The Justices decided Sessions v. Morales-Santana 8-0 in favor of the defendant, and their opinion directly referenced the brief coauthored by Baluarte.
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This lecture is part of the Alumni College's summer program, "The Ireland of Yeats and Joyce."
An independent-study class at W&L allowed students to put together a short animated film from start to finish in only 12 weeks, but it turned out to be much more challenging than they expected.
The Tax Clinic at the Washington and Lee University School of Law has been awarded a matching grant from the Internal Revenue Service's Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic program (LITC). This is the tenth straight year that the Tax Clinic has received federal dollars to support its efforts.
The Lenfests were recognized for their support of arts and culture, education, social services and other charitable causes
John D. Klinedinst, Founder and CEO of Klinedinst PC, was named winner at 10th Annual Most Admired CEO Awards by the San Diego Business Journal.
Meet Suzanne Gardner, assistant director of annual giving at W&L
Students practiced stage magic, sculpted severed fingers and whipped up batches of fake blood in a Spring Term course on special effects for the theater.
His efforts to inspire and educate his community were featured on ABC's "Good Morning America"
Kaela Harmon ’05 makes the case for airports to by combining data analysis with creativity
Radulescu has received a Fulbright Research Teaching Fellowship to study and teach at the University of Bucharest.
Receiving a thunderous standing ovation after performing in the Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall in New York was “truly one of those great life events” for the University Singers, according to Director Shane Lynch.
Law students David Thompson and Michael Stinnett-Kassoff have been named co-directors for law admissions for Service 2 School, a non-profit organization that provides educational guidance and networking opportunities for U.S. military service members and veterans.
Looking back on the last four months in Australia, I cannot believe how much I have been able to experience in just one semester. My time in Australia has differed a little from the rest of the group since my sister just moved to Sydney with her Aussie husband. My brother-in-law, Calvin, was eager to show me the “real Australian experience,” which I quickly learned consisted of exploring beautiful places and eating meat pies while rooting for his favorite Australian rules football team.
Annie Woodford, a community college teacher in Roanoke, Virginia, is the winner of this year’s Graybeal-Gowen Poetry Prize for Virginia Writers.
Journalism professor Aly Colón talks about the spread of fake news on The Academic Minute.
W&L recognized 20 retiring members of the University's faculty and staff this spring.
Joelle Phillips '95L, president of AT&T Tennessee, talks about her journey from the stage to law school and beyond to become head of a 6000-person division of the telecom giant.
Angel Vela de la Garza Evia ‘18 learned that research is two parts patience, two parts fun with lasers
President Dudley's remarks at the 2017 commencement exercises have been published in The Roanoke Times.
When the 2015 earthquake struck Nepal, John Christopher had to make some quick decisions on how the Oda Foundation could best serve the people of the region.
He is internationally recognized for his theories and pioneering research techniques exploring human memory accessibility and retrieval.
Students in Meg Griffith’s Spring Term art class created public works of art to draw attention to important causes in the community.
W&L's Community Grants Committee has made 12 grants totaling $25,850 to non-profit organizations in Lexington and Rockbridge County.
Elena Diller '17 and Caroline Todd '17 saw a need for more perspective in academics — so they got to work.
Diplomas have been handed out and caps have been tossed. In this video, members of the Class of 2017 discuss what they'll miss most about Washington and Lee.
W&L to Host the Virginia Governor’s Foreign Language Academies June 24 - July 15.
Andre Zeromski '20 has been selected from a group of finalists for the Class of 2020 of the prestigious Kemper Scholars Program.
T.J. Tallie, assistant professor of African history, talked to Forbes about the cultural appropriation of recipes.
The following opinion piece by politics professor Bob Strong appeared in Newsweek.
TeachingAmericanHistory.org interviewed Morel about teaching Colson Whitehead’s award-winning novel The Underground Railroad.
Rush's piece on legislative terms appeared in The Hill.