- 2013 Annual W&M Business Plan CompetitionMiller Hall (Mason School of Business)Get ready to light your fuses and enter the 2013 W&M Business Plan Competition! The Mason School of Business and Entrepreneurship Center are proud to sponsor this competition to "fuel the ambition of the budding entrepreneur."
- Meese v Klarman: A Debate on Constitutional OriginalismLaw School, Room 120Please join us for this lively debate between Michael J. Klarman & Alan Meese which has become a W&M tradition. It will be held on April 1 at 5 p.m. in room 120 at the Law School. Free. All are welcome. Sponsored by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law.
- Justice Richard J. Goldstone: The International Criminal CourtLaw School, Room 124Justice Richard J. Goldstone, the 2013 recipient of the Marshall-Wythe Medallion, will deliver a lecture titled "The International Criminal Court: Recent Developments" on April 3 at 12:45 p.m. in room 124 of the Law School. Free. All are welcome.
- Law School Alumni Weekend 2013Law SchoolAlumni Weekend and Reunion Classes of 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008.
- Alumni Association Board of Directors MeetingLaw School, Faculty Conference Room in the North Wind of the Law SchoolThe Board of Directors of the Alumni Association for William & Mary Law School will meet on Friday, April 5, 2013 at 1:00 P.M.
- Meeting With John D. FeeleyJames Blair Hall, Room 223Former Foreign Service Officer John D. Feeley will meet with students interested in Latin American affairs and/or foreign service careers.
- Oliver Hill BanquetSchool of Education, Matoaka Woods BallroomCome celebrate the legacy of Oliver Hill, an attorney who played a major role in passing civil rights legislation, and the achievements of the W.C. Jefferson BLSA Chapter. We will have food, entertainment, and awards.
- William & Mary Law Revue Presents 12 Angry MenLaw School, CourtroomLaw Revue, William & Mary Law School's student theater group, will perform a production of 12 Angry Men in the Law School on Sunday, April 7, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Free admission.
- Professor Hardy "Last Lecture": Copyright and New TechnologyLaw School, Room 127The Student Intellectual Property Society is hosting a "Last Lecture" by Professor Trotter Hardy. A well-respected scholar in the field of copyright law, Professor Hardy has been with William & Mary Law School for three decades and is now retiring!
- Hon. Margaret Focarino, U.S. Commissioner for PatentsLaw School, Room 124The Student Intellectual Property Society is pleased to host Margaret Focarino, United States Commissioner for Patents, for a lecture at the law school on current issues in intellectual property. Lunch will be served - RSVP here: http://goo.gl/LCikf
- Looking Like A State, But Not Being One: The Real Governance Problem In DevelopmentSmall Hall, Room 110Lecture by Matt Andrews, Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Co-hosted by the Reves Center for International Studies and the Institute for the Theory and Practice of International Relations.
- Lecture: Unclenching Our Fists: Negotiation Strategy With IranSchool of Education, Matoaka WoodsLecture given by Ambassador Thomas Pickering, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Part of the MUN conference hosted by the W&M International Relations Club.
- Democratic Legitimacy and Distrust: The Case of Walter Lippmann's Public OpinionReves Center for International Studies, Reves RoomLecture given by Eduard van de Bilt, professor of American history at Leiden University. Part of the Reves Hall Coffee Hour lecture series.
- The Future Role of the Military in Post-Revolutionary Democratic EgyptOff-Campus, Hennage Auditorium, DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts MuseumOpen to the public. Free reservation required.
- Get Back on Track Day: Free, Fresh-Squeezed Lemonade and End-of-Semester Coping SkillsSadler Center, Chesapeake A/B/CAre you flourishing? Feeling resilient? Come get a free mood check-up and some fresh lemonade! Learn the Wobble, Zumba, and tons of coping skills while you're there! Did we mention free massage? It's better than a spoonful of Vitameatavegamin!
- The Arab Spring: Prospects for DemocracyOff-Campus, Hennage Auditorium, DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts MuseumOpen to the public. Free reservation required.
- Sacred Space: Burial Places of the Enslaved and their DescendantsSmall Hall, Room 110The Remembering Slavery, Resistance and Freedom Project in partnership with the College of William & Mary and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities presents a lecture about the cemeteries of the enslaved and what those spaces mean today.
- William & Mary Law School Alumni Reception in Washington, D.C.Off-Campus, 1207 Pennsylvania Ave., NWPlease join Dean Dave Douglas and fellow classmates for a reception at Covington & Burling.
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