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Dean Alexander elected to the AALS Executive Committee
The Association of American Law Schools (AALS) recently elected Mark C. Alexander, Arthur J. Kania Dean of the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, as a member of the AALS Executive Committee. Read more


Villanova Students earn Second Place Finish at Annual Tulane Professional Football Negotiation Competition
A team of students from Villanova Law recently competed and placed second in the 4th Annual Tulane Professional Football Negotiation Competition, sponsored by the Tulane Sports Law Society. Read more
 

Mass Exoneration and Ethics
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

Edward Stephen ’05 CLAS named Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations
Mark C. Alexander, Arthur J. Kania Dean and Professor of Law, recently announced the appointment of Edward Stephen ’05 CLAS as Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations for the Charles Widger School of Law. Stephen, who joins the Law School on January 17, was selected following a national search. Read more


Villanova Law Tax Colloquium, Tax and the Sharing Economy, 2/16

Leading tax scholars from across the country gathered at Villanova Law to examine and debate the complexities of tax and the sharing economy. The colloquium, sponsored by the Scarpa Center for Law and Entrepreneurship, is designed to foster free-flowing discussion and to encourage fresh perspectives on challenging issues. Read more


Fourth Annual Fashion Law Symposium, 2/23

"The Rules of Fashion: Understanding the Regulatory Side of the Fashion Industry" will bring together lawyers and non-lawyers to examine the various regulations that fashion designers and companies regularly encounter. Read more

 

Law School Event Calendar

Faculty Highlights

Todd Aagaard: Quoted on NPR's Marketplace podcast "Law and Odor: a crime story about orchids, pig smell, refineries, and you" on Jan. 30.

Josephine Sandler Nelson: Her paper, "'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Corporate Crime," won both the Holmes-Cardozo Award and Distinguished Proceeding Prize at the 2017 Academy of Legal Studies in Business.

Michael Moreland: Quoted in the Bloomberg BNA article "Supreme Court Inaction Could Open New Front in Gerrymandering War" on Feb. 6.

   

Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Spotlight

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