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ELS Presents Shanna Reulbach and Alexi Velez, Elias Law Group
Wednesday, January 19
12:50pm - 1:50pm
Law School, Virtual

The Election Law Society hosts Shanna Reulbach and Alexi Velez of the  Elias Law Group.


    The Intersection of Sustainability & Social Justice: The Lasting Impact of 20th-Century Redlining
    Wednesday, February 2
    6pm - 7pm
    Alumni House, Hunter Hall

    Join Vivian E. Hamilton director of the William & Mary Center for Racial & Social Justice, and Robert Rose, executive director of the Institute for Integrative Conservation for a presentation on the lasting impact of 20th-Century redlining

    Cutler Lecture: Michael Gerhardt (UNC Law)
    Thursday, February 10
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Room 119

    Michael Gerhard of the University of North Carolina School of Law will deliver this year's Cutler Lecture on "What Trump Taught Us: How to Navigate Constitutional Conflicts Outside the Courts."

    Wythe Lecture (Prof. Joanna Schwartz)
    Monday, March 7
    12:50pm - 1:50pm
    Law School, Zoom

    Professor Joanna Schwartz (UCLA Law) will deliver this year’s Wythe Lecture on “Civil Rights Without Representation.” Click on the “register” button to receive the Zoom link.

    The Inaugural Fourth Circuit Asylum Law Conference
    Friday, March 11
    9am - 5pm
    Virtual

    Join the William & Mary Law School Immigration Clinic, the William & Mary Center for Racial and Social Justice, and Immigrant Justice Corps for the Inaugural Fourth Circuit Asylum Law Conference. 

    CLE information available on the registration page.

    The Future of Afghanistan
    Friday, March 25
    12pm - 3:30pm
    Law School

    Event hosted by William & Mary Law School's  Center for Comparative Legal Studies and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and the university's Reves Center for International Studies.