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At U.Va., trial advocacy triumphs where football falls short

A trial advocacy team from the University of Virginia has accomplished what the school’s football team could not .  It defeated William & Mary. U.Va. here duly notes the fine achievement of its four-member mock trial team in taking the ...

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W&L law prof wins essay contest

Corporate governance policy is the focus of an award-winning paper written by associate professor Christopher Bruner at the Washington & Lee law school. Bruner was named the winner of the Association of American Law Schools 2010 Scholarly Papers Competition, for ...

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W&M to launch business law journal

A new law review at the College of William & Mary will deal with business law issues. According to a press release from the law school, the first issue of the student-edited William & Mary Business Law Review will be ...

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Law student wins $600,000 playing poker

U.Va. law student Leo Wolpert will start his second year with a big grin and a fat wallet. The former professional poker player won a World Series of Poker event in Las Vegas last month, pocketing $652,000 in winnings, according ...

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Law profs in the news

There’s a wealth of information about the achievements and advancements of law professors as the school year comes to an end. We note that the University of Virginia law school has snagged Saikrishna Prakash, a prominent constitutional law scholar, who ...

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