Law professor Karen Woody breaks down some of the history behind Elon Musk’s relationship with Twitter and the controversy surrounding the takeover of the company.
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Six students and three alumni from W&L received Fulbright awards for academic year 2021-2022
Prof. Mark Drumbl commented in the Washington Post on a new U.S. anti-doping law that could have consequences for sporting events around the globe.
W&L's Community Grants Committee evaluated eight proposals in October and made six grants totaling $23,000 to non-profit organizations in Lexington and Rockbridge County.
Anna Bosking, a first-year student at W&L, appeared on a BBC interview panel to discuss her perspective as a voter after last week's vice presidential debate.
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In a Richmond Times commentary, Hasbrouck discusses court packing and a new standard for justices on the highest court in the land.
According to a study by W&L’s Lisa Greer, Coral Gardens Reef in Belize remains a refuge for Acropora spp. coral despite widespread devastation in other areas of the western North Atlantic Ocean/Caribbean Sea.
In a new piece in Slate, Hasbrouck argues that Congress can transform policing and promote racial justice through the 13th Amendment.
At the blog LawFare, Russ Miller examines a ruling by the German Constitutional Court limiting German espionage activities.
Bruck is urging Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to grant early release to elderly, parole-eligible inmates due to concerns that prisons will soon become hotspots for the COVID-19 outbreak.
Strasser is urging residents of hard-hit Louisiana to be on the lookout for criminal activity.
Slate published an article by Carliss Chatman titled "Men Get Stereotyped Too. It’s Time the Court Acknowledges It."
The two-day event focused on ethics and social justice issues.