Law professor and alumnus Richard Bonnie spent decades building the case against the death penalty in the Old Dominion. The practice was abolished in late March.
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February 11, 2021
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October 12, 2020
Still, Michael Gilbert says legal challenges could gum up the process if the election is close.
September 29, 2020
As his students looked on, UVA law professor Thomas Frampton successfully argued that a man who spent 42 years in prison was never lawfully sentenced.
September 25, 2020
In her research on constitutional rights, law professor Mila Versteeg found that citizens seeking to hold governments accountable makes the biggest difference in fending off tyranny.
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May 20, 2020
Going from a small town to a big city prosecutor’s office wasn’t an easy journey for Brooke Swann, a recent graduate of UVA’s School of Law.
April 24, 2020
Matt Simpson, who has been blind since childhood, was poised to head to the Paralympics to compete in goalball after earning his law degree in May. Simpson will join Sidley Austin in Washington, D.C., as a litigation associate.
March 10, 2020
Merchant was a trailblazer at the U.S. Golf Association and also represented Tiger Woods early in his career.