Thefts and forgeries are only some of the intrigues that have fueled the career of William Charron, who most recently has helped launch the international Court of Arbitration for Art to settle disputes in the art world.
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July 26, 2018
June 27, 2018
Professor Ruth Mason, who was cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in an opinion issued Thursday, explains the implications of the court’s ruling that internet retailers can be required to collect sales tax.
June 22, 2018
Yuji Iwasawa of Japan has served as a professor, scholar and public servant. Now, he has been elected to serve as a judge on the International Court of Justice.
June 04, 2018
Robert F. Kennedy, a 1951 graduate of the UVA School of Law, was assassinated 50 years ago. In remembrance, here are words from some of his most inspiring speeches.
April 18, 2018
They become the 37th and 38th members of the UVA faculty to win election to the prestigious academy, founded in 1780.
April 02, 2018
He entered the country legally on an employment visa and has lived and worked in the Culpeper area for 15 years. Arrested for driving on a suspended license, he was facing deportation.
March 12, 2018
Apartheid was outlawed in South Africa in the early 1990s, yet some who were forcibly segregated by race continue to suffer. UVA law students volunteered more than 400 hours to help a law firm seek justice for their clients.
February 26, 2018
Judge Frank H. Easterbrook, who has served on the Seventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for more than 30 years, will receive this year’s Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Law.
January 31, 2018
The overall impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is still uncertain, according to a pair of veteran tax law experts, with charities generally, including educational institutions, losing out.
January 17, 2018
Del. Jay Jones, 28, discusses his time at UVA Law, his family’s legacy of public service and what millennials can contribute to politics.