Hellwig, who took the helm of the law school in 2015, helped navigate the Law School through a difficult financial period and oversaw significant improvements in applications and entering class credentials, among other achievements.
Baluarte’s argument centers on the ability of stateless refugees to seek asylum in the United States and involves a client he has represented for many years, a man named Miliyon Ethiopis.
Members of the Critical Race Theory class at W&L Law recently took a short field trip "across the ravine" to meet with Dr. Lynn Rainville, director of institutional history, for a discussion about the University's ties to slavery.
Reddy's summer internship allowed her to apply her interest in international development to a new area, examining legal issues for women with disabilities.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still spreading across the U.S., Washington and Lee Law has created an intricate but flexible back-to-school schedule that is based around the individual needs and the unpredictability of the future.
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A new installation at Washington and Lee University School of Law celebrates the first female graduates of the law school.
Although Agbenohevi was able to travel to Utah for her job, the COVID-19 pandemic still played a role in her experience working in the financial crimes division.
The 7th Annual Lara D. Gass Symposium on Women in the Law is on Friday, September 18 from 8:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m. through Zoom.
The Washington Post published a commentary by Nora Demleitner on efforts to re-institute parole in Virginia.
Alan M. Trammell, an expert on nationwide injunctions, joins the permanent faculty. Matthew Shaw visits W&L Law as Scholar-in-Residence.
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