2L Julianne Freeman writes about her experience as a legal intern for Major League Baseball and how the legal research training she received during her 1L year came into play.
3L Kelsey Peregoy reports on a recent law student outing for a whitewater rafting trip on the Lower Gauley, plus what's up this week.
The 2014 German Law in Context program, now in its sixth year, will explore the German legal framework for privacy and intelligence gathering in the wake of the NSA spying scandal.
3L Jamison Shabanowitz discusses his summer job working for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) and how his first-year small section helped prepare him for the job.
Washington and Lee law professor Joshua Fairfield addresses the implications of Apple Pay and digital wallet payment systems in a commentary in the New York Times.
Scholarly Commons, the online institutional repository at Washington and Lee University School of Law, hit one million downloads this month. W&L's archive is one of only 14 Digital Commons law repositories to break the million-download threshold.
Hannah Shtein '15L continues her blog series about her experience in W&L's fall litigation skills immersion, discussing client counseling and pretrial strategy.
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.