Four UVA Law alumni from the Classes of 1993, 2003, 2008 and 2013 share the twists and turns of life after graduation.
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February 08, 2019
June 29, 2018
Read about how Justice Anthony Kennedy’s time on the Supreme Court might be remembered, what the nomination and confirmation process looks like and more.
June 26, 2018
In a highly anticipated decision, a divided Supreme Court ruled that President Trump’s travel ban is “squarely within the scope of presidential authority.” UVA law professors break down what it all means.
January 10, 2018
Toby Heytens joins the remarkably large ranks of UVA Law graduates serving in similar positions. “It is difficult for me to imagine a better solicitor general for the commonwealth than Toby,” Law School Dean Risa Goluboff said.
October 31, 2017
Friends, colleagues and former students recalled Richard Merrill as an astute lawyer and an innovator in legal education.
September 12, 2017
After a quiet Supreme Court term in 2016, the 2017 term will be anything but, veteran legal scholar A.E. Dick Howard said. Howard and three other law professors will offer their thoughts on the past and upcoming terms Wednesday evening.
June 28, 2017
Janet Lauck Blakeman would not back down from a debate and was incredibly self-assured as a student. That quality stood out to her male classmates in the School of Law, especially at a time when women were a rarity in law schools.
May 17, 2017
Robert S. Mueller III, a 1973 alum of the University of Virginia School of Law and the longest-serving FBI director since J. Edgar Hoover, has been appointed as special counsel to oversee the investigation into Russia's interference in the presidential election.
May 02, 2017
UVA’s team triumphed over their rivals from Yale University, after finishing second to them last year. In all, 48 teams competed during the American Mock Trial Association’s annual competition in Los Angeles.
April 25, 2017
Versteeg is one of 35 fellows nationally to each receive the $200,000 award, given by the Carnegie Corporation of New York to fund significant research and writing in the social sciences and humanities.