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W&L Students Intern Abroad Over Summer

By: Courtney Iverson, 1L Contributing Writer Summer internships can be a source of both excitement and anxiety for many law students. For a significant number of us, the summer after

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Immersion Leaves 3Ls Angry and Confused

By: Lizzie Jenkins, 3L Staff Writer I had low expectations for immersion, but it was worse than I ever thought it could be. Admittedly, I came into immersion with a

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Tax Evasion Inspires Architectural Style?

By: Georgi Pisano-Goetz, 1L Contributing Writer Maybe, at some time or another, you have fallen prey to the type of tall tales told about certain historical tours. The guides are


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 Writes Brief for ACLU. Oh Sh#t!

By: Georgi Pisano-Goetz, 1L Contributing Writer At the bizarre intersection of HBO, coal magnates, and men in giant squirrel costumes, there now stands an even more unexpected figure: Washington &

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First Amendment Meets Fake News

By: Jesse Hamrick, 1L Contributing Writer “You can’t believe everything you read.” Blanket statements such as this have been repeated countless times. It’s true. False information does not magically become


Rockbridge Pie Festival Takes the Cake

By: Haley Goode, 2L Layout Editor The 8th Annual Rockbridge County Pie festival was held at the municipal pool in Lexington on Saturday, September 9. The fundraiser, orchestrated by a

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New Year, New You, New Student Organizations

By: Elizabeth Lilienthal, 2L Staff Writer   The Organizations and Activities Fair this year was held on Friday, September 1st. In case you missed it, here’s an overview of some