Prof. James Moliterno published "Introducing Students to Ethics and Professionalism Challenges in Virtual Communication."
Prof. Josh Fairfield published “Governing the Interface Between Natural and Formal Language in Smart Contracts.”
Prof. Kish Parella published "Contractual Stakeholderism"
Prof. Sarah Haan published "Corporate Governance and the Feminization of Capital."
Professor Brandon Hasbrouck published "The Antiracist Constitution."
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Professor Jill Fraley published "Against Court Packing, or a Plea to Formally Amend the Constitution."
Ronald Davis was given 80 years in prison—an effective life sentence—for a series of armed robberies where no one was hurt and he never held a gun.
The brief concerns the case of Dominic Ongwen, a Ugandan former child soldier and military commander, who is appealing a conviction for war crimes committed in the early 2000s.
Tax law expert Randle Pollard has joined the W&L Law faculty as the Rochelle and Thomas McN. Millhiser ‘81L Professor of Practice.
The faculty of W&L Law are well represented at this year’s annual academic conference hosted by the Association of American Law Schools.
Interim Dean Michelle Drumbl has announced the appointment of Michelle Cosby as Assistant Dean of Legal Information Services and Professor of Practice . Her appointment takes effect June 1, 2022.
Washington and Lee law professor Karen Woody and the students in her Insider Trading seminar have launched a podcast that will explore the arc and evolution of insider trading over the last century.
Professor Carliss Chatman published "Corporate Family Matters."
A new book from W&L Law professor Johanna Bond pulls together decades of research to address identity discrimination.
Hellwig will take a leave of absence from W&L to lead the program, which is considered the premier graduate tax program in the country.
Kolinsky, who joined W&L Law in 2021, teaches legal writing and professional responsibility.
Professor Cary Martin Shelby published "Profiting From Our Pain: Privileged Access to Social Impact Investing."
Washington and Lee University School of Law welcomes several new teachers and scholars to the faculty this year.
Professor Kish Parella was honored by the American Business Law Journal with the Hoeber Award for Excellence in Research.
The piece, based on a forthcoming article in the Stanford Law Review, is a fascinating look at the history of women shareholders.
Professor Joshua Fairfield was quoted in a column titled "Amazon wants to use radar so Alexa can watch as you sleep."
Six members of the faculty were recognized for their contributions in the classroom, to scholarship and to experiential education.
A new book by W&L Law professor Joshua Fairfield examines how the law can keep pace to govern rapid advancements in technology.
Russell Miller, J.B. Stombock Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University, is the recipient of a Humboldt Research Prize, one of Germany’s highest academic honors.
Parella will partner with Professor Rachel Lopez of Drexel School of Law and Patrick Pearsall of the firm Allen & Overy to chair the annual conference.
W&L Law Professor Carliss Chatman explored institutional history to animate the study of the Uniform Commercial Code for her students.
Alan Trammell joined W&L Law in 2020. He teaches and writes primarily in the fields of civil procedure, federal courts and conflict of laws. He is recognized as one of the leading authorities on nationwide injunctions.
Washington and Lee law professor Karen Woody has been selected for a fellowship with the Herndon Foundation aimed at preparing diverse professionals for positions on corporate boards.
How are people like companies? Prof. Carliss Chatman explains in her new children's book, "Companies are People Too."
Doug Rendleman, Robert E.R. Huntley Professor of Law Emeritus at Washington and Lee University School of Law, has been named the 2021 recipient of the Lifetime Scholarly Achievement award from the Remedies Section of the Association of American Law Schools.
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.
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.
Alan M. Trammell, an expert on nationwide injunctions, joins the permanent faculty. Matthew Shaw visits W&L Law as Scholar-in-Residence.
In this podcast series from the Office of Lifelong Learning, Bond dives into the world of human rights, highlighting the justice reforms achieved by nonprofits with which she works.
The June 24 hearing examined the issue of China’s legal responsibility for the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Five members of the faculty were recognized for their contributions in the classroom, to scholarship and to experiential education.
Insider trading is back in the news, although some would argue it never left.
Law professors Michelle Drumbl and J.D. King have been named to chair professorships.
Brant Hellwig, Dean of Washington and Lee School of Law, has announced the appointment of law professor Sam Calhoun to the Robert O. Bentley Chair in Law.
Wendy Greene's scholarship and advocacy has helped ban natural hair discrimination in New York City and California.
Drumbl commented in a NBC News story published on April 15.