Golf Digest staff writer Max Adler '04 qualifies for the prestigious tournament.
The cover story for the most recent issue of W&L Law magazine focuses over-criminalization in the U.S. Topics covered include financial costs, the growth of federal criminal law, and collateral sentencing consequences, among others.
Washington and Lee alumnus continues to excel in sport for blind and visually impaired athletes.
Robert Foster '07 will attend Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
A recent Freedom of Information act request from the "Federal Times" turned up an IRS planning document that predicts sequester-related budget cuts will result in billions of lost revenue.
Chair honors the memory of a 1972 Washington and Lee alumnus and is designed to support "an exceptional undergraduate teacher and a distinguished scholar."
Washington and Lee alumnus Tom Wolfe talks of baseball, newspapering and speaking Spanish.
Washington and Lee law professor Tim Jost appears on a recent list put together by congressional newspaper "The Hill" dubbed "10 to watch on ObamaCare rollout."
Washington and Lee law professor Russ Miller will spend this year-long fellowship researching and collaborating with leading scholars on issues of security and liberty at the University of Freiburg's Center for Civil Security as well as the program's partners at Bucerius Law School, the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, and the German Federal Police Academy.
In this recent op/ed from the National Law Journal, Washington and Lee law professor Jim Moliterno argues that for its own self-interest, the legal profession should welcome the input of non lawyers and even cede some measure of power to them.