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Annual Public Interest Fellowship Auction, 3/23
The Walter Lucas Public Interest Fellowship Program will host its annual auction on Friday, March. 23. The event will be comprised of both silent and live auctions. All proceeds from the event go toward providing fellowships to current students who commit their summers to performing public service work. Read more
Moot Court Board Sees Success in Competitions across United States
Six teams from Villanova Law’s Moot Court found recent success at competitions across the United States. Each team was comprised of two students from the Moot Court Board. Read more
Annual Donald A. Giannella Memorial Lecture, 4/3
Anthony T. Kronman, Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School and author of Confessions of a Born Again Pagan, will present at the annual Giannella lecture on April 3 at 3 p.m. in Room 201. Read more
Engaging Survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation in the Search for Justice, 4/5 - 4/6
The Villanova Law Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation leads cross-disciplinary workshops and discussions aimed at engaging the survivor community in the search for justice on April 5 and 6, 2018. Read more
Mass Exoneration and Ethics, 4/9
The David F. and Constance B. Girard-diCarlo Center for Ethics, Integrity and Compliance joins forces with leading criminal justice organizations to tackle this question and more as part of a daylong symposium entitled “Mass Exoneration and Ethics.” Read more
Graduate Tax Students Triumph at ABA Section of Taxation’s 17th Annual Law Student Tax Challenge
Dan Masciello and David Greenberg—LLM students in Villanova’s Graduate Tax program—recently won the ABA Section of Taxation’s 17th Annual Law Student Tax Challenge. Read more
Doris Brogan: Quoted in The Washington Post, "Why Fox News will probably not be penalized for airing a Seth Rich conspiracy theory" on Mar. 14.
Brett Frischmann: Authored an op-ed "Your NCAA bracket is a reverse Turing test" which appeared in Salon on Mar. 12.
Andrew Brandt: Appeared on CBS This Morning for "A top NCAA prospect was paid illegally to join a program" on Mar. 3.
Joanna McClinton '06
PA State Representative
Pennsylvania State Representative Joanna McClinton ’06 was recently appointed to serve on the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing. She is the first woman from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to serve on the Commission, which is charged with creating and maintaining a consistent and rational statewide sentencing policy through the adoption of guidelines that promote fairer and more uniform sentencing throughout the Commonwealth. Rep. McClinton joined the House of Representatives in 2015 after winning a special election. She currently represents the 191st Legislative District, which includes parts of southwest Philadelphia and Delaware County. Read more