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January 14, 2016
Externships give students D.C. experience
Inaugural program builds skills, offers networking opportunities
For the four students who participated in Richmond Law’s inaugural D.C. Externship program, experience gained was as important as relationships built.
January 7, 2016
Students, Attorneys Partner in Pro Bono Criminal Appeals Program
MacDonald, Sherman gain experience, skill
Students highlight pro bono appeals work for criminal defendants as a top experience of their law school career and a chance to gain invaluable practice skills.
December 28, 2015
The Hague is site for first international Bridge to Practice fellowship
Internship equips alum for future in international human rights field
“I’ve always been interested in international human rights law,” said Alex Lydon, L’15.
December 10, 2015
Students offer trademark resources to entrepreneurs
IP clinic partners with RVA Works
On a Monday night in November, a dozen start-up business owners gathered in downtown Richmond for an introduction to trademark law.
November 2, 2015
3L Puts ROTC Skills to Good Use
Polina Tsvetikova takes part in culture program in Poland
As the only law student in the University of Richmond’s Army ROTC battalion, Polina Tsvetikova is putting her status to good use.
October 21, 2015
Law Review Team Launches New Online Edition
Web-only articles create new outlet for University of Richmond Law Review
If there’s one thing that Thomas DiStanislao, editor-in-chief of the University of Richmond Law Review, wants to make clear about the new Online Edition, it’s that it is absolutely not a replacement for the print issue of the book.
September 4, 2015
Call of duty
Law School alum serves as counselor to Gov. McAuliffe
Carlos Hopkins, L’96, had never met Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, but that didn’t stop him from answering a call to serve as his chief legal adviser.
When the center cannot hold
Q&A with law professor gives glimpse into challenges in Syria
The collapse of state authority and rise of ISIS in Syria reveal gaps and challenges to international law.
July 29, 2015
The Call to Criminal Law
A closer look at four students' summer internships
Richmond Law students J.P. Brown, Albert Flores, Kelly Gibson, and Dan O’Brien have one thing in common: They came to law school firm in the knowledge that they wanted to practice criminal law.
July 21, 2015
From Classroom to Congress
How one Richmond Law professor approaches a congressional testimony
Richmond Law professor Noah Sachs has just delivered his congressional testimony on the subject of regulatory reform. He’s exceeded his five-minute time limit by 30 seconds, but he’s not too worried about it.