Colin Matthaei ‘24L spent the fall semester working in the Intellectual Property group at Nixon Peabody in Washington, D.C.
Laura Murambadoro ’26 brings varied interests, a collaborative leadership style and a passion for community engagement to W&L’s campus.
The case spanned nearly two years and involved two sets of clinic students who worked to secure the outcome.
Washington and Lee students are applying their accounting skills in the community as part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
Jose Lopez '24L describes his clinical experience and trip to Mexico City to advise migrants and refugees on the U.S. asylum process.
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Grant funding through W&L's Johnson Program allows student recipients to pursue passion projects and career development around the world.
Washington and Lee students explored the world this summer thanks to grant funding opportunities through the Center for International Education.
This summer, Washington and Lee students experienced life in London as part of an immersive program offered through the Williams School.
Washington and Lee’s Museum Artist-in-Residence Program welcomed photographer Stephanie Shih to campus in May to create new work based on the Museums’ art collection.
Beth Belmont has been named Director of Experiential Education, and Brandon Hasbrouck will lead the Frances Lewis Law Center.
W&L students in this Spring Term’s “Swedish Theater” course were immersed in culture during their three weeks in Stockholm, Sweden.
Lexi Weber '23L discusses her year helping miners get federal benefits.
Anne Rodgers '20, '23L writes about her experience using creativity and emotion in her work helping her client seek asylum.
In the Rights of Prisoners practicum, Courtney Ebersohl '24L urges the Virginia Parole Board to see past the crime.
Mallory Kostroff ‘23L discusses her year as a student attorney in the Criminal Justice Clinic.
Audrey Curelop '23L discusses a recent research trip to Tanzania as part of the International Human Rights Practicum.
Winni Zhang '24L discusses her work in the Immigrant Rights Clinic, where she has been able handle important legal matters from start to finish.
Melissa May ’23L spent the fall semester as an extern in the Delaware Court of Chancery under Vice Chancellor Lori W. Will.
Ben Halligan '23L discusses his year as a student attorney in the Tax Clinic, helping clients resolve post-filing controversies with the IRS.
Shannon McGrath ‘23L spent the fall working in the criminal defense practice of the Brooklyn Defender Service.
Nikolaus Smith '23L spent the fall semester as a judicial extern for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
This fall, Joseph Aminov '23L researched cryptocurrency and other emerging financial technologies with the law firm Pryor Cashman.
W&L Law students offer free estate planning to area residents.
W&L Law students help launch local businesses.
W&L Law students and Ed Walker '96L bring his unique brand of community-based real estate development to Buena Vista.
Tax Clinic cases rarely go to trial, but this semester, for only second time in the Clinic's history, a student argued a case before the U.S. Tax Court.
The new position was created to foster and further cultivate W&L Law’s experiential course offerings by promoting the integration of experiential components into doctrinal areas of the curriculum.
Bethany Belisle is a third year law student from Austin, Texas. She graduated from Amherst College with a degree in political science.
Emelia Hall '16L, a graduate of Mout Holyoke College, is a student attorney in the W&L Law Criminal Justice Clinic and the symposium editor for the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice.
Kerriann Laubach is a third-year law student at Washington and Lee School of Law.
Jessica Chi is a member of the Law Class of 2015. She was born and raised in Southern California and attended undergrad at UCLA.
White, who participated in W&L Law's public prosecutors externship program this year, was there to argue on behalf of Commonwealth's Attorney's office that the 2012 sentence should be reinstated in full for the probation violation.