Recent Articles by
Melissa Castro Wyatt
February 24, 2023
UVA legal and political experts consider the likely outcomes, good and bad, of the war in Ukraine.
February 20, 2023
Ukrainian Olena Protsenko is a staff attorney in the School of Law. She is working on behalf of Ukrainian victims and offering students a once-in-a-lifetime work experience.
September 21, 2022
“Serial” host Sarah Koenig turned to Deirdre Enright, head of the Innocence Project, for some investigative help. UVA’s findings helped kick off the 12-part blockbuster podcast.
August 29, 2022
The beloved staffer began her career working on a typing pool on the Monday after her high school graduation in 1972. “Working is all I’ve ever known, and I’m a loyal person,” Harris said.
August 10, 2022
The Roadmap Scholars Initiative supports students who are interested in the legal profession but lack the role models, mentors or financial means to prepare and succeed.
July 29, 2022
She’s jumped from planes, searched for missing hikers and helped save lives. Now, this Virginia Beach native wants to pursue a UVA law degree.
July 20, 2022
Charlottesville civic leader Whitmore Merrick Jr. had his Second Amendment rights restored with help from UVA’s Decarceration and Community Reentry Clinic.
July 15, 2022
UVA Law’s Innocence Project looked into a murder conviction gained by a corrupt Norfolk cop, and helped exonerate a man who served 20 years in prison.
May 16, 2022
As a largely unsupervised youth who finally found a place to land with her grandparents, Elizabeth Harris began to think about other children who weren’t as lucky.
July 01, 2020
Online care, a curbside pharmacy and parking lot dental services are just a few of the answers Colleen Keller and her team have come up with as the clinic fights to care for uninsured patients during a pandemic.