New Years in Williamsburg

There are plenty of great ways to spend the last day of 2015 in Williamsburg! Busch Gardens' Christmastown- Enjoy more than 5 million twinkling lights and their signature peppermint fudge hot chocolate as well as great shows. Happy Hogmany … [Continue reading]

Taking the MPRE

by Abby Snider, Class of 2016 One of the requirements for any state’s Bar Exam is the Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam – more commonly known as the MPRE. The MPRE is an exam based on the Rules of Professional Conduct. It basically … [Continue reading]

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year in Williamsburg

by Dakota Newton, Class of 2018, and Liesel Zimmerman, Class of 2018 For most of the year, Williamsburg, VA is just a nice place to live. During the holidays, it is magical! Though finals inevitably keep students busy for most of the month of … [Continue reading]

1L Semester Reflection

by Emily Bork, Class of 2018 My bags are packed, plane tickets printed, and in a few short hours I’ll be home for the holidays after having survived my first semester of law school! It’s hard to believe that the semester has already come to an … [Continue reading]

Visit by FEC Chairwoman Ann Ravel

by John Satira, Class of 2017 On Thursday, November 5, the Election Law Society sponsored an event in which Commissioner Ann Ravel, the chair of the Federal Election Commission (FEC), speak over the lunch hour. While a free lunch is always a draw … [Continue reading]

Geoff Shepard and the Watergate Scandal

by Blake Willis, Class of 2018 By attending William & Mary Law School, you will immediately gain access to events with some incredible people. Earlier this month, the school played host to a D.C. lawyer with a new perspective on a very … [Continue reading]

Student Environmental & Animal Law Society

by Rosemary E. Hambright, Class of 2016. Rosemary E. Hambright is from Beaumont, Texas, and is a 2011 graduate of Washington and Lee University. She is the publicity coordinator for the Student Environmental & Animal Law Society. The … [Continue reading]

The Inevitability of Exams

by Dakota Newton, Class of 2018 Thanksgiving is over, and finals, once so comfortably distant, are now just a week away. Hopefully, you put the time over the break to good use and have returned to W&M both mentally rested and feeling ready for … [Continue reading]

Annual Wythe Lecture with Professor Cristina Rodríguez

by John Satira, Class of 2017 Legal scholars and top-of-the-line practicing attorneys regularly visit William & Mary Law School and give presentations, talks, and lectures to the law school community, and I do my best to attend the … [Continue reading]

Co-Counsel Program: Law Alumni Serving as Guides for Current Students

by Blake Willis, Class of 2018 No matter where you go to school and no matter what you want to do, there is likely someone who as already been there, already done that, and likely has learned a lot along the way. One of the benefits of coming … [Continue reading]

BLSA’s Food Drive Extrava –CAN—za!

by Liesel Zimmerman, Class of 2018 On the night of Wednesday, November 18th, 1L students stayed late after class to get work done. Now, this is nothing new; but unlike most nights, the students weren’t working in the library. Instead, they … [Continue reading]