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Professors Offer Supreme Court Preview

By: Luke Charette, 1L Contributing Writer Fall typically means apple picking, playoff baseball, pumpkin spice lattes, and, most importantly, the opening of the Supreme Court, which is set to begin

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Student Bar Association Members Open Up

By: Emily Kendall,1L Contributing Writer The beginning of the year at W&L Law brings many new things, including leadership on W&L’s Student Bar Association (SBA).  I sat down with some

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W&L Community Responds on Tragedy in Charlottesville

By: Alan Carillo, 3L Staff Writer The tragic events we witnessed in early August, just 75 miles away in Charlottesville, prompted conversations on campus in which students expressed heartfelt concerns.

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Hiring More Adjuncts Harms Students

By: Evelyn Clark, 1L Contributing Writer The increasing shift away from tenure-track positions in higher education has been widely discussed and analyzed in recent years. Research shows that there are

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Law Class of 2020 Big on Experience and Class Size

By: Jared Simmons , 1L Contributing Writer   The new school year is underway and the Washington & Lee Law Class of 2020 is acclimating well. W&L welcomed a few

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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