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Teaching the Virginia Way...Then and Now

New Harrison Professors Are Leaders in the Academy and in the Classroom

Virginia Teaching: The Early Years

Picket Fences and a "Jealous Mistress"

Virginia Teaching Goes to South Africa



30 Years Young: North Grounds Softball League

The idea for a separate law school softball league dates back to the end of the 1975–1976 school year when Fred Vogel ’77 and I were talking about how disappointing our experience had been playing in the University intramural softball league. For the second year in a row most of our games were with undergraduates; our opponents sometimes didn’t show up; and at this time UVA intramurals used the large 12-inch Chicago-style softball instead of the regular 9-inch ball. More

Katrina Earl Dudley

Pedagogy: The Law School's Constant Hallmark

I distinctly recall being apprehensive about the intellectual prospect of law school when I arrived in Charlottesville in the fall of 1964. I particularly resented being required to take a course in property law, which I viewed as a dusty corner important only to those drudges, the future real estate conveyancers. More

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