Nicolas Cornell Receives the 2019 L. Hart Wright Award for Teaching Excellence
"Professor Cornell conducts his class like a beautiful symphony, out of which the theory of contracts can be heard in a loud, clear, and delightfully stimulating way."
Awards and Honors 2018-2019
Pogue Panelists Advise Students on Navigating the Future of Big Law
With the practice of law becoming increasingly business centric, this year’s Pogue Panel addressed the influence of technology on the legal profession, preparing for an economic downturn, and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.
LAW Breaks Offers Student Advocates Experience in the Field
1L Kaitlyn Beyer entered law school with the goal of becoming an advocate for survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Through a Legal Alternative Winter (LAW) Breaks trip, she found her first opportunity to gain practical client experience in a real-world setting.
Oral Advocacy Competition Prepares 1Ls for Campbell Moot Court and Beyond
“You can't be a one-trick pony,” says 1L Austin Fregene of his approach to the 1L Oral Advocacy Competition (OAC). As someone who didn’t debate in high school, Fregene viewed OAC as a chance to hone his public speaking and persuasive argument skills.
April 23: Public Service Banquet
April 24: Last Day of Classes
April 25-29: Study Days
April 27: Junior Scholars' Conference
April 30-May 9: Exams
May 10: Senior Day