2022 Supreme Court Preview
Friday, September 16 - Saturday, September 17
Law School

The 2022 Preview features federal court of appeals judges, Supreme Court advocates who have collectively argued more than 500 cases before the Court, and leading Court reporters and columnists from the nation's top newspapers.

W&M Women’s Weekend
Friday, September 16 - Sunday, September 18
Alumni House

Save the Date!
W&M Women’s Weekend
September 16-18, 2022

Cutler Lecture  | Constitution Day Lecture by Professor Erwin Chemerinsky
Friday, September 16
12:45pm - 1:45pm
Law School, Room 124

Professor Erwin Chemerinsky will present the Cutler Lecture and the university's Constitution Day Lecture on September 16. Admission is free for this event and all are welcome to attend.


Banned Books Week at the Law Library
Sunday, September 18 - Saturday, September 24
Law School, Law Library

Come to the Law Library and see our display for Banned Books Week! We highlighted a selection of works from the collection on obscenity law and censorship. The display is located on the first floor and open to the public.

"Chosen" Documentary Screening with APALSA
Tuesday, September 20
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Sadler Center, Tidewater B

William & Mary Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA), with the Black Law Student Association and Election Law Society, is hosting a screening of Chosen, a documentary about five Korean-American congressional candidates who ran in 2020. 

Colonial Williamsburg Walk with Thomas Jefferson
Wednesday, September 21
4:45pm - 6pm
Meet in front of the law school

The Legal History Society presents its annual Colonial Williamsburg Walk with Thomas Jefferson. We'll meet in front of the law school at 4:45 to walk over to Palace Green, where we will hear about the good - and problematic - parts of his life.

19th Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference
Thursday, September 29 - Friday, September 30
Law School

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.