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Law lecture becomes viral video

The video of Regent Law Professor James Duane’s 5th Amendment lecture – popularly known as “Don’t talk to the police!” – is enjoying widespread viewership on the Internet. In the video, the loquacious professor advises potential criminal lawyers why their ...

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Nichol to leave W&M, rejoin UNC law faculty

Former College of William & Mary president Gene Nichol and his wife, Glenn George, are headed to Chapel Hill, NC, to rejoin the faculty of the University of North Carolina law school, reports The Daily Press. Nichol resigned the W&M ...

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A new approach to 3L

The Washington & Lee University law school has unveiled a new program, entitled “The New Third Year,” designed to make the last year of law school meaningful. Students will participate in a curriculum that is entirely experiential, using the final ...

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Mahoney to succeed Jeffries at U.Va.

Paul G. Mahoney, a corporate law expert at the University of Virginia, will become the 11th dean of the U.Va. law school on July 1. In announcing the appointment today, U.Va. President John T. Casteen III had high praise for ...

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Williamsburg’s College Delly won’t be a Starbucks

Here’s one for the alums of Their Majesties’ Royall Colledge of William and Mary in Virginia: The Delly has been saved. The College Delly, that is. Back story: Last September, a plan filed with the Williamsburg Architectural Review Board provided ...

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323 pass February bar exam

The results are in for the February 2007 bar exam. There will soon be 323 new Virginia-licensed attorneys, as reported by the Virginia Board of Bar Examiners. A total of 596 candidates took the February exam, for a pass rate ...

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