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“Our time on earth is not just about making money. We are tied to larger systems — other people and animals.”Julianna Keeling ’19

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2. Law Student Helps Change Virginia Marriage License

Washington and Lee law student Sophie Rogers ‘21L and her now-husband Brandyn Churchill ’14 made national news earlier this year when they joined a lawsuit challenging Virginia’s practice of asking those applying for marriage licenses to disclose their race.

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W&L Law students help long-serving inmates earn parole.

5. Day (and Night) at the Museum

Hannah Cloh is taking part in W&L Law’s residential externship in Washington, D.C., working at the Smithsonian Institution.


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