When Washington and Lee alumnus Billy Webster '79 runs in the Paris Marathon on Saturday (Apr. 7, 2013), it will mark his 100th marathon.
Monsignor Timothy E. Keeney, pastor of St. Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg and a 1990 graduate of the Washington and Lee School of Law, was recently honored by Pope Benedict XVI who conferred the pontifical honor of Chaplain to His Holiness on him.
As part of its Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observance on Jan. 21, the Washington and Lee School of Law will feature a guest lecture by North Carolina District Court Judge Louis A. Trosch Jr., who has received considerable attention for his methods of avoiding implicit bias in his courtroom. It will be a homecoming [...]
Washington and Lee law alumnus Brent Wolfingbarger publishes political thriller set in his native West Virginia.
The passing on Dec. 11 of William B. Hopkins Sr. has produced a substantial profile and an admiring editorial in the Roanoke Times. He was a member of the Washington and Lee Classes of 1942 and 1944 Law. As a respected and successful member of Virginia’s General Assembly from 1960 to 1980, Bill enriched both [...]
Yousri H. Omar '07L has been selected as the Bar Association of the District of Columbia (BADC) Young Lawyers Section 2012 Young Lawyer of the Year.
U.S. Congressman Bob Goodlatte '77L has been elected chairman of the House Judiciary Committee when Congress convenes in January.
Washington and Lee University law school alumnus Parker Denaco ‘68L received the American Bar Association’s Arvid Anderson Public Sector Labor and Employment Lawyer of the Year award for 2012.
Several W&L law alumni were running for congressional office or up for reelection this year.
Washington and Lee University dedicated its Campus Kitchen in memory of Thomas A. McJunkin, a W&L alumnus and former member of W&L’s Board of Trustees.