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  • Reunions Law Alumni Weekend: Early bird discount expires April 1
    May 8-10, 2015 Reconnect with classmates and make new friends, share laughter and memories, and recall how you built the foundation for who you are today.
  • Magna Carta Turns 800
    Reflecting on 800 Years of Magna Carta UVA Law Professor A. E. Dick Howard is advising the Library of Congress' 800th anniversary exhibit and lecturing around England.
  • Externships Prove Popular
    Externships Catch on With Students Just a year after it launched, the Law School's externships program is thriving. The program offers three paths for students to receive academic credit while working.
  • SCOTUS Clinic
    Clinic Brings Henderson v. U.S. to Court The Supreme Court will hear a UVA Law clinic case that pits gun regulations against individual property rights.
  • Small-section dinner
    Finding Community in Small Sections The path to creating community among UVA Law students and faculty starts with first-year small-section classes.
  • SCOTUS Clerks
    Four Alums Will Clerk Next Term Galen Bascom '13, Andrew Kilberg '14, Ben Tyson J.D.-MBA '14 and Jonathan Urick '13 will clerk at the U.S. Supreme Court next year. Virginia is fourth in contributing the most clerks to the court from 2005-14.
  • Pro Bono Clinic
    Investigating Innocence Students are mounting an extracurricular effort to investigate claims of innocence alongside UVA Law's Innocence Project Clinic.
  • Schauer
    Magna Carta and Its Constitutional Status Professor Frederick Schauer discusses the widely held belief that the United Kingdom has no constitution—or that it has no written constitution. But legal philosophers and most constitutional theorists know better.


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