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EVIL TWIN DEBATE 2021 - "Food Fight! Copyrightable or Simply Edible?"
With Ann Bartow, University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, and Cathay Y. N. Smith, University of Montana Blewett School of Law Wednesday, January 6, 6 p.m. EST The Intellectual Property Institute's Evil Twin Debate Series is founde...

Matal v. Tam: The Battle Between Trademark and First Amendment
This event, hosted by, the Student Intellectual Property Law Association (SIPLA) and the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA), features Simon Tam as the guest speaker Simon Tam was the defendant in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court...

Post-Election Conversation on Law & Democracy
Join Richmond Law Professors Hank Chambers and Jud Campbell, Professor Ernest McGowen from the political science department at the University of Richmond, and Professor Rebecca Green, a professor and co-director of the Election Law Program at William...

The Synopsis: Environmental Issues in the 2020 Election
In this episode of The Synopsis, Prof. Noah Sachs, an expert in environmental law, unpacks three critical issues involving energy, environment, and climate in the 2020 election.

The Synopsis: Led Zeppelin Copyright Case
Richmond Law professor Jim Gibson, an expert in copyright law, shares the Supreme Court's decision regarding the Led Zeppelin copyright case involving "Stairway to Heaven."

Law Review Symposium - Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots
The University of Richmond Law Review hosted its annual symposium on the social and legal precursors to the Stonewall Riots, the rise of LGBTQ rights in the United States, and the growth and impact of LGBTQ rights on various fields of law in the futu...

Emroch Lecture Series: We the (White) People by Professor Guy-Uriel Charles
In this virtual lecture, Professor Guy-Uriel Charles of Duke Law explores whether our constitutional framework is capable of eradicating structural subordination and whether we can develop a constitutional jurisprudence that is sufficiently robust to...

Welcome Back!
As we prepare to welcome our incoming and returning students to campus for the 2020-2021 academic year, see how we've prepared to keep students, faculty, and staff safe and healthy. (Music by Bensound Music.)

The Synopsis: USPTO v. Booking.com
Professor Kristen Osenga, an expert in trademark law, unpacks USPTO v. Booking.com — a case calling into question the trademark eligibility of a generic name, such as Booking.com.

The Synopsis: Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, 2020
Professor Hank Chambers, an expert in employment discrimination, unpacks Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia - a case in which the Supreme Court declared, by a 6-3 vote, that employees are protected against sexual orientation or gender identity discri...

JOLT SYMPOSIUM - “Technology, Innovation, & Modern Lawyering”
The University of Richmond Journal of Law and Technology ("JOLT") virtual Spring Symposium explores the changes technology has inspired in the business model of legal practices. Here speakers discuss a variety of topics including how innovations in t...

Rivers & Roads: A Tribute to the Class of 2020
Commemorating the Richmond Law Class of 2020 Rivers & Roads Created by Jim Gibson With help from Alex Brown, Emily Cherry, Julia Gibson, Jack Preis, Jane Savoca, Mary Ruth Walters. Photos & Video Credits: Brad Robinson, Carter Raymond, James Lovin...

2020 Carrico Center Pro Bono Certificate Recipients
Prof. Tara Casey, director of the Carrico Center for Pro Bono and Public Service and Michael Goldman, partner at Hunton Andrews Kurth and Firms in Service representative, celebrate the Pro Bono Certificate recipients.

The Synopsis: Virginia General Assembly 2020 Preview
The Virginia General Assembly convened for the 2020 session on January 8, and Professor Tara Casey is unpacking what you can expect this year. From gun reform to Confederate monuments, Prof. Casey previews the firsts, the lasts, and the in betweens. ...

EVIL TWIN DEBATE - Jan 4, 2020 - “Going Private: Can the Law be Owned?”
The 13th Annual Evil Twin Debate, entitled “Going Private: Can the Law be Owned?,” took place Saturday, January 4, 2020 at the AALS Annual Conference in Washington, DC, featuring Shyam Balganesh (University of Pennsylvania Law School) and Christ...

Race, Class, and Environmental Harm: Working on the Front Lines of Environmental Justice
Kendyl Crawford, GC'18, Director of Virginia Interfaith Power and Light, and Queen Zakia Shabazz, Coordinator of the Virginia Environmental Justice Collaborative and Bonner Center for Civic Engagement Fellow, joined Richmond Law students to share the...

Giving THANKS Tuesday
We’re grateful for the support of our alumni and friends every day here at Richmond Law. That's why today, we’re putting our own spin on Giving Tuesday to bring you Giving THANKS Tuesday. It’s our chance to send a great big THANK YOU to all tho...

The Synopsis: Sales Tax on Candy
In this episode of The Synopsis, Professor Hayes Holderness, an expert in tax law, explains how the ingredients in candies can impact their tax status.

Public Interest Law Review Symposium - Restorative Justice
The University of Richmond Public Interest Law Review hosted its annual symposium on restorative justice on Oct. 4, 2019. This symposium examines restorative justice principles in the criminal justice system and explores the different types of rest...

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