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Inside W&L 2019
Speakers, events and candids.
By Louise Uffelman
May 9, 2019
Law students and Dean Brant Hellwig visited the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama.
Student gather for the Amnesty International vigil for victims of the Christchurch shooting. Photo by Maya Lora ’20
Law Commencement 2019.
The Black Law Students Association advanced to the national competition following a second place finish at Mid-Atlantic Thurgood Marshall Moot Court Competition.
MLK Basketball Tournament raised money for a local nonprofit.
At work in the lab.
Members of the women’s lacrosse team support the Lexington’s third annual MLK Parade.
Visiting Instructor of Spanish, Javier Buenadicha teaches a Spanish class on the steps of Lee Chapel.
Ramonah Gibson ’20 sings a song at the Black Poetry Reading in the commons living room.
Iman Messado ’19, Rossella Gabriele ’19, and MaKayla Lorick ’19 celebrate together at the 100 Days ‘Til Graduation Party in Evans Hall.
Tolu Olubunmi 02 (third from left) takes a campus tour with Washington Term students.
Cast of Robert Brustein’s “The Cherry Orchard” on the Johnson Stage.
A group discusses the book “Becoming” by Michelle Obama at the Science, Society and the Arts conference on Saturday, March 16th.
Lourdes Arana ’21 and Trang Duong 20 lead a Take Back the Night candlelight walk on Stemmons Plaza.
Paleo-artist Gary Staab gives the keynote address at the Science, Society and the Arts conference in Evans Dining Hall.
Assistant Director of Admissions Amber Cooper 12 and Kamryn Godsey ’23 roast smores in the Law School pavilion during Admitted Students Day.
Jimmie Johnson 20 (right) enthusiastically greets Eleni Filley 22 in front of Elrod Commons.
Assistant Professor of Politics Seth Cantey prepares his class for their upcoming Spring Term trip to Morocco.
Randolph Hare, who retired as executive director of University Facilities, is tapped as an honorary ODK initiate.
Old-Fashioned Band Party during Alumni Weekend 2019
The donning of the Kente Ceremony in Evans Hall.
The 2019 Law School Commencement speaker Bryan Stevenson, founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.
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