John W. Glynn Jr. Law & Business Program

John W. Glynn Jr. Law & Business Program

John W. Glynn Jr. Law & Business Program

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Upcoming Events

April 4, 2023
1:00 pm, Walter Brown Hall 126 (WB126)

1Ls interested in pursuing corporate law are welcome to join ECVC to learn about the legal work involved in a variety of Big Law corporate practice groups. Attendees will hear from a panel of Simpson Thacher attorneys with experience across multiple corporate departments and will have an opportunity to ask questions following the presentation. Food will be provided.

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Recent Events

Insights on Teaching Race in Business Law

Friday, Feb. 5
1 p.m. EST

Faculty will share their insights on discussing and teaching issues relating to race in business law courses. UVA Law School Dean Risa Goluboff will introduce the panel. Open to law professors.


  • Afra Afsharipour, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Professor of Law, UC Davis School of Law
  • Carliss Chatman, Associate Professor of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law
  • Cathy Hwang, Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
  • Elizabeth Reese, Harry A. Bigelow Teaching Fellow, Lecturer in Law, University of Chicago Law School

A Workshop on Race and the Law of Business & Finance

Friday, Feb. 19
1 p.m. EST

Scholars will present their research on how the law interacts with issues of race in business and finance. University of Chicago Law School Dean Thomas J. Miles will introduce the panel.


  • Abbye Atkinson, Associate Professor of Law, Berkeley Law
  • Andrew Hayashi, Class of 1948 Professor of Scholarly Research in Law; Director, Virginia Center for Tax Law; University of Virginia School of Law
  • Moderator: Aneil Kovvali, Harry A. Bigelow Teaching Fellow, Lecturer in Law, University of Chicago Law School 
S5 E8: Why Your Face Should Be a Trade Secret

Facial recognition technology is used for everything from unlocking your phone to locking up criminals. UVA Law professor Elizabeth Rowe makes the case that biometric data like your face and fingerprints should have trade secret-level protections.