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Claiming More Seats at the Table

By: Claire Flowers, 1L Contributing Writer Each month, the Women Law Student’s Organization hosts a “Lunch and Learn” Event.  At these events, WLSO membership is invited to attend lectures, discussions,


WLSO Presents The Vagina Monologues

By: Leslie M. Lewis, 1L Section Editor During a time of such ardent national discord, W&L law students from all political persuasions found harmony on the Wilson Hall stage in

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Students Attend Trump’s Historic Inauguration

By: Sarah Telle, 1L Staff Writer On Friday, January 20, 2017, President Barack Obama peacefully transferred the power of the presidency to President Donald J. Trump. It was the 58th

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77L Congressman Goodlatte’s Shaky Understanding of the Honor System

By: David Thompson, 1L Contributing Writer Things did not go well as the 115th Congress got off to a rocky start. In their first days of legislating, Republican Members of


W&L Lacks Economic Diversity in Undergrad

 By: Jesse Stephens, 1L Junior Editor On January 18th, The New York Times released an article on economic diversity and student outcomes at elite colleges in the United States based

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Int’l Student Views on Legal Education in US

By: Junyong An, 3L Contributing Writer Pursuing legal education is an arduous journey that requires aspirants to bear a multitude of qualities: brilliance in intellect, audacity to withstand heavy workloads,


VA’s Natural Bridge Becomes State Park

By: Kokomo Metzger, 1L Staff Writer In late 2016, Natural Bridge became Virginia’s 37th state park. Though Natural Bridge has only recently become a state park, it has been an


Souper Success for W&L Campus Kitchen

By: Leslie Lewis, 1L Section Editor Chatter and laughter between friends, cadets, and neighbors, the tinny sound of silver clashing with crockery and tableware, and a full melodic acapella filled