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June 01, 2022
A UVA professor who helped create red flag laws after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre says more states need to adopt them, and consider new laws as well, to address school shootings.
May 03, 2022
UVA Law professor Douglas Laycock comments on what may be going on behind the scenes now that a draft decision linked to Roe v. Wade has been leaked.
April 22, 2022
From an MIT engineering degree to business consulting to law school, Tiffany Mickel has allowed intellectual curiosity to set her path.
April 12, 2022
Accepting this year’s Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Law, Stephen Breyer said the success of democracy in America is up to today’s high school, college and law students.
March 24, 2022
Speaking in her own capacity and as a constitutional law expert, Goluboff discussed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s qualifications and likened her to retiring Justice Stephen Breyer.
February 22, 2022
Law professor Paul B. Stephan, an expert on Russia and post-Soviet legal systems, says it’s important to understand Russia’s true objectives in the conflict over Ukraine.
January 19, 2022
In his article “The Great American Retirement Fraud,” Michael Doran, a tax law expert and faculty affiliate of the Virginia Center for Tax Law, outlines what went wrong.
January 18, 2022
The January term class, co-taught taught by a Law School alumnus who serves as a consultant for the show, focuses on the thorny legal questions that come up on the award-winning series.