November 2014

  • Nov412:50pm - 1:50pm
    Statehood and Secession: The Referendum on Catalu
    Law School, Room 141
    Professor Javier Guillen Carames will give a public presentation on Statehood, Succession, the Right to Self-Determination and the Referendum on Cataluna. Sponsored by the Program in Comparative Legal Studies & Post-Conflict Peacebuilding.
  • Nov47pm - 10pm
    Election Night Watch Party
    Off-Campus, Brickhouse Tavern at 755 Scotland Street
    The Election Law Society is hosting an election night watch party for all you politicos out there!
  • Nov54pm
    60th Annual William & Mary Tax Conference
    Nov. 5, W&M Law School; Nov. 6 & 7 Kingsmill Resort
    The 60th Annual William & Mary Tax Conference, titled "Sophisticated Tax Planning for Closely Held Businesses," will be held Nov. 5 - 7.
  • Nov61pm
    ISIS and the Islamic State: The Rise of a Security Threat and the American-led Response
    Law School, Room 127
    How significant is the ISIS threat? What role does the United States play in addressing that threat? Join the Human Security Law Center for lunch on Nov. 6 to discuss these issues and more with Dr. Daniel Masters.
  • Nov63:30pm - 5pm
    Wythe Lecture: Professor Lee Epstein
    Law School, Room 124
    Professor Lee Epstein of Washington University in Saint Louis will present the Wythe Lecture titled "Why We Should Study and Teach Judicial Behavior" on November 6 at 3:30 PM in Room 124. Free and all are welcome.
  • Nov78:30am - 5pm
    2014 Alumni Association Board Meeting
    Law School, TBD
    A meeting of the Alumni Association Board will have their Fall meeting in November
  • Nov89am - 3pm
    Law Admission Program for W&M Alumni Families
    Law School, McGlothlin Courtroom, Law School
    William & Mary Law School's Admission Office is offering W&M alumni families a program that will provide information and address questions about the law school admission process. The event is scheduled for Saturday morning, November 8, 2014.
  • Nov812pm
    National Peer Educator Certification (2 Days)
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332
    No matter what health or safety information you wish to share with peers, this nationally recognized certification will improve your efforts. Note: Both days (12-6PM) are required to pass the certification. The $20 fee covers all materials.
  • Nov97pm - 9pm
    Sexuality and Spirituality - It's a Match Made in Heaven: A Thrive Event
    Andrews Hall, Room 101
    Join Al for a conversation about his journey to reconcile the sacred and the spiritual, and how both can contribute to meaningful,interactions and relationships. This event is a part of the Student Assembly Health & Safety Department's Thrive Initiative.
  • Nov117:30pm - 8:30pm
    A Rested Development : A Thrive Event
    Sadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
    Get the sleep you need for the energy that you value!
  • Nov1211:30am - 12:45pm
    Retaining Copyright for Your Publications
    Swem Library, Open Classroom
    Join Swem Library for a presentation on protecting your copyright. Jim Heller, Professor of Law and Director of the Wolf Law Library, and Paul Hellyer, Reference Librarian at the Wolf Law Library will speak.
  • Nov1212:50pm - 1:50pm
    The Immigration Roundtable at W&M - PART III Labor & Migration
    Law School, Room 127
    Professor Angela Banks and the Immigration Law & Service Society present the third installment of the Immigration Roundtable at W&M. Professor Cindy Hahamovitch of W&M's own History Department will lead a discussion on Labor and Migration.
  • Nov1312:50pm - 1:50pm
    BLSA L. Douglas Wilder Speaker Series Presents: Tillman Breckenridge
    Law School, Room 127
    Professor Tillman Breckenridge, Managing Attorney at W&M's Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic and Counsel at Reed Smith, LLP, will be presenting "Perseverance and Active Citizenship: Doing Your Part to Improve Lives." Free and open to the public.
  • Nov137pm - 7:30pm
    EXCEL (Extraordinary Cakes, Extraordinary Living) Series: A Thrive Event
    Blow Memorial Hall, Room 332
    Come savor your favorite Extraordinary Cupcake, learn two brief flourishing tips from the Authentic Excellence Initiative from Kelly Crace, and take a 2nd cupcake for the road. Cost of cupcakes: Listening to Kelly for 10 minutes.
  • Nov1712:50pm - 1:50pm
    John and Arthur Walker: Soviet Spies in America
    Law School, Room 141
    Judge and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Tommy Miller will speak on the prosecution he led against former Naval Officers stationed in Norfolk who acted as spies for the Soviet Union.
  • Nov207pm
    Popcorn & Pop Culture: Episode 1
    Campus Center, Room 159
    The Center for Student Diversity will launch its first Popcorn and Pop Culture: "Celebrities Claiming Racial Identities" directed by Professor Artisia Green. We look forward to seeing you there!
  • Nov2412:50pm - 1:50pm
    Immigration Law and LGBT Rights
    Law School, Room 127
    Joy Alegria Haynes, of Haynes Novick Immigration, will be speaking about the intersection of immigration law and LGBT rights. The talk will be Monday, November 24th at 12:50pm in Room 127. Lunch will be provided!
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