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William Charron ’98, a University of Virginia School of Law alumnus, explains how he came to found the Court of Arbitration for Art in Europe.
Jay Jones ’15, the youngest member of the Virginia House of Delegates, discusses his time at UVA Law, his family’s legacy of public service and what millennials can contribute to politics.
Tim Phillips '97 is general counsel and assistant secretary of The American Cancer Society Inc. and the American Cancer Society, Cancer Action Network Inc.
Adam Sorensen earned the Faculty Award for Academic Excellence for graduating with the highest GPA in the Class of 2017. He recently shared some of his secrets for academic and early-career success.
Zane Memeger, former U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and current partner at Morgan Lewis, will deliver the annual orientation lecture to students at the University of Virginia School of Law on Aug. 21.
UVA Lawyer catches up with what alumni are doing 5, 10, 15 and 25 years out of law school.
J. Warren Gorrell Jr. '79 is CEO emeritus and partner at Hogan Lovells, former chairman of Hogan & Hartson (now Hogan Lovells), and former co-CEO of Hogan Lovells.
Adrienne Penta, senior vice president and executive director of the Brown Brothers Harriman Center for Women & Wealth and a 2003 graduate of UVA Law, shared her philosophies on wealth-building in a UVA Lawyer Q&A.
During her career, Catherine M. Keating, a 1987 graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, has been in charge of hundreds of billions of dollars in investment assets for clients.
Mike Hollander '08 explains his work at Community Legal Services in Philadelphia, where he invented the innovative "Expungement Generator."
Jared Kelson has been given the Faculty Award for Academic Excellence for graduating with the highest GPA in the Class of 2016.
Dasha Smith Dwin '98, an executive with global investment and advisory firm GCM Grosvenor, will welcome the Class of 2019 to the University of Virginia School of Law during orientation Monday.
After earning her J.D., Elissa Port ‘05 spent four years specializing in private equity and debt financing for Ropes and Gray in New York. In 2009, she accepted an offer to relocate to Chicago and become a fellow at Loyola University School of Law.
University of Virginia School of Law alumnus John Donaldson '95 began his career like many graduates — at a big law firm.
Joel Johnson has been given the Faculty Award for Academic Excellence for graduating with the highest GPA in the Class of 2015.