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First Year Curriculum

Introduces first-year law student to essential lawyering skills including legal analysis, predictive and persuasive writing, and oral communication. Prerequisites. This course requires special approval for registration; contact the professor for details. LAWR 518 Legal Analysis and Writing II. Semester hours: 2.

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Scholarships and Financial Aid

(Just Now) Richmond Law's financial aid program includes awards ranging from $5,000 to full tuition. Law scholarships are renewable annually for up to 6 semesters as long as a student is enrolled full time and making satisfactory academic progress toward their law degree. There are no additional stipulations.

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Language & the Law

(2 days ago) Working with law students was a draw and a new challenge for Dudley, who identified the position at Richmond Law as a “great opportunity to work with a different community,” she said. “Legal writing and analysis can be unlike other English constructions,” so she is able to use her linguistic knowledge “to assist in this different form

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2021-2022 Judicial Clerkships Handbook

(9 days ago) § Because a clerkship is a research and writing intensive job, law clerks are able to enhance these skills, which are essential in the practice of law. § Clerks learn a great deal about the law, legal procedure, and courtroom practice. § Because law clerks are exposed to a …

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Law Spiders Honored in Virginia 500

(Just Now) At Richmond Law the Career Development Office partners with each student to explore her/his goals and interests, evaluate legal practice areas and settings, develop application materials, refine their personal presentation skills, and connect with prospective employers to secure summer and post-graduate employment.

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Choosing Courses

(3 days ago) The Virginia State Bar permits rising 3Ls to practice in Virginia courts under the supervision of a licensed attorney, provided they have received a “Third-Year Practice Certificate.” To obtain this certificate, students must complete 4 semesters of law school, including courses in criminal law, procedure, professional ethics and evidence.

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Jessica M. Erickson

(2 days ago) Professor Jessica Erickson teaches and writes in the areas of corporate and securities litigation. Her scholarship has appeared in the Vanderbilt Law Review, the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Notre Dame Law Review, the Boston University Law Review, William and Mary Law Review, and Iowa Law Review, among other venues.Prior to joining the Richmond Law faculty in 2007, Professor Erickson

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Externship Program

(2 days ago) At Richmond Law the Career Development Office partners with each student to explore her/his goals and interests, evaluate legal practice areas and settings, develop application materials, refine their personal presentation skills, and connect with prospective employers to secure summer and …

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Meet Kathy Greenier

(4 days ago) Admissions. The Richmond Law admissions team is here to help prospective students as they start the law school journey. Set up a chat, learn about virtual admissions events, or explore the campus and meet students in the virtual tour.

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About the Library

(9 days ago) The Law Library provides outstanding services, resources, and expertise to enable Richmond Law students, faculty, and staff and other University users to achieve their educational, scholarship, and professional goals and serves as an important source of legal information for alumni and the public.

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Collaboration for Change

(9 days ago) At Richmond Law the Career Development Office partners with each student to explore her/his goals and interests, evaluate legal practice areas and settings, develop application materials, refine their personal presentation skills, and connect with prospective employers to secure summer and post-graduate employment.

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Cambridge Summer Program

(2 days ago) Classes and final examinations meet requirements of the Association of American Law Schools and the American Bar Association. The program is designed for students currently engaged in the study of law and in good standing at American Bar Association or Canadian Bar Association-accredited law schools.

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Alex Clay Hutchings

(2 days ago) Before joining the University of Richmond, Prof. Hutchings was a Law Library Fellow at the University of Arizona. He previously taught at the Career College of Northern Nevada and worked in museums and archives across Las Vegas. Prof. Hutchings is an avid banknote and coin collector and an active member of the American Numismatic Association.

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Henry L. Chambers Jr.

(2 days ago) Professor Henry L. Chambers, Jr., teaches and writes in the areas of constitutional law, criminal law, law and religion, and employment discrimination. He is active in the Virginia State Bar, including serving as chair of its Section on the Education of Lawyers from 2007-2009, and has been a member of the American Law Institute since 2002.

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Hayes R. Holderness

(2 days ago) Hayes Holderness is an expert in the field of state and local taxation. His scholarship, which primarily focuses on the political, historical, and constitutional forces that shape state and local tax systems, has been published in the University of Chicago Law Review, the Virginia Tax Review, the Florida Tax Review, and Professor Richard D. Pomp’s leading casebook, State and Local Taxation.

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DOJ for the Summer

(3 days ago) DOJ for the Summer. August 6, 2021. Students use summer fellowships to pursue internships with the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice’s competitive summer internship program for law students draws thousands of applicants every year. Three Richmond Law students landed spots in various sections for summer 2022.

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Leadership Boards

(7 days ago) At Richmond Law the Career Development Office partners with each student to explore her/his goals and interests, evaluate legal practice areas and settings, develop application materials, refine their personal presentation skills, and connect with prospective employers to secure summer and …

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New Law and Leadership Professor to Join University of Richmond …

(8 days ago) Chiao researches and teaches in the area of criminal law and criminal justice. He is the author of Criminal Law in the Age of the Administrative State (Oxford University Press 2018). He also has interests in the political morality of public law more broadly and is currently engaged in a research project on the rule of law in the algorithmic state.

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Series on Spring Course Offerings: Internal Corporate & …

(4 days ago) The Richmond Law & Business Forum will run several posts through the month of October on next semester’s course offerings related to business law. In this post, we asked Adjunct Professor Patrick Hanes to discuss his course on Internal Corporate & Government Investigations.

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Faculty and Staff

(9 days ago) Christopher A. Cotropia Professor of Law Director of the IP Institute Austin Owen Research Fellow Before joining the law faculty, Chris Cotropia taught at Tulane University School of Law, where he was the C.J. Morrow Research Professor for the 2005-06 academic year in recognition of his productivity as a scholar. He also practiced with Fish

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LLM & LLM/MBA Admissions

(6 days ago) Richmond Law’s LLM is a one-year, full-time, master’s level law program for lawyers whose first degree in law is from outside the United States. It offers an opportunity for lawyers to gain a strong grounding in U.S. law and the common law system while polishing their communication and legal English skills.

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Series on Spring Course Offerings: In-House Externship Program

(6 days ago) The Richmond Law & Business Forum will run several posts through the month of October on next semester’s course offerings related to business law. This post discusses the …

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Impact and Skill Combine in Environmental Law Internships

(2 days ago) Impact and Skill Combine in Environmental Law Internships. When it comes to summer legal internships, the field of environmental law opens the door to a variety of positions – and an even greater number of skillsets. These five students offer us a glimpse into their environmental law experiences over the summer of 2021.

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Richmond Law's Summer Fellowships Reach 131 Students

(6 days ago) Richmond Law's Summer Fellowships Reach 131 Students. July 16, 2021. Guaranteed funding program continues to support law school community. The University of Richmond School of Law awarded 131 Summer Public Interest Fellowships in 2021, totaling $522,318 in stipend funding. Since 2013, Richmond Law has guaranteed a summer of funding to students

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Diversity & Inclusion

(1 days ago) At Richmond Law the Career Development Office partners with each student to explore her/his goals and interests, evaluate legal practice areas and settings, develop application materials, refine their personal presentation skills, and connect with prospective employers to secure summer and …

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A New Approach to Business Law

(5 days ago) Professor Erickson has been at Richmond Law for nearly 15 years, and during that time, she has mentored hundreds of students interested in business law. She emphasizes that business law is a “big umbrella,” including a variety of topics relevant to businesses such as corporate governance, securities, tax, bankruptcy, and intellectual property.

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