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New Year, New You, New Student Organizations

By: Elizabeth Lilienthal, 2L Staff Writer   The Organizations and Activities Fair this year was held on Friday, September 1st. In case you missed it, here’s an overview of some

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Professor Sarah Haan Joins the W&L Faculty

By: Emily Hoover, 1L Contributing Writer As the 2017-2018 school year opens at W&L Law, 1Ls are not the only unfamiliar faces on campus. Professor Sarah Haan has joined the

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Convocation: Engaging in Dialogue

By: Alan Carrillo, 3L Staffwriter For most law students, September 6th was just another Wednesday in the early weeks of fall classes. For undergraduate students, it was the last day

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W&L Natatorium Falls Short of 50m

By: Courtney Iverson, 1L Contributing Writer One of W&L’s more peculiar traditions is the swimming test that is administered to all incoming first years during their Orientation. This test came into

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VA Bill Bars Sanctuary Cities for Immigrants

By: Jackie Hacker, 2L Section Editor Last month, the General Assembly passed a single-sentence law that ostensibly prohibits ‘sanctuary cities’ in the Commonwealth. The bill, House Bill 2000, entitled “Sanctuary

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Sessions Faces Ethical Lawsuit from ACLU

By: Jacob Robertson, 1L Contributing Writer Newly appointed attorney general Jeff Sessions has not had an easy few weeks. The next few may be even tougher following an ethics complaint

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Dismantling the CFPB

By: Nash Bowen, 1L Staff Writer Former Harvard Law School professor and current Senator Elizabeth Warren came up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in response to the economic crash

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Vibrator Spying Suit Shakes Privacy Law

By: Wanda N. Hand, 4L Contributing Writer Kellyanne Conway was right—your home devices are collecting data on you. However, your TV and microwave aren’t the issue. The true serpent in