September 2013

  • Sep43:30pm - 5pm
    Cutler Lecture: Daryl Levinson, NYU Law School
    Law School, Room 124
    Daryl Levinson, David Boies Professor of Law at New York University Law School, will present the Cutler Lecture titled "Incapacitating the State" on Wednesday, September 4, at 3:30 p.m. in Law School, room 124. Free and all are welcome.
  • Sep108pm - 9pm
    Pillow Talk: Get the Rest to Be Your Best
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth
    In this 45-minute discussion, you'll learn powerful ways to help you get more sleep (and have more energy during the day)!
  • Sep126:30pm - 8pm
    Celebrating Constitution Day: The Importance of Civic Participation
    Off-Campus, Williamsburg Regional Library Theater, 515 Scotland Street
    Constitutional Conversations will open a panel discussion of the importance of civic participation at the state and community levels to promote a robust Constitutional democracy.
  • Sep138:30am - 5pm
    Coastal Flooding Conference at William & Mary
    School of Education, Matoaka Woods Room
    Adaptive Planning for Flooding and Coastal Change in Virginia: Legal and Policy Issues for Local Government
  • Sep1712:45pm - 2pm
    Accounting Myths Every Attorney Should Know About
    Law School, Room 124
    The Venture Capital and Entrepreneurship Legal Society will be hosting Professor Elizabeth Foster of the Mason School of Business. Tuesday, September 17, 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. W&M Law School in room 124. All are welcome. Free Pizza!
  • Sep181pm - 1:45pm
    Election Law Society Speaker: Matt Weinstein
    Law School, Room 141
    Join Matt Weinstein, Director of Voter Protection with the Democratic Party of Virginia, for a presentation on voter suppression in the 21st century, the Voting Rights Act and their confluence in the biggest election of year.
  • Sep183:15pm
    William and Mary Wellness Scavenger Hunt/Photo Safari (with great prizes!)
    Campus Center, Room 154
    When you have collected the information and pictures asked for below, please send one email with all of that information to to have your name entered into a drawing for some great prizes, including lunch for two at Aromas.
  • Sep183:30pm
    Virginia State Bar President Sharon Nelson
    Law School, Room 124
    Virginia State Bar President Sharon Nelson will present a lecture titled "The Future of the Legal Profession" on Wednesday, September 18, at 3:30PM in room 124. Free and the public is welcome.
  • Sep192:45pm
    Lawyers in In-House Practice
    Law School, TBA
    More than 20 W&M law alumnae who work as in-house counsel will return to the Law School for a two-day discussion with students, faculty, and other W&M law graduates about their careers and the challenges and rewards of this area of practice.
  • Sep2312:50pm - 2pm
    Mervis Intellectual Property Lecture: Michael A. Jacobs of Morrison Foerster
    Law School, Room 124
    Michael A. Jacobs will present the 2013 Mervis Lecture titled "The Intellectual Property System of the U.S. and its Discontents" on September 23 at 12:50 p.m. in Law School room 124.
  • Sep2712:45pm - 2pm
    Constitution Day Lunch/Lecture: Making Sense of Methods of Interpretation
    Law School, Room 127
    Luncheon/Lecture with Professor Michael McConnell, Stanford Law School, will address issues of interpreting the law Brought to you by the Institute of Bill of Rights Law {{, RSVP Required.}}
  • Sep275pm
    Supreme Court Preview 2013-4
    Law School, McGlothlin Courtroom and room 119
    26th Annual Supreme Court Preview VA CLE: 6 Friday, September 27, 2013, 5 pm - 7:30 pm Moot Court (Town of Greece v. Galloway) - 5 pm, followed by panel discussion (TBA) . Saturday, September 28, 2013, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Panels, Break-outs (incl. lunch)


  • Oct38am
    From Fights to Rights: The Long Road to a More Perfect Union Exhibits
    Swem Library, Special Collections Research Center
    Visit Swem Library for exhibits from the "From Fights To Rights" project commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement. Exhibits rotate at least twice each year.
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