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Students Face Tough Truths in Defamation Experience Production

By: Evelyn Clark, 1L Staff Writer   Washington and Lee undergraduates, law students, and faculty gathered on October 25th to watch a dynamic performance about the way the law interacts


Federalist Society Takes the Cake

By: Sarah Telle, 2L Section Editor   “You can support Jack Phillips and the Obergefell decision. This is not a case about gay marriage. It is one about the government


Taking Uncommon Paths to W&L

By: Georgi Pisano-Goetz, 1L Staff Writer The average first-year law student is 24 years old, so perhaps it is not surprising that conversation around the law school bounces back and


Law School Relationship with the Undergrad: Same as Always?

By: Emily Kendall, 1L Staff Writer A different kind of student. Mostly work, not much play. Definitely not as Southern. These are just a few of the less colorful, characteristics

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Students Work through Final Round of Davis Competition

  By: Stephen Edwards, 2L Staff Writer   The Final Round of the John W. Davis Moot Court Competition is always a grand affair. Students and faculty gather annually to

Community Humor News

Law Students do Halloween in Lex

By: Sarah Telle, 2L Section Editor Every October students at Washington and Lee University shed their daily uniform of suits and/or sweats to show off their creative side…or attempt to

Community Humor Opinions & Editorials

The Natural Bridge Horror: Caverns at Natural Bridge Lantern Tours Offer Thrills and Chills

By: Rich Goode, 3L Managing Editor Welcome to Part 2 of the Law News troglodyte series, where your intrepid, morlockian reporter plumbs the depths of the Shenandoah valley. Our last

Community Opinions & Editorials

A Creepy and Kooky Addams Family Play

By: Haley Goode, 2L Layout Editor When the opportunity came to review Washington and Lee’s Fall 2017 Bentley Musical, The Addams Family, this thespian was all over it. I attended