W&L Law Faculty Fellowships Announced

Washington and Lee School of Law Dean Nora Demleitner has announced the recipients of a number of annual faculty fellowships that recognize excellence in teaching and scholarship. Teaching Awards Prof. Michelle Drumbl directs the Tax Clinic and also teaches courses in Federal Income Tax.  She received the Jessine Monaghan Faculty Fellowship for Teaching awarded to … Continue reading W&L Law Faculty Fellowships Announced

Center for Law & History to Host Symposium on History, Property, and Climate Change

The Center for Law & History at the Washington & Lee University School of Law will host a symposium entitled History, Property & Climate Change in the Former Colonies this Friday, October 12, at the law school.  This symposium was organized by the Director of the Center for Law & Hisotry, Jill Fraley, an Assistant Professor of … Continue reading Center for Law & History to Host Symposium on History, Property, and Climate Change

W&L Law Faculty Present at SEALS

Several Washington and Lee Law School faculty members presented last week at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS). In addition, David Millon, J. B. Stombock Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law, took the helm as President of SEALS for the 2012-13 term. In addition to his duties … Continue reading W&L Law Faculty Present at SEALS

Call for Papers: Climate Change

This October, the Washington and Lee University School of Law's Law and History Center, in partnership with Virginia Sea Grant, will host a symposium on Climate Change in the Former Colonies: Challenges of Property and History. Dr. Jill Fraley, the Director of the Law and History Center, is overseeing the symposium details. Recognizing the unique … Continue reading Call for Papers: Climate Change

Prof. Fraley on Constitutional Change

Professor Jill M. Fraley, Assistant Professor of Law, recently posted on Professor Jack Balkin's blog, Balkinization. The post discusses the history of the Appalachian Regional Commission, which developed from John F. Kennedy’s campaign visit to West Virginia. It possesses a unique structure. State governors or their appointed representatives govern the board. The president appoints one co-chairman as … Continue reading Prof. Fraley on Constitutional Change