Since being appointed a federal judge by President Obama in 2010, Carlton W. Reeves has overseen several high-profile cases, including one in which he sentenced three men who killed a black man and proclaimed “white power.”
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April 27, 2017
The 1828 Collection represents Jefferson’s vision for education at the Law School. Supported by the Jefferson Trust, the books will be made freely available online.
April 26, 2017
Zachary and Alexander Nemtzow have remained close since birth. They will continue their journey together after graduating from UVA’s School of Law as patent attorneys at the same Boston law firm.
April 13, 2017
Winners of the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medals – the highest external honors bestowed by the University – shared remarks Thursday as part of Founder’s Day festivities, celebrating Jefferson’s birthday at UVA and Monticello.
April 05, 2017
The North Grounds Softball League helped build community for a remote-feeling outpost. Four decades later, it’s still fulfilling that role – and providing five-figure checks for local charities through its annual spring tournament, which it hosts again this weekend.
March 29, 2017
The course, “Professional Responsibility,” features a competitive game in which teams of law students weigh potential ethical challenges buried within everyday business decisions.
March 20, 2017
John Norton Moore seemed bound for a nice academic career in real property law before a prestigious fellowship and a fateful assignment led him on a pioneering new path.
March 17, 2017
A new website compiling the opinions, publications and speeches of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s career on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is launching just in time for hearings on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
January 18, 2017
The “Making a Murderer” star and UVA alumnus shared with School of Law students on Tuesday how truthful storytelling can be persuasive in court. Strang is a lecturer for the January term course, “Persuasion.”
January 06, 2017
Sensing an explosion in the industry, George Kliavkoff left his job at the largest and most profitable privately held media company in the United States to help globalize Jaunt VR, a young company promising to revolutionize cinematic virtual reality.