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Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants.
Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants.

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We’re thankful to our amazing alumni: More than 50 percent gave back to UVA Law for a record 13th year in a row.
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Michele Goodwin, a biotechnology and health policy expert, and Kimberly J. Robinson, an expert in education law, will join UVA Law as visiting faculty starting in the fall.
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UVA Law faculty and alumni tell us what they’re reading this summer and offer suggestions that should be on your list.
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Read Jianne McDonald’s ’19 interview with Linda Gordon Howard ’73, the first black student and the first woman to become the Law School’s student president.
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Class of 2018 graduates Jay Travis Williamson and Brock Phillips recently won freedom for their Appellate Litigation Clinic client. Read more and listen to the argument audio. https://at.virginia.edu/2KSLFBE
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From free speech and religious liberty to campaign finance, we celebrate our First Amendment faculty in the latest UVA Lawyer issue.
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UVA Law professors John Harrison and A. E. Dick Howard share their thoughts on Justice Anthony Kennedy’s legacy and what’s next for the Supreme Court.
The Court After Kennedy
The Court After Kennedy
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UVA Law professor Aditya Bamzai, who presented a rare independent amicus oral argument at the Supreme Court in January, was mentioned 31 times in the Ortiz v. U.S decision. Professors Saikrishna Prakash and Caleb Nelson were also cited.
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Thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court, online retailers can no longer make billions in sales while avoiding the collection of state sales taxes. UVA Law Professor Ruth Mason explains the Wayfair decision.
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Peirce Moser ’99, who prosecuted David Letterman’s blackmailer, is one of many distinguished prosecutors who trained at UVA Law to pursue justice for the victims of crime.
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