- Virginia Law Related Education Institute Mock Trial CompetitionLaw School, Lobby & McGlothlin Courtroom
This weekend, on Saturday and Sunday, April 1 & 2, the Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) will host mock trial teams from Virginia high schools in a tournament sponsored by the Virginia Law Related Education Institute.
- Citizen Lawyers: Week of CaringLaw School
The George Wythe Society for Citizen Lawyers is excited to announce a partnership with Doctors’ Commons Legal History Society for this year’s Week of Caring! The week is marked by service opportunities and events at the law school and main campus.
- Ali's Run 5K Run/WalkLaw School, Lobby
The 13th Annual Ali's 5K Run/Walk sponsored by the Bone Marrow Drive organization at William & Mary Law School. This race is in memory of Ali Kaplan to benefit the national bone marrow donor program through Be the Match Foundation's bone marrow registry.
- US Trade Policies: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going and How To Get Back On TrackLaw School, RM 127
Human Security Law Center invites you to join us for former U.S. Ambassador to Belize, Vinai Thummalapally's talk on US Trade Policies: Where We've Been, Where We Are Going and How to Get Back On Track. Pizza will be served.
- Second Spring 2017 eLearning Workshop - "Beyond Blackboard"Swem Library, Ford ClassroomBeyond Blackboard: Expanding Your Web-Based Teaching, Strategies, and Tools
- Introductory Forest Mindfulness Walk: A Path to Health and Resilience (open to all)Student Recreation Center, Out front (please be prompt)Would you like to add something restorative to this month, this semester, this year? We invite everyone (particularly staff and faculty) to partake in this practical application of meditation and mindfulness to the daily activity of walking.
- Second Spring 2017 eLearning Workshop - "Beyond Blackboard"Swem Library, Ford Classroom"Beyond Blackboard": Expanding Your Web-Based Teaching, Strategies, and Tools
- Integrative Diversity & Inclusion ForumSadler Center, Chesapeake RoomsJoin campus and community leaders to discuss the ways that peer educators at William & Mary can collaboratively approach topics of health & wellness from the lens of diversity & inclusion.
- WLS and Skadden Present: Career Advice from Women in PracticeLaw School
Join WLS and a panel of female attorneys from Skadden’s DC office for a discussion of different career paths and what it is like to be a woman in the legal profession. Baker’s Crust will be served for Lunch!
- Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Talk with Jay Sinha '12Law School, Room 124
Jay Sinha '12, Senior Privacy Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, will be speaking during the lunch hour to talk about his career in privacy and cybersecurity law and the future of the profession. His presentation will be in Room 124 at 12:50 on 4/6.
- The Past, Present and Future of the Middle East: The James A. Bill Memorial ConferenceSchool of Education, Dogwood Room
The James A. Bill Memorial Conference honors the Reves Center's Founding Director and brings renowned scholars and experts from the fields of international relations, diplomacy, journalism and history to share insights and perspective on the Middle East.
- Conference: "Morality, Markets, and Contract Law"Law School, Room 127
The Center for the Study of Law and Markets will host its first conference on April 7 titled "Morality, Markets, and Contract Law."
- BLSA's Annual Oliver Hill Scholarship BrunchOff-Campus
The W.C. Jefferson Black Law Students Association at William & Mary is excited to announce our 22nd Annual Oliver Hill Scholarship Brunch. This year's brunch will be held at Kingsmill Resort on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 9:30am.
- Law Cappella Spring ConcertLaw School, Room 119
Join Law Cappella for their Spring Concert this Saturday, April 8th in Room 119 (law school). Admission is free!
- The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage MovementAndrews Hall, Room 101
“The Washington Home of the Philippine Suffrage Movement”
A lecture honoring the esteemed group of women Filipino suffragists and independence fighters
Monday, April 10
2:00 -3:00 PM
Andrews Hall, Room 101
*Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees!
- Rethinking the Holocaust: Lecture by Professor Jeremy Black, University of ExeterTucker Hall, 127A
The Reves Center presents historian and author Jeremy Black for a lecture entitled Rethinking the Holocaust.
- WLS's Panel on Work Life BalanceLaw School, Room 141
Join William and Mary's Women's Law Society during the lunch hour on Tuesday, April 11 for a fun and insightful panel discussion on how to balance a legal career and personal life. The event will take place in Room 141. Lunch will be provided!
- Tools for Going "Beyond Blackboard" - Second Spring 2017 eLearning LabSwem Library, Ford Classroom
Faculty are invited to attend our second eLearning Lab where we will be taking a hands-on approach to explore and discuss digital tools that allow you to go "Beyond Blackboard: Expanding Your Web-Based Teaching, Strategies, and Tools".
- Lunch and learn: Author, Attorney and Human Rights Activist Qasim RashidLaw School, Room 124
Please join MLSA and the Mediation Society to meet author, attorney and human rights activist Qasim Rashid as he shares lessons he has learned from advocacy and how his personal ethics have impacted his work. Lunch (not pizza) will be served!
- How the Public Perceives Foreign Aid: Research Methods Roundtable SeriesJames Blair Hall, Room 221
Guest lecture by Burcu Bayram, who is currently doing cutting-edge work investigating how the public perceives foreign aid and is working on a policy-relevant project on how foreign aid projects are communicated to the public.
- Lecture by Professor Barak D. Richman: Should We Subject Religion to Market Forces?Law School, Room 124
Professor Richman will present a lecture as a guest of the Center for the Study of Law and Markets titled “Should We Subject Religion to Market Forces? Examining the Economics of Judaism.” Admission is free & all welcome.
- Democracy Under Surveillance: A Conversation With Edward SnowdenSadler Center, Commonwealth Auditorium
Col. (Ret.) Lawrence Wilkerson and Mr. Edward Snowden (via livestream) will discuss global surveillance, the role of intelligence in national security, and the intricate balance between privacy, security, the media and the protection of civil rights.
- HOPE Presents: Take Back the NightAndrews Hall, Room 101
Join HOPE and the William & Mary community at Take Back the Night, a night that is dedicated to the support and healing of survivors of sexual assault. The event will feature personal testimonies, poetry, and a candlelight vigil.
- Take Back the Night: A Faculty/Staff ResponseAndrews Hall, Room 101
Join other members of W&M's faculty and staff as we support students and ourselves on this important evening focused on supporting survivors and preventing future sexual assaults from occurring. This is a two-part event (see within).
- Marginality by Design: An Asian American PerspectiveMorton Hall, Room 314
Marginality by Design: An Asian American Perspective
by Dr. Chinua Akimaro Thelwell
Addressing social marginalization in Asian American Studies
DATE | Friday, April 21
TIME | 12 -1 PM
LOCATION | Morton 314
*Free Banh Mi Sandwiches to First 30 Attendees
- Monarchs & Music - Earth Day FestivalSadler CenterEVERYONE is invited to celebrate Earth Day with music, monarch butterflies, food, W&M President Taylor Reveley and the Lorax, and more, on Sadler Terrace and in the Sadler Center.
- Tree Dedication in Memory of Sharon Coles-Stewart J.D. '75Law School, Courtyard of the Hixon Center
The Virginia Coastal Policy Center (VCPC) is hosting a tree dedication ceremony in honor of Sharon Coles-Stewart J.D. '75 in the courtyard of the James A. and Robin L. Hixon Center for Experiential Learning and Leadership at William & Mary Law School.
- Mar289am-Apr411:59pmPublic Service Fund General Board ApplicationsLaw School
PSF is accepting applications for the 2017-2019 General Board!
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