Upcoming Events

  • The Best President You’ve Never Heard Of: Calvin Coolidge, the Common Law and Successful Policy, 04/11

    Under President Calvin Coolidge’s leadership, the nation enjoyed unparalleled growth. The Eleanor H. McCullen Center for Law Religion and Public Policy welcomes New York Times best-selling author Amity Shlaes on Tuesday, April 11 as she delivers a fascinating talk about Coolidge, his life and what we can learn from his policies and philosophy.

  • Lewis H. Gold ’62 Lecture on Ethics & Professional Responsibility, 04/04

    The Girard-diCarlo Center will host the second annual Lewis H. Gold ’62 Lecture on Ethics and Professional Responsibility on Tuesday, April 4. Jill Wine-Banks, author of "The Watergate Girl: My Fight for Truth and Justice Against a Criminal President," will talk with Dean Mark C. Alexander about her book and experience as the only woman on the Watergate prosecution team.

  • The 2023 Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal Symposium, 03/31

    What are the legal implications of starting a league that features a growing sport? How do leagues continue to adapt to the challenges of maintaining player safety and wellness during and outside competition? How will leagues combat evolving media deals and collective bargaining agreements? The 2023 Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal Symposium will offer commentary on these issues and more as their top hosts and panelists examine the present and future effects of creating new sports leagues.

  • 2023 Matthew J. Ryan Law and Public Policy Forum, 03/31

    The 50th anniversary of Title IX has been much celebrated over the past year. What have been the successes and failures of the past 50 years? What issues do we face in the present? What challenges in interpreting and enforcing Title IX will arise in the future? The 2023 Matthew J. Ryan Law and Public Policy Forum will bring together attorneys, experts and government officials to discuss the wide range of matters covered by Title IX, from athletics to STEM, pregnancy to gender identity, and sexual misconduct to due process.



  • Villanova Law Alumna Returns to Transform Pro Bono Focus

    As the inaugural Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law Director of Public Service and Pro Bono initiatives, Janine Dunlap Kiah ’07, has many aspirations, but perhaps none more important than placing pro bono work at the forefront of Villanova Law.

  • A New Legacy for Graduate Tax Alumnus and Adjunct Faculty Member

    On March 7, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law dedicated room 306 as The Lann S. and Christopher P. Woehrle Classroom. The installation recognizes a $100,000 gift from alumnus and Graduate Tax Program adjunct faculty and advisory board member Christopher Woehrle ’82 JD, ’85 LLM.

  • The Practice of Helping People

    Villanova Law class of 1985 graduate Michael Pansini has always been in the business of helping people. Whether it’s lifelong philanthropic efforts or running one of the most successful Philadelphia-based law firms over the course of the last three and a half decades, he strives to put others first—including the Villanova Law community.

  • Villanova Law Named Finalist in Bloomberg Law's Inaugural Law School Innovation Program

    Villanova Law has been named a finalist in Bloomberg Law’s inaugural Law School Innovation Program, which recognizes law schools that have implemented instructional programs that advance new approaches to legal technology implementation and legal education. The University was chosen as one of 10 finalists from an applicant pool of more than 60 institutions nationwide.