Marshall-Wythe E-News, Graduation Edition
Senator Kaine Shares Lessons He Learned From His Clients
Senator Kaine
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine shared what his first clients  taught him about empathy, insight and compassion in his address at our May 15 Diploma Ceremony. Read more. View the slideshow from the ceremony or watch the video.
Record 93 Percent Participation in Class Gift
Class Gift The Class of 2016's 93 percent participation in the class gift beat the previous record of 92 percent achieved by the Class of 2015 (which itself edged out the Class of 2014's record of 90 percent). Read more.
Professor Larsen Receives Inaugural McGlothlin Award for Exceptional Teaching
Prof. Allison Orr Larsen
The award is given to outstanding faculty members at the law and business schools, and was made possible through the generosity of James W. McGlothlin '62, J.D. '64, LL.D. '00 and Frances Gibson McGlothlin '66. Recipients receive a $50,000 prize which is awarded during Commencement. Read more.
Class of 2016 Honors Professor Green
Professor Green
The Class of 2016 honored Professor Rebecca Green, co-director of the Election Law Program, with the Walter L. Williams, Jr., Memorial Teaching Award. Read more.
Law School Awards Given at Graduation
I'Anson Award - Cameron Ginder

John Marshall Award - Cassi Fritzius

Thurgood Marshall Award - Kaylee Gum

George Wythe Award - Michael Collett
Class of 2016 Awards Ceremony
Class of 2016 Awards On May 14, we celebrated the contributions and achievements of the Class of 2016 at the Kimball Theater in Colonial Williamsburg. Read more.  Watch the video.
Association Honors Judge Archie '95 with Citizen-Lawyer Award
Judge Archie The Law School Association presented the Citizen-Lawyer Award, its highest honor,  to  Judge Carla Archie '95. The award is given annually to a graduate or friend of the Law School who has made a lifetime commitment to citizenship and leadership. Read more.
Maryann Nolan Chong '07 Receives Association's  Taylor Reveley Award
Maryann Nolan Chong '07 The Law School honored Maryann Nolan Chong '07 with the Taylor Reveley Award, which recognizes outstanding commitment to public service by an alumna or alumnus who has graduated in the previous 10 years. Read more.
Remarks by Scott Krystiniak J.D. '16
Remarks of 2015-16 Student Bar Association President Scott Krystiniak
Read more.
Remarks by Shajee Hanfi LL.M. '16
Remarks of LL.M. Class Representative Shajee Hanfi
Read more.
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Faculty Experts
Los Angeles Times op-ed by Professor Neal Devins and UVA Law Professor Saikrishna Prakash cited in story, "Is It Legal for North Carolina's Attorney General to Not Defend the State's Bathroom Law?"
Washington Post

Scholarship by Professor Allison Orr Larsen cited in story, "[Justice] Stevens Says Supreme Court Decision on Voter ID Was Correct, But Maybe Not Right"
Washington Post

Professor Fredric Lederer, director of the Center for Legal and Court Technology, was quoted in a Law Blog post, "Virtual Reality Research Aims to Transport Jurors to Crime Scenes"
Wall Street Journal

Study by Professor Neal Devins and UVA Law Professor Saikrishna Prakash cited in story, "Cooper Not Alone Among Attorneys General Bucking State Leadership" 
Raleigh News & Observer

Professor James Dwyer quoted in story, "Babies Behind Bars: Should Moms Do Time with Their Newborns?"
Associated Press

Professor Adam Gershowitz quoted in story, "Forget Texting While Driving"
Save the Dates!
July 31-August 5:
September 23-24:
29th Annual Supreme Court Preview

October 19-21:
13th Annual Brigham Kanner Property Rights Conference (in The Hague)

November 9-10:
62nd Annual Tax Conference
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