Congratulations to Dean Jim Gibson and Professor Chris Cotropia, whose articles were included in a study of the 25 most cited papers in intellectual property over the last 10 years. Professor Cotropia made 3 lists (9th for 2009-2013 for all types of IP, 6th for 2009-2013 in patent law, and 18th for 2009-2013 in patent law for a second article). Dean Gibson was noted for having the 8th most cited article for 2004-2008 for all types of IP.
Among Richmond Law's diverse class of 1Ls are nine students with graduate degrees, two with Ph.D.s, two with Top Secret security clearances, several with EMT certifications, and many with service backgrounds in the U.S. armed forces. Two students taught in China and France, and one student was a DUI Standardized Field Sobriety Test Practitioner. Meet the class of 2017!
Twenty-seven Richmond Law students volunteered at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden's Community Kitchen Garden, which provides food to to FeedMore of Central Virginia. Organized by the school's Harry L. Carrico Center for Pro Bono Service, students prepared beds and planted vegetables as part of this year's 1L Orientation program. Read more
Fulbright grant recipient Prof. Noah Sachs conducted research in India during the spring of 2014, learning and teaching at the National Law School in Bangalore. Read Prof. Sachs's recent article on the garbage crisis in Bangalore, Garbage Everywhere
Congratulations to M. Hannah Lauck, former Richmond Law adjunct professor and co-director of the John Marshall Scholars Program. The U.S. Senate confirmed Judge Lauck to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia on June 10, 2014.
Congratulations to Kathleen Dwyer, L'14, and Christie Marra, L'91. Kathleen is the recipient of the Virginia State Bar's Oliver Hill Law Student Pro Bono Award. Christie is the recipient of the VSB's Legal Aid Award. Both will be presented during a luncheon at the VSB Annual Meeting this summer.