Law student completes pro bono internship in Peru and becomes student board member of Richmond Global Health Alliance
Two teams of Richmond Law students played in the 31st Annual Virginia Law Softball Tournament which raised more than $25,000 for charity, including $20,000 for the nonprofit Children, Youth & Family Services, Inc. in Charlottesville, Va.
In March, seventeen law students donated their time to work with children and seniors during Spring Break. In 2013, the School of Law's Harry L. Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service began offering an Alternative Spring Break program to allow law students to provide legal assistance to and engage with the local community.
Third-year law student argues case before the Virginia Court of Appeals
Twenty-two percent of the 2013 Super Lawyers in the South Atlantic - Virginia hail from the University of Richmond School of Law.
School of Law's revamped legal writing program offers 1Ls solid foundation in legal research, writing, and analysis
On Oct. 11, 2013, the Virginia Equality Bar Association was formed, thanks to the work of Ashley Moore, L'14, and more than 20 legal professionals. The advocacy group is devoted to the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people.
Second and third-year law students had the opportunity to learn about international law and finance issues presented by the economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa (also known as the "BRICS" countries) during an intensive course offered in October.
Greg Collins, L’15, found his relationships with fellow veterans to be critical when transitioning to civilian life. As a Tillman Military Scholar, he’s hoping to build the same community among local veterans.
Law professor Andy Spalding encourages conversation about emerging field of international anti-bribery legislation.