Jordan Hicks ‘24L and Fenja Schick-Malone ‘24L will be honored for their contributions to the Law Review.
This year’s symposium investigates why and how blockchain technology is relevant to the legal community.
The symposium is scheduled for Friday, March 11 and will include a keynote address by Adrien Wing, Associate Dean for International and Comparative Law Programs and Bessie Dutton Murray Professor at University of Iowa College of Law.
The W&L Law Review has published a first‑ever volume dedicated to showcasing the work of Black authors.
Charisma Hunter '23L becomes first African American Woman on Law Review.
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The Washington and Lee Law Review’s annual Lara D. Gass Symposium at the Washington and Lee University School of Law will examine the judicial legacy of the Hon. Roger L. Gregory, Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Mary Kate Nicholson ‘20L received second place in a national student legal writing competition sponsored by the Judge John R. Brown Scholarship Foundation.
The Lara D. Gass Symposium will focus this year on corporate law and governance, honoring the scholarship of two of the law school’s longest-serving faculty members, Lyman Johnson and David Millon.
The annual Lara D. Gass Symposium at the Washington and Lee University School of Law will focus this year on the controversial case of Joseph M. Giarratano, using his story to explore the ethical, legal and public policy issues surrounding the use of the death penalty.
The Washington and Lee Law Review and the Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice have been included in a new ranking from ExpressO, a leading system for article submission.
The Law Review placed 6th on the list of top 100 most popular law reviews chosen by authors using ExpressO and has capitalized on this ranking with the launch of a new website that greatly expands the journal's digital offerings.