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Lee Levine Speaks on Reporter’s Privilege

By: Stephen Edwards, 2L Staff Writer Renowned media lawyer and scholar Lee Levine visited Washington & Lee School of Law on March 20 to give a lecture titled “Litigating the

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Visits VMI and W&L Law

By: Brittany Vitner, 3L Staff Writer Hollie Webb, 2L Online Editor In 1996, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote the Supreme Court’s majority opinion in United States v. Virginia, holding the

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Law Professors’ Letter Opposes Sessions

By: Kokomo Metzger, 1L Staff Writer One of President Trump’s more hotly debated cabinet appointees is Jeff Sessions, the Republican junior U.S. Senator from Alabama, for Attorney General. Before his

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Intractable Jokers: Unmasking the Clownpocalypse

By: Rich Goode, 2L Managing Editor For locations across America, the circus is in town, and, as usual, no one is particularly thrilled. Specifically, an epidemic of creepy clown sightings

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WLUmminati: Exploring the Cadaver Society

By: Peter Paranoid, 1L Guest Writer A specter is haunting W&L—the specter of conspiracy. The ghost of Robert E. Lee’s beloved horse, Traveller, also apparently still clomps around campus from

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Dark Knight Fights Copyright Infringement

By: Rich Goode, 1L Managing Editor Three score and fifteen years ago, two artists brought forth a new vehicle inside a comic book, conceived in Gotham and dedicated to the

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Students Imagine Their Professors at Hogwarts

By: Peter Askin, 1L Marketing Editor In the spirit of the recent primaries, The Law News gave Washington & Lee law students the opportunity to participate in the “magic” of

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BLSA Mentors Kids at Oliver Hill House

By: Chad Joseph, 2L Publication Editor Mentorship can come in many different forms. At its core, mentorship involves creating a relationship that develops the skills and nurtures the character of all