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75 THINGS EVERY W&L LAW STUDENT MUST DO BEFORE THEY DIE: Numbers 25 – 1

By: Hollie Floberg, 1L, & Kate Ryland, 1L Staff Writers No, you did not miss numbers 50–26. In the interest of quality as opposed to quantity, a decision was made

Features

NYT v. SULLIVAN AT 50: Student Perspective – The Scholar

By: Kyle Dolinsky, 3L Staff Writer Fifty years ago, libel was essentially an amalgam of state common law—a tenuously standing house of cards. Then the Supreme Court swatted it into

Features

NYT v. SULLIVAN AT 50: Student Perspective – The Publisher

By: Mac Mackie, 2L Staff Writer New York Times v. Sullivan is often trumpeted to the public as an archetypal victory for the free press. Unfortunately for those who bought

Sports

Spring Sports Shaken Up by Sports Czars’ Poll

By: Sean Domer, 2L Contributing Writer The “winter” sports league is underway, and this year the Czars have decided to switch it up a bit. A poll of the student

Features

Destination Debauchery: Ready for Spring Break?

By: Patrick Sweeney, 3L Staff Writer As the Bard said so many years ago, “Alas, parting is such sweet sorrow,” and these words ring true today. Trying as it may

Columns

LAW TECH: Sakai, But Why?

By: J. Andrew Briggs, Ed. S. Law Tech Columnist A Tool for Ease and Fairness for Submitting Exams At the end of the Fall 2013 term, for the first time

Sports

How to Become a Bandwagon Basketball Fan

By: Christina Rossi, 1L & Vincent Smith, 1L Staff Writers The season of March Madness is upon us! That means if your team isn’t looking so hot (like mine), then

News

A Living Tradition: The Phi Alpha Delta Charity Auction

By: Terence Schroeder, 2L News & Sports Editor At the start of every spring semester, around the time students are settling in to new classes and when hope for the future