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William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal is hosting its annual symposium on March 3, 2023! This year’s symposium will focus on Constitutional Issues Within Educational Spaces, with nine speakers presenting on a range of topics.
In support of TribeTHON's fight for local children at the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, Kyle Cavan is donating 10% of their sales from their William & Mary Collection and other 100+ university collections to TribeTHON from 3/8 -4/8!
Join Women's Law Society for our annual "Women in the Law" Panel in Room 119 on March 8th at 1:00 PM. Our speakers will be joining via Zoom, but we will be providing a light lunch to attendees!
Prospective and admitted students are welcome to join us for one or more sessions. Visit us online to learn more about William & Mary Law School's LLM programs and meet faculty, current students, alumni, and student services personnel.
Join us for a 30-minute STLI Quick Bite this Friday at noon on Zoom. We will introduce you to ChatGPT, show you how to use it, and discuss how you might leverage it to work for you rather than against you.
Another installment of Inside W&M Law: Our guest, Michael J. Ende, Associate Dean, Career Services.
Last Day of Exams - Textbooks rented from the W&M Bookstore are due back.
Please join the Office of Admissions as we host a Zoom panel with four recent W&M Law graduates from the Class of 2021.
Are you interested in joining a journal? If so, come and learn about the Joint Journal Competition! This is also a great opportunity to meet with all five William & Mary Law School academic journals.
Join STLI for a Conversation about Community Based Learning on Friday, March 24, from 12-1pm in Swem Library G64.
The W&M Student Assembly and the Counseling Center invite students to attend a conversation and Q&A panel on Friday, March 24th 12:45pm-1:45pm in Studio B of the Wellness Center.
Mark your calendars for our on-campus Admitted J.D. Students Weekend in Williamsburg!
Highland, in partnership with the Virginia Festival of the Book, will host Justice John Charles Thomas to discuss his book The Poetic Justice: A Memoir.
Join Professor Heymann and Professor Giuffrida for a lunch hour discussion of ChatGPT, a large language model (LLM) trained by OpenAI. Lunch sponsored by the Student Intellectual Property Society & the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Legal Society.
The Center for Criminal Justice Policy and Reform will host a conversation with Attorney BRIAN STOLARZ and exoneree ALFRED DEWAYNE BROWN. In person event and also available to livestream.
Join us for “Women in the Movement,” a new initiative focused on the pivotal role of women during social movements throughout time!
Clinical Program 101 Informational Session prior to Fall 2023 registration.
2023 William & Mary Law School Negotiation Tournament
The 2023 Election Law Symposium assembles a panel of experts from the Brennan Center for Justice, Election Assistance Commission, and Microsoft to assess the current challenges we face, our preparedness to address them, how states should best allocate.