Poets&Quants for Undergrads honored the school for its top marks on alumni surveys, high return-on-investment and ongoing curriculum innovation, among other qualities. more >
The study counters a popular image of lawyers as a largely unhappy bunch prone to depression, substance abuse and suicide, said law professor John Monahan, who has tracked UVA Law’s Class of 1990 for nearly 30 years. more >
Which begs some questions: Who makes such calls? Why does it matter? And how do business degrees fit into science, technology, engineering and math? more >
In 2012, Gillian “Gill” Frank filed a suit contesting a voting law that prevented some expatriates from voting. Friday, his country’s Supreme Court ruled in his favor, saying the law violated the country’s constitution. more >
The ruling means that people making Social Security claims should have an easier time finding legal representation to advance their cases. more >
The ruling, covered widely in Virginia media, brings to a close the neglected health challenges of female inmates at a prison in Fluvanna County. more >
Have you ever wanted to speak up at work but worried that what you have to say could cause offense, or even worse, jeopardize your job? Darden professor Jim Detert has some great advice for you. more >
Several major companies are expected to go public in 2019, including billion-dollar “unicorns” like Uber and Lyft. Darden professor Susan Chaplinsky explains what the new year’s high-profile IPOs could mean for the stock market. more >