A Farewell to the 3Ls

by Liesel Zimmerman, Class of 2018 Just a few days ago, the members of the Class of 2017 donned their robes and walked across the stage to accept their diplomas. Hundreds of family members and friends gathered with the graduates at the Martha Wren … [Continue reading]

Lights, Camera, Auction!

by Sami Alsawaf, Class of 2017 The Public Service Fund is one of the most active groups on campus. They hold events and fundraisers all year long to raise money for students who work in unpaid public service internships over the summer. The … [Continue reading]

Speaker Series: Judge Katzmann Comes to Town

by Blake Willis, Class of 2018 One of the perks of being in law school, especially at William & Mary, is being able to hear from practitioners about their experiences in the practice of law. During the first week of April, Judge Robert … [Continue reading]

Five Things I Wish I Knew About Law School: A 3L’s Reflections

by Sami Alsawaf, Class of 2017 As a 3L getting ready to graduate on May 14th (not that I’m counting the days or anything…), I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking back on my decision to attend William & Mary and what life was like … [Continue reading]

Why I Chose William & Mary

by Alyssa Kaiser, Class of 2019 Looking back now, there were many factors at play that led me to choose to attend William & Mary for law school – and I have to say, I am still so happy with my decision. My career and locational goals … [Continue reading]

Exploring Richmond

by Eric Reid, Class of 2018 Let’s face it, during the course of the semester, everyone needs a break from studying. Fortunately, one of the great things about living in Williamsburg is being in the middle of a very exciting and growing region. … [Continue reading]

Alumnae Share Advice at Law School’s Annual Leadership Conference

by David F. Morrill, Assistant Director of Law School Communications. Republished with permission from the Communications Office. Cultivating mentors and champions. Developing essential soft skills. Building an authentic personal brand. These … [Continue reading]

Paper by Mary Catherine Amerine J.D. ’17 Earns Her Trip to Grammys

by Phoebe Brannock, BA ’18 This story was originally published on "The Gale," a blog of the William & Mary Alumni Association. William & Mary Law School has given Mary Catherine Amerine, a third-year law student, a strong … [Continue reading]

Pie-Eating Contest

by Sami Alsawaf, Class of 2017 One of the most popular groups at the Law School is the Bone Marrow Drive. The Bone Marrow Drive is a student group that holds fundraisers throughout the year to raise awareness of the National Bone Marrow Registry … [Continue reading]

Being a Journal Staff Member

by Marc Greco, Class of 2018 Before arriving here, I had heard of law journals—or law reviews, as they are also known—but understood very little of how they really worked. I like to think I understand a thing or two now that I’ve served on … [Continue reading]

Preparing for the 1L Job Search

by James Zaleski, Class of 2019 We are officially two months into the second semester, and the summer job search for the 1L class is well underway! While the 1L class is still busy as ever with our classes and the moot court competition, we also … [Continue reading]