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Lexington Episcopal Church Drops “R.E. Lee,” Becomes Grace Episcopal

By: Courtney Iverson, 1L Staff Writer On August 27th, fifteen days after the fateful protests in Charlottesville, Robert W. Lee IV, a young pastor and indirect descendant of his famous

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“History Room Guy” Gives Tips, Tricks For Law School Success

By: Skyler Speed, 2L Staff Writer History Room Guy Chimes in on Law School Success Skyler Speed The editors assigned “Law School Success Tips” as my article topic.  Personally, the

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Students Face Tough Truths in Defamation Experience Production

By: Evelyn Clark, 1L Staff Writer   Washington and Lee undergraduates, law students, and faculty gathered on October 25th to watch a dynamic performance about the way the law interacts

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Federalist Society Takes the Cake

By: Sarah Telle, 2L Section Editor   “You can support Jack Phillips and the Obergefell decision. This is not a case about gay marriage. It is one about the government

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Taking Uncommon Paths to W&L

By: Georgi Pisano-Goetz, 1L Staff Writer The average first-year law student is 24 years old, so perhaps it is not surprising that conversation around the law school bounces back and

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A Word From The Federalist Society

By: Alan Carrillo, 3L Staff Writer “Conservatism.” For many, the word only evokes images of red “Make America Great Again” caps at best or fiery Tiki torches at worst. For

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Between Reverence and Respect: Students Support “L” in W&L, but Question Legacy

By: Danielle Phillips, 2L Staff Writer The devastating events which occurred in Charlottesville ignited a nationwide discussion on the appropriate place for historical figures with controversial pasts. Universities and schools

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From the Desk of . . . The Moot Court Executive Board (MCEB)

By: Thomas Griffin, 3L MCEB Chair As the semester quickly begins to wrap up, I wanted to take this time to look back on what has been an excellent fall