lunch hour to learn more about ACHLS, leadership opportunities, and activities for the
Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/96932363349
American Constitution Society interest meeting. We will be meeting Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 1 PM on Zoom.
Come hear from our 2L and 3L panelists about how to prepare for class, take notes, and begin outlining.
Come learn more about the Transactional Law Team at our annual Transactional Law Team Interest Meeting. The meeting will feature a live negotiation with current team members in preparation for the New Member Competition starting next week!
Come join the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) for our first virtual game night of the year!
The candidates for 1L representative and for LLM representative will present their platforms and discuss their backgrounds.
Join Business Law Society (BLS) during the lunch hour to learn about our organization, what types of events we offer, and how to get involved with BLS as a 1L! Zoom link: https://cwm.zoom.us/j/93239609873?pwd=ajMxREo0ekhtUW1qWTlKOGNKejM3QT09
This Reproductive Rights Health Panel will discuss the current developments surrounding a woman's right to an abortion.
Panel hosted by the Human Security Law Center.
Women's Law is honored to partner with Here for the Girls (H4TG), a local nonprofit dedicated to improving the lives of young people impacted by breast cancer. On 9/29 at 1pm, join us to hear from the H4TG team and learn more about their mission.
Join us for the second in a series of events sponsored by TowneBank, bringing W&M leaders throughout Virginia together to discuss business challenges, partnerships and collaborations. The session will focus on the future of the Virginia workforce.
The William & Mary Law School Property Rights Project will host the 18th annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference on September 30-October 1, 2021.