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The Law School's Property Rights Project will host the 17th Annual Brigham-Kanner Property Rights conference online in October 2020.
The student Election Law Society is hosting five events in their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
Join the Center for African Development (CAD), a Global Research Institute research center, for an installment in their speaker series, this Thursday, October 8th, at 10am via Zoom.
Join Professor Michele Goodwin, who expands the reproductive rights debate beyond abortion and discusses how laws criminalize women - especially poor women and women of color - for miscarriages, stillbirths and threatening the health of their pregnancies.
“Promoting America: Maps of the Colonies and the New Republic,” follows how maps served as powerful propaganda tools for colonial expansionists eager to convey the richness and abundance of the land and its inhabitants.
Join the Christian Legal Society in welcoming Nate Bruno, Alliance Defending Freedom's Senior Counsel and Vice President of Blackstone Alumni Services. He will be sharing with us about the way his legal career has intertwined with his spiritual journey.
A workshop about how to curate and express your personal and professional brand.
A career panel for students and other parties interested in careers in China-related fields. The four panelists will make statements and take questions. Featuring Alex Bate '18, Helen Taylor '07, Susan Jakes and Graham Webster.
Panel Discussion with experienced immigration attorneys regarding the events of 2020 and their effect on Immigration Law.
Join the AEI Executive Council of William & Mary on October 14th from 7-7:45pm as we host Adam White, a prestigious Supreme Court scholar, in a Zoom webinar where he will discuss the Supreme Court and its future in this era of uncertainty.
Virtual talk on "Disparities, Determinants and Data in the Era of Covid-19" by Rashida Dorsey, Ph.D., M.P.H. (Founder and Principal, WisdomBuilds)
Learn all about federal resumes from Assistant Director for Public Service Careers, Andrew Martin.
Join The Lemon Project as we host a virtual conversation with Angela King of The Virginia Coastal Policy Center at William & Mary Law School.
The Russian and Post Soviet Studies Program invites you to the Tepper Lecture Series: Global Russia
Hosted by the Institute for Integrative Conservation and Planet Women, this two-part event includes a screening of the National Geographic documentary Women of Impact followed by a panel discussion highlighting trailblazing women in conservation.
Faculty, alumni, and students gather to offer song, dance, poetry, and tributes to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and all Equal Rights heroes like her. Admission by registration: https://www.aguasartsink.com/register-for-a-show
Voter suppression, harsh voter ID laws, and voter disenfranchisement are on the rise. How does this affect primaries and United States' most-watched election?
Homecoming Event! Join Government Department faculty for a discussion about the November Presidential election.
This Virginia Coastal Policy Center webinar will focus on potential topics regarding resiliency for the upcoming 2021 Virginia General Assembly session.
Study abroad from a student's perspective.
Please join Dean Sim for this insightful session on the application process and GW Law!
Join discussion on Asian Americans and the 2020 Presidential Election with Janelle Wong .
The Election Law Society will host Commissioner Donald Palmer of the Federal Election Commission at 1PM, October 23, on Zoom.
Learn how to most effectively conduct your internship search.
Join The Lemon Project as we discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’ June 2014 article “The Case for Reparations.”
The Election Law Society will host Professor Ned Foley of the Ohio State University Moritz College of Law at 1PM, October 28, on Zoom, as part of their Voting in 2020 Lunch Series.
Virtual talk : “The Impact of COVID-19 on College Students Studying Abroad” by Eric Pedersen, Ph.D.
The W&M Confucius Institute and Law School are honored to host Frank R. Samolis through Zoom for a virtual lecture on U.S. and China trade relations as of 2020.
Jay Jones, Norfolk Delegate and Fall 2020 Baxter-Ward Fellow in Government, will present a virtual public lecture, "Inside Virginia`s Voter Rights Revolution: How the General Assembly Increased Access to the Ballot."
CLA, HR, and STLI are working together to offer an interactive working session for faculty on how to hold candid and respectful political conversations in the classroom (virtual, blended, and in-person).
This semester we feature five lectures by AMES fabulous faculty, each of whom volunteered to offer a view into their current projects or recently published research.