Professor Carliss Chatman published "We Shouldn't Need Roe."
Six members of the faculty were recognized for their contributions in the classroom, to scholarship and to experiential education.
Professor Carliss Chatman published "Corporate Family Matters."
W&L Law students help launch local businesses.
W&L Law Professor Carliss Chatman explored institutional history to animate the study of the Uniform Commercial Code for her students.
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The Feb. 24 online lecture, titled “Black Entrepreneurs: Where Does Money Fit into Protest?,” will examine capitalism as a part of the Black freedom-fighting arsenal.
W&L presents a monthlong schedule of events celebrating Black History Month.
How are people like companies? Prof. Carliss Chatman explains in her new children's book, "Companies are People Too."
The award honors a faculty member who, through activism, mentoring, teaching and scholarship, has made an extraordinary contribution to legal education, the legal system or social justice.
Five members of the faculty were recognized for their contributions in the classroom, to scholarship and to experiential education.
Slate published an article by Carliss Chatman titled "Men Get Stereotyped Too. It’s Time the Court Acknowledges It."
In a Washington Post opinion piece published May 17, Washington and Lee law professor Carliss Chatman considers how the law will apply to a change in the definition of personhood.