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Entry-Level Family Divorce Attorney (Tysons Corners Virginia)

Entry-Level Family Divorce Attorney (Tysons Corners Virginia) A mid-size firm is currently looking for an entry level divorce and family law attorney to work in their growing family law practice.

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Paid Legal Research Intern US Commission on International Religious Freedom (Washington D.C.)

Paid Legal Research Intern US Commission on International Religious Freedom (Washington D.C.) Eligible candidates should be currently enrolled 2L, 3L students, have a minimum 2.5 GPA, coursework or experience in

Columns

Professors Have Perks

By: Will Knapp Editor in Chief A legal career can take many shapes. Ask any group of law students what they intend to do with their degrees, and you’ll hear

Opinions & Editorials

Blue Phoenix Serves Up Grub, Helps the Poor

By: Joshua Everard, 1L Staff Writer Situated on West Washington Street across from the Hillel House, Blue Phoenix Cafe is a great new dining choice for hungry law students who

Opinions & Editorials

Trump Makes Legally Questionable Promises

By: Hollie Webb, 1L Online Editor Throughout Donald Trump’s campaign, the real estate mogul and star of Celebrity Apprentice has made new, and sometimes conflicting, promises in almost every one

Opinions & Editorials

Legally Blonde: The Musical is a Smash

By: Holly Farris, 2L Section Editor As a law student and a musical lover, I was thrilled to learn that W&L’s theatre department was performing Legally Blonde: The Musical for

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“The People v. O.J. Simpson” Impresses

By: Brittany Vitner, 2L Staff Writer “American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson” is a new anthology series about the 1994-5 criminal trial of O.J. Simpson for the murder of

Features

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