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Posted June 20, 2005

Students will have a new course option thanks to the changed academic schedule—January Term classes.

The American Psychiatric Association has selected
professor John Monahan as the winner of its Manfred S. Guttmacher
Award for 2001. The prize recognizes Monahan's book Rethinking
Risk Assessment: The MacArthur Study of Mental Disorder and Violence,

Posted June 16, 2005

This year's graduation award honored a number of outstanding law students—including Carrie Faye Apfel, Scott Cullen, Sy Damle, and Micah Schwartzman.

Posted August 9, 2007

Dear Friends: 

Federal laws passed in the 1980s that were intended to at least discourage, if not end, public financing for the stadiums major league sports teams play in have been circumvented, resulting in even more regressive burdens on taxpayers, Mildred W.

Posted May 21, 2013

In his commencement address on Sunday, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida urged the University of Virginia School of Law's graduating class of 2013 to always act ethically as lawyers and to restore the public's trust in the legal profession.

Posted April 6, 2005 

Several student organizations and the Dean's Office showed their appreciation to staff April 5 at an ice cream and dessert social in Spies Garden.

Posted June 27, 2007

Dear friends,

I write to you from Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, where I am working this summer as an assistant in the political and economic section of the U.S. Embassy.

Posted Sept. 18, 2006


The following University of Virginia law professors are available to talk about the nomination of Elena Kagan to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Posted Nov. 12, 2009

Posted Feb. 4, 2003

Posted Sept. 12, 2006


Ralph Baxter '74 offered career tips to students Sept. 12.

Posted March 26, 2015

Posted June 27, 2003

This year's graduation awards honored a number of outstanding law students--including Melissa Arbus, Elaina L. Blanks and Set Wood--who all took a break from BAR/BRI to reflect on their experiences at Virginia.

The presidency will not concede any of its constitutional prerogatives while George W. Bush holds the office, his Deputy Counsel, Timothy E. Flanigan, asserted in a talk titled "Restoring the Powers of the Presidency" March 5 at the Law School.