Law students and faculty from the University of Virginia will return to the nation’s capital Tuesday to see a case they prepared – City of Hays, Kansas v. Vogt, testing the limits of compelled testimony – argued at the highest court in the land.
A $1 million seed grant from the University is kick-starting a program to seek signs of life in the universe beyond our solar system.
Interpreting and Representing Slavery and its Legacies in Museums and Sites: International Perspectives at the University of Virginia and at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello - March 19 - 21.
The reliability of eyewitness testimony continues to be an issue for law enforcement and the legal system.
The Center for Leadership Excellence (CLE) is proud to announce that Provost Tom Katsouleas has agreed to serve as the CLE’s third executive sponsor, along with Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Pat Hogan, and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Dr. Rick Shannon.