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Exploring The Profession: Prosecutors

By:  Howard Wellons, ‘14L ‘14L Editor in Chief Though I am still fairly new in the position of Assistant District Attorney, I can already say with confidence that this position

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OCS Offers Career Tips

By:  Cliff Jarrett Dean of Career Services With the weekly “Straight Outta Lexington” on hiatus while I advise Kanye on his possible 2020 presidential bid, The Law News was kind


Darst & Jordan Influence Lex Buildings

By:  Zach Watkins, 3L Staff Writer Following a fire in 1796, Lexington transitioned from a frontier outpost to a confident and permanent town. During a growth period in 1815, two


Usual Suspects Compete for LSFL Championship

By:  Vincent L. Smith, 3L Advisory Editor Every year, students from each class come together and discuss one of the most important extracurricular activities at Washington & Lee. This is

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The Bacchanalia of Rockbridge County

By:  Mark Bonin, 1L Contributing Writer If California and the remainder of west coast states are the major leagues of wine making in America, then Virginia is playing at the

Opinions & Editorials

Ryan Reynolds Delivers in Role as Legal Advocate

By:  Mark Bonin, 1L Contributing Writer I’ve had a hard time forgiving Ryan Reynolds for Green Lantern. However, he is making amends. Reynolds’ late-spring release Woman in Gold was one

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Donnie T’s Cuisine Meets Expectations

By:  Lizzie Jenkins, 1L Contributing Writer In determining which Lexington establishment to choose for my night out, two classmates from my small section invited me to join them at Don Tequila’s

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What Happens in [Lex] Vegas: Upcoming SBA Parties Give Students A Break from the Books

By:  Elizabeth Ellington, 1L Contributing Writer With temperature starting to drop and the leaves turning colors there is no doubt that the fall semester is in full swing. This means