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2017-18 Course Selection Guide

By: Michaela Owens Marketing Editor Spring has sprung, and so has “brief season” for 1Ls. Because we (justifiably) worry about everything and anything, I decided to reach out to some

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One-Third of a Lawyer: 1L Recap

By: Kasia Wiggins, 1L Contributing Writer As the end of the semester approaches, it begins to dawn on us 1L students that we have almost successfully completed our first year

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The Executive Committee: What It Does and How It Impacts You

By: Andrew Stover, 1L Staff Writer The Honor System fosters trust and collegiality on campus, and it is just one of the things that makes Washington and Lee such a

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ABA President and W&L Law Alum Linda Klein Visits School

By: Jesse Stephens, 1L Online Editor Over thirty years after graduating from Washington and Lee University School of Law, ABA President Linda Klein says, “one of the best choices I’ve

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Local Community Embraces Political Activism

By; Hollie Webb, 2L Executive Editor All over the country, a surge in activism both on the local and national levels has taken place during the past few months. People

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Washington and Lee’s Own Triple Crown

By: Kokomo Metzger, 1L Online Editor What do Triple Crown winning racehorse, Secretariat, a “landmark” case in administrative law, and Washington and Lee University have in common? The name Chenery.

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Dinner and a Conversation about Sexism

By: Claire Flowers, 1L Staff Writer The Women Law Students Organization sponsored a dinner and discussion on Monday March 20th where female students and faculty members gathered to discuss the

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Claiming More Seats at the Table

By: Claire Flowers, 1L Contributing Writer Each month, the Women Law Student’s Organization hosts a “Lunch and Learn” Event.  At these events, WLSO membership is invited to attend lectures, discussions,