November 2013

  • Nov110am - 5pm
    The Good, The Bad, and The Unknown: Effects of Immigration Reform
    Law School
    Come listen to varying perspectives of the current immigration system and possible implications of comprehensive immigration reform.
  • Nov29:30am - 4pm
    William & Mary's First Sustainability Summit
    Miller Hall (Mason School of Business), Brinkley Commons
    The Sustainability Summit will bring together groups and departments across campus that are involved in environmental initiatives for a day of panels and workshops. This event will improve communication and foster new partnerships for a sustainable W&M.
  • Nov89am - 2pm
    Meeting of the Alumni Association Board of Directors for William & Mary Law School
    Law School
    The Alumni Association Board will meet at the Law School on November 8, 2013
  • Nov83:30pm
    Decadal level sea-level forecasting: Do we need it and can we do it?
    VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium
    Professor Han-Peter Plag of Old Dominion University will explore issues related to long-term forecasts of sea level.
  • Nov9All day
    Interviews with inmates at VPRJ
    To celebrate the National Day of Listening, we're visiting the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail to speak with inmates.
  • Nov99am - 1pm
    Symposium on Race and the Law in America
    Law School
    The W&M Law School's Black Law Students Association will present a symposium on "Race and the Law in America" on Saturday, Nov. 9. Panel 1, 9AM, The Socio-Historical Dimensions of Race and Law; Panel 2, 11AM, The Affirmative Action Debate. Free.
  • Nov1212:50pm - 1:55pm
    Election Law War Stories
    Law School, Room 127
    Ben Ginsberg, recognized as one of the most influential election law attorneys, Patton Boggs attorney, and William & Mary Election Law Program Advisory Board member, will deliver a lecture about his experiences as an election law attorney.
  • Nov121pm - 1:50pm
    Lunch with Susan Smith Blakely
    Law School, Faculty Conference Room
    Author of "Friends at the Bar"
  • Nov1312:50pm - 2pm
    Prof. William Jacobson discusses Zimmerman trial
    Law School, Room 124
    Prof. Jacobson (Cornell Law; blogs at Legal Insurrection) will discuss the George Zimmerman - Trayvon Martin trial, including the media coverage and miscoverage of the facts and law.
  • Nov146:30pm - 8:30pm
    Constitutional Conversations
    Williamsburg Library
    Constitutional Conversations is the award-winning seven-month long examination of our nation's founding document.
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