New lawyers need to contribute at work immediately — as researchers, analysts, strategists, and team members. The rise of clinical programs, including and
especially at Virginia, helps prepare
students for practice.
Theory vs. Practice: A False Dichotomy?
Clinical Offerings Engage Students
The partnership between UVA Law and the Legal Aid Justice Center, a nonprofit based in Charlottesville that helps the indigent, only continues to grow.
UVA Law's Legal Research and Writing Program prepares students in important skills on the way to becoming a professional lawyer.
UVA Law and UVA are partners in a recently formed Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensics Evidence.MORE
Improved Lawyering Behind State's Vanishing Death Penalty
Supreme Court Litigation Clinic Wins Big
As Congress Considers Sentencing Reform, What Is the Role of Risk?
Protecting Indigenous IP Rights on an International Stage
UVA Law Sets School Records Again in Clerkship Placement
Nicole Frazer '15 to Clerk for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia
Core Values Matter, DeMaurice Smith '89 Tells Class of 2015
Clerkships for the 2015-16 Term
New to the Faculty
School Bolsters Career Counseling Services