University of Richmond Law Magazine

A photograph of a young mother holding a baby, walking through a war damaged street in Ukraine
September 29, 2023
The technology battlefield
Associate professor Rebecca Crootof is on the front lines of considering new legal horizons as technologies evolve.
Kwadwo Yeboah-Kankam and Jeremy Lorenzo-Rivera
September 25, 2023
Reunited in service
2013 graduates Jeremy Lorenzo-Rivera and Kwadwo Yeboah-Kankam started their law school years as strangers. By graduation, they were close friends and study partners.
Corinna Lain on a parachute jump with the Army's Golden Knights
September 26, 2023
This scholar flies high
Richmond Law professor Corinna Lain soared during a tandem jump with the Golden Knights, the Army’s demonstration and competition parachute team.
Sara Tandy, L’19
September 22, 2023
Committing to inclusion
Sara Tandy, L’19, works to address how the law school guides its students in a diverse and multicultural legal world.
Dean Wendy Perdue presents Clark Williams with the Clark Williams Distinguished Service Award
September 25, 2023
In Brief
A man of kindness
Professor W. Clark Williams retired after more than four decades at Richmond Law. Here’s a lightly edited excerpt of charming remarks by a colleague at his retirement party.
Alyssa Harrison, L’25 and Bailey Ellicott, L’24
September 25, 2023
Career Development
A boost to public service
More than 100 Richmond Law students received fellowships totaling $375,000 to explore career options in the public and not-for-profit sectors.
Jonathan Mark, L’16
September 27, 2023
Alumni Profile
Invisible signals
Even as a kid, Jonathan Mark, L’16, knew he wanted to work in communications. He realized only later that this interest would take him through law school.
Katie Rose, L’23
September 25, 2023
Around The School
A graduation cap, then a crown
Only something exceptional will prompt a new law graduate to put the bar examination on the back burner. This one was crowned Miss Virginia.