Whitewater rafting at Lower Gauley, sponsored by the Student Bar Association. Just one of many activities going on this week.
On September 18, John McCardell '71, vice chancellor of the University of the South, will deliver a lecture titled "The Civil War and the Constitutions(s)" for 2014 Hendricks Lecture in Law and History.
Hannah Shtein is a 3L from Milwaulkee, Wisconsin. She's blogging about her experience in W&L's fall litigation skills immersion, one of the key components of the School's innovative third-year curriculum.
Student Bar Association President Ryan Redd '15L talks about the importance of student government at W&L Law and shares some of the plans of this year's SBA.
Music, art, food and a 5K of course, all coming up this week in Lexington and Rockbridge County.
Prof. Suzette Malveaux is an expert in Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Civil Rights Law and Fair Employment Law. Matthew Engle is a capital defense specialist and will serve as interim director of the VC3.
The Justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia have elected Justice Donald W. Lemons as Chief Justice. Since 2008, Justice Lemons has served as Distinguished Professor of Judicial Studies at Washington and Lee University School of Law.
Washington and Lee law professor Chris Seaman talks to Virginia Business about the recent decision canceling six of the federal trademark registrations held by the Washington Redskins.
Big Data, big questions. Faculty and alumni weigh in on cybersecurity and privacy in the feature story from the summer issue of the W&L Law Alumni magazine.
Two Washington and Lee University School of Law graduates were featured in the national legal press for major career moves.