In a new co-authored paper, Andrew Hayashi and Justin Hopkins argue for a proposed new tax credit for low and middle-income households.
According to UVA’s Douglas Laycock the legal basis of Americans’ supposed right to a religious exemption to vaccination is less clear than such policies’ popularity would suggest.
Professor emeritus and foreign affairs scholar Brantly Womack corrects common misconceptions about China’s geopolitical power and charts a course forward.
A special investigative committee asked 35 companies to preserve the communications of hundreds of people potentially connected to the attack on the Capitol. A UVA legal expert weighs in on the situation and where it could lead.
Three alumni of the University of Virginia School of Law made notable contributions as public servants after the 9/11 attacks.
Myo Yan Naung Thein, who has spent decades trying to bring democracy to his home country, fled Myanmar in disguise after a military coup in February. Now he is at UVA, sharing his remarkable story with students.
McIntire School of Commerce professor Chris Maurer found that many organizations aren’t taking necessary cybersecurity measures – though they know they should.
Three UVA foreign policy experts discuss the regional and global implications of a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan and how the U.S. might redirect its foreign policy resources after a 20-year war.