Calendar of Events

Search Type
  • Jan 28
    11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Virginia Diversity Day is a partnership between the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University, Liberty University School of Law, Regent University School of Law, University of Richmond School of Law, Washington & Lee University School of Law, and the William & Mary Law School to promote diversity in schools across the Commonwealth.

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually
  • Feb 03
    9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Join the University of Richmond Public Interest Law Review for a virtual symposium discussing the topic of domestic violence, featuring keynote speaker and professor of gender violence intervention at Virginia Commonwealth University, Dr. Sarah Jane Brubaker. This Symposium will examine the impact of recent Supreme Court cases such as Bruen and Dobbs on domestic violence, as...

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually, Via Zoom
  • Feb 09
    12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

    In our (somewhat biased) view, Richmond Law is a great place to begin your legal education. Whether it is the collegial community or a capital city full of opportunities, we’re glad you’re tuning in to find out what makes our law school stand out from the rest. These sessions will allow for time with admissions representatives where you can have individual questions...

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually
  • Feb 17
    8:45 AM - 5:00 PM

    Join the University of Richmond Law Review for an in-person symposium entitled "Overlooked America: Addressing Legal Issues Facing Rural United States." Presentations will focus on specific legal issues facing rural communities as well as the urban-rural divide. Topics will include access to justice in rural America, water resources in indigenous communities, the coal industry’s degradation...

    University of Richmond, Jepson Alumni Center, Robins Pavilion
  • Feb 24
    10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    Join the University of Richmond Journal of Law & Technology to learn about recent technological, legal, and regulatory developments that are propelling exciting changes to our energy grid. Speakers will discuss several topics including P2P energy trading, blockchain-backed carbon markets, and vehicle-to-grid connectivity.

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually, Via Zoom
  • Feb 24
    11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    In our (somewhat biased) view, Richmond Law is a great place to begin your legal education. Whether it is the collegial community or a capital city full of opportunities, we’re glad you’re tuning in to find out what makes our law school stand out from the rest. These sessions will allow for time with admissions representatives where you can have individual questions...

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually
  • Mar 06
    2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

    In our (somewhat biased) view, Richmond Law is a great place to begin your legal education. Whether it is the collegial community or a capital city full of opportunities, we’re glad you’re tuning in to find out what makes our law school stand out from the rest. These sessions will allow for time with admissions representatives where you can have individual questions...

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually
  • Mar 11
    9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    A one-day, in-person workshop for college freshmen where under-represented students can find answers to important questions about law school, create a local network of colleagues and legal professional guides, and develop their understanding of the legal field culture. 

    University of Richmond, School of Law
  • Mar 21
    1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

    In our (somewhat biased) view, Richmond Law is a great place to begin your legal education. Whether it is the collegial community or a capital city full of opportunities, we’re glad you’re tuning in to find out what makes our law school stand out from the rest. These sessions will allow for time with admissions representatives where you can have individual questions...

    University of Richmond, Offered Virtually
  • Mar 27
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Join the University of Richmond School of Law as they welcome Richard Hasen, professor of law and political science and director of the Safeguarding Democracy Project at UCLA Law, for a presentation entitled "A Constitutional Right to Vote: Why We Need It and How to Get It."

    University of Richmond, School of Law, Moot Courtroom