SCOTUS Reporter Marcia Coyle on the Roberts Court
"A Constitutional History of the Long 1960s" with UVA Law Professor Risa Goluboff
  • #UVALawDay

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    Check out a day in the life of the University of Virginia School of Law lived on social media.
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  • Supreme Court Clerks

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    Virginia, Harvard, Stanford and Yale contributed the most clerks to the U.S. Supreme Court from 2005-13.
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  • Access to Justice

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    The Access to Justice Partnership, which pairs UVA law students with local attorneys to provide free legal services, has helped more than 290 clients in two years. More>
  • Karsh Student Services Center

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    A bill championed by two UVA law students will help protect unsuspecting victims from immigration consultant fraud.
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  • Richard Bonnie

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    UVA law professor Richard Bonnie has met with federal officials and contributed to a national conversation on gun control and mental illness.
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  • BLSA goes to Liberia

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    Members of the Black Law Students Association recently traveled to Liberia to raise awareness of human trafficking.
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  • Elizabeth Reese on First-Year Oral Arguments

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    Students argue a mock appellate case before a panel of judges in the culmination of the Legal Research and Writing course.
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  • Externships

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    UVA Law's externships program allows students to earn credit while interning for nonprofit or government employers.
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  • Garrett on Eyewitness Issues in the Criminal Justice System

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    Professor Brandon Garrett has studied how many Virginia law enforcement agencies are failing to adopt best practices in lineup policies.
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  • Human Rights Study Project

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    Several UVA Law students recently traveled to Ghana to examine human rights as Cowan Fellows.
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  • Pictet competitors

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    A team of UVA law students placed first in the 2014 Jean-Pictet International Humanitarian Law Competition in Portugal. More>
  • Law & Business graduates

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    The newly named John W. Glynn, Jr. Law & Business Program recently celebrated 10 years of training students to better serve business clients.
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  • Virginia Law Review leaders

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    The Virginia Law Review recently celebrated 100 years as one of the nation's top legal journals.
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  • First Amendment Clinic

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    The First Amendment Clinic's push to obtain corporate settlement agreements from the Justice Department was featured in The New York Times.
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  • Public Speaking

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    Virginia Law's curriculum includes a number of courses focused on honing students' public speaking skills.
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EVENTS


Thursday, April 17

Law and Economics Colloquium with C. Scott Hemphill, 11:30 a.m., Faculty Lounge

Supreme Court Litigation Clinic Information Session, 3 p.m., WB105

"Can Cities Govern?," Chair Lecture with Professor Richard Schragger, 4:30 p.m., Caplin Pavilion

Friday, April 18

OGI Roadmap: Explaining the OGI Process for Those Who Like to Plan Early, 12 p.m., WB152

The Law Library's Top Ten Research Tips for Your Summer Job, 12 p.m., WB128

Law & Business / IP Course Selection for 1Ls & 2Ls, 1 p.m., WB152    

Graduation Information