Marshall-Wythe E-News
October 2017  
Alumnae Engage with Students at Sixth Annual Leadership Conference

Alumnae from around the country participated in the September 15 event, which explored the theme of "Power, Accountability and Humility." Read more.
2017 moot court

The Supreme Court Preview's Moot Court: Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission.  Listen.

Cutler Lecture by Professor Jamal Greene, Columbia Law School, "Can the Constitution Save Us?" Listen.

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Prof Breckenridge & Dean Douglas
Law School Honors Tillman J. Breckenridge

The Law School recently honored Professor Breckenridge with the St. George Tucker Adjunct Professorship Award for outstanding service on behalf of students. He is Managing Attorney of the Appellate and Supreme Court Clinic and a partner at Bailey Glasser in Washington, D.C. Read more.
Faculty in the News 

Professor Adam Gershowitz quoted in story, "Police Don't Have to Tell You Where DUI Checkpoints Will Be, but That Doesn't Mean They Shouldn't"
Southside Daily

Professor Vivian Hamilton quoted, and her research cited, in a story on child marriage in Ohio
Dayton Daily News

Professor Timothy Zick
published an essay, "What Trump Misses About Free Speech"
U.S. News & World Report
2017 Anderson Scholarships Celebration
Celebrating the Legacy of Alvin P. Anderson '70, J.D. '72

Tessa Tilton J.D. '19 from the Law School and Derek Trott '18 from the Mason School of Business recently were honored as recipients of scholarships created to honor the memory and contributions of the late Alvin P. Anderson. Read more.
LL.M. students, fall 2017
Learning About the American Legal System

Students who have come from around the world to study the American legal system in our LL.M. program discuss why they chose William & Mary for their studies and how the degree will help them reach their career goals. Read more.
For the Bold, night sky in Atlanta
William & Mary Celebrates For the Bold in Atlanta

William & Mary celebrated the For the Bold campaign in Atlanta on October 5 as the university's colors lit the sky in honor of more than 23,000 alumni, parents and friends in the Southeast region.   Read more.
Alumni in the News

Joseph Moan J.D. '88 is among the William & Mary alumni who are stewards of the Coca-Cola brand. Read more in the W&M alumni magazine.

The William & Mary Alumni Association honored Judge Eileen A. Olds J.D. '82 as a recipient of  the 2017 Douglas N. Morton '62 Alumni Service Award. Read more.

Former Ambassador Shari Woods Villarosa J.D. '78 joined other William & Mary alumnae panelists at the recent Washington, D.C., Women's Leadership event. Read more. 
first African American law alumni weekend
African-American Law Alumni Weekend, February 23 & 24

Please save the date for our second African-American Law Alumni Weekend. The program also marks the 64th anniversary of the graduation of Edward Augustus Travis B.C.L. '54, the first African American to graduate from William & Mary. Read more.
McGlothlin Leadership Forum
October 24-26

Film Screening: "Tidewater" (Hosted by the Virginia Coastal Policy Center)
October 26

Defending Our Coasts: Ensuring Military Readiness & Economic Viability as Waters Rise
October 27

William & Mary Tax Conference
November 8-10

Reunion Weekend
April 13-14
Calling All Marshall-Wythe Alumni!

Become a Senior Counsel: Are you a Marshall-Wythe graduate who wants to help 1Ls navigate law school and prepare for their professional transition? Sign up to be a SENIOR COUNSEL in our Co-Counsel Program by October 20 and, if matched, you will receive your Junior Counsel (1L) assignment in January. Learn more (and register).

Online Certificate in Veterans Health, Law and Policy:
Taught by Puller Clinic faculty, the program is currently accepting registrations for its second term beginning October 23; registration for the January 8 term begins October 16. Learn more.

One Tribe, One Network:
We are looking for alumni, faculty and students willing to share their stories about the "Power of Networking." Interested? Please tell us more.

Veterans & Active Duty Service Members:
If you would like to be kept up to date on activities related to the military and veterans at the Law School and throughout the university, please let us know.

Recruit Our Students and Alumni Through the Law School's Office of Career Services

Are you hiring? Career Services welcomes hearing from you if you'd like to schedule interviews on campus, via Skype or videoconference, or at off-campus interview programs; request resume collection; or list positions to which students and/or alumni can apply. Read more

Are you looking for a job? Career Services gladly assists alumni who are seeking employment or new career opportunities.  Read more 
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