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Lock Mess

It’s September, so law students are back in school, ready to learn lots and start looking for an elusive summer clerkship (2Ls) or an elusive job offer (3Ls). The 1Ls are just trying to survive, and according to Above the ...

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W&M Dean gets NCSC award

The National Center for State Courts has named Davison M. Douglas, dean of the College of William and Mary law school, a recipient of its 2010 Distinguished Service Award for contributions to the judiciary. The center cited Douglas’ contribution as ...

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W&M Dean gets NCSC award

The National Center for State Courts has named Davison M. Douglas, dean of the College of William and Mary law school, a recipient of its 2010 Distinguished Service Award for contributions to the judiciary. The center cited Douglas’ contribution as ...

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Bucking the trend (access required)

Law school applications are down about 10 percent from last year, nationwide and in the commonwealth. But two Virginia law schools – the University of Richmond and Regent University – are bucking that trend. Applications at UR are up 13 ...

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