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March 24, 2016
The 1985 graduate of UVA’s School of Law said he was ready to turn his “Making a Murderer” fame into a broader discussion on justice during a visit to the school on Wednesday.
March 07, 2016
Named last month as the recipient of UVA’s 2016 Distinguished Alumna Award, Garrett died Sunday of colon cancer. Law School Dean Paul G. Mahoney lamented the loss of her “energy, intelligence and good humor.”
February 02, 2016
U.S. Army Lt. Col. Frank Rosenblatt, a 2006 UVA Law graduate and military lawyer, is facing his toughest challenge yet.
June 02, 2015
In a 7-2 decision, justices sided with the clinic’s client, Pennsylvania man Anthony Elonis, who was appealing his conviction for making threats against his estranged wife and others on Facebook.
June 01, 2015
Paul G. Mahoney led efforts to strategically expand the school’s faculty, launch curricular innovations, enhance support for students and set records in fundraising.
May 20, 2015
In “a clear victory for the little guy,” the court ruled that felons who are no longer able to possess firearms may legally sell their guns.
May 04, 2015
Ashley Singletary-Claffee, who graduates May 17 from U.Va.’s School of Law, says she’s learned to embrace change to serve her broader career goals. But as a leader at the school, she has been steadfast in her desire to help fellow students have the best experience possible.
April 13, 2015
Monday’s Founder’s Day celebrations featured several U.Va. public events, including talks by the three recipients of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals, the University’s highest external honors.
April 10, 2015
Andrew Chen has been awarded a prestigious, two-year Equal Justice Works Fellowship that will allow him to provide legal aid to homeless youths in Los Angeles. “A big goal of this project is to give kids a second chance,” he said.