On March 24, WLSO, the Virginia Women Attorneys Association and the International Women's Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation – Virginia Network will sponsor a panel discussion titled "Women Practicing Law: Lessons and Perspectives Beyond the Textbook."
Washington and Lee law professor David Bruck joins defense team in Boston Marathon bombing case.
The Feb. 28 event will focus on several pressing issues in society and their impact on child welfare law and practice, including immigration and evolution of rights in the LGBT community.
W&L Law Dean Nora Demleitner has announced the appointment of Cliff Jarrett as the next head of the School's career planning office, following a national search.
At the regional NBLSA competition, W&L Law's BLSA teams took first and second place in mock trial and first in the moot court competition.
The spring symposium of the Journal of Energy, Climate and the Environment will explore such issues as energy poverty, the responsibility to protect civilian populations, and the intersection of environmental movements and human rights.
The W&L Law team of John Byrne '15L and Marc Mignault '15L will compete at the ABA's 2014 National Negotiations Competition, to be held February 7-8.
W&L Law professor Russell Miller was invited to participate in a panel discussion as part of the 30th anniversary celebration of the Robert Bosch Foundation's prestigious fellowship program for Americans.
Randall P. "Randy" Bezanson, dean of the Washington and Lee University School of Law from 1988 to 1994, died on Saturday, Jan. 25, in San Antonio, Texas, following a long illness.
Washington and Lee School of Law professors Susan Franck and Joshua Fairfield have been elected to the American Law Institute, the most prestigious law reform body in the U.S.