UVA Law is the second-oldest continuously operating law school in the nation. Read about key events.
UVA Lawyer profiles a “completely incomplete” list of 100 alumni who changed the world.
This book tells the story of the school’s many homes and path to North Grounds.
A Timeline History
Read the history of trailblazing women at UVA Law.
- The Road to the Virginia Law Review Centennial
- BALSA Organized, Then Pushed for the First Black Professor at UVA Law
- Revisiting the Vietnam War’s Impact on the Law School, Alumni
- Honoring Women at UVA Law
- Glory Days: 40 Years of the North Grounds Softball League
- First Female Black Graduate Elaine Jones ’70 Made Social Justice Her Life’s Work
- UVA Law Faculty Who Have Argued Before the Supreme Court
- ‘Everyday People’ Exhibit Showcases Lives of Black Community Members
- 50 Years at UVA: Professors Howard and Low Look Back at Evolution of Law School
- Trio of ’82 Alumnae Clerks Look Back on Their Time at the Supreme Court
- Erasing the Color Line: Ted Small ’92 Looks Back on a Movement To Promote Racial Awareness
- Virginia Teaching: The Early Years
- Remembering U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy ’59
- Linda Howard ’73 Recalls Service as First Black and First Female Student Body President
- O’Keeffe Exhibit Features Watercolor of Former Law School Building
- The History of Student Cultural Affinity Organizations