For The Record

When Nadine Marsh-Carter, L’95, remembers her law school days, her thoughts turn to the relationships she built with classmates and faculty. For her, some of that grew out of being active in the Black Law Students Association at a time when Richmond Law had only a handful of students of color.

“We really enjoyed the social supports that provided the connections in terms of experiences and backgrounds and just the cultural commonalities that we all shared, although our backgrounds were very different,” she said.

Marsh-Carter is one of a growing number of alumni taking part in Richmond Law’s Oral Archive Project, which the school launched as part of its 150th anniversary celebration. Through the project, alumni throughout the decades are sharing their stories of how the law school shaped them and, in turn, how they shaped the Richmond Law community.

Recordings from the project then become part of the collections of Muse Law Library. Learn more here.