Upcoming Events

  • First Annual State and Local Tax Forum, 06/01

    The Villanova University Graduate Tax Program hosts its First Annual State and Local Tax (SALT) Forum at Villanova Law on Thursday, June 1. This event will bring together SALT thought leaders from around the country to openly discuss the relevant policy, practice, procedural and technical issues.

  • Inaugural Building Bridges Discussion Series, 04/25

    Join Villanova Law for our inaugural "Building Bridges" discussion series, featuring former United States Sens. Kelly Ayotte ’93 (R-NH) and Russ Feingold (D-WI). Mark C. Alexander, the Arthur J. Kania Dean and Professor of Law, will moderate a discussion as the panelists explore how they built bridges across partisan divides while in office, and how we can move forward in finding what unites us rather than what divides us.

  • Second Annual Anti-Poverty Symposium, 04/18

    Join us on April 18 for Villanova University's second annual Anti-Poverty Symposium in collaboration with the Villanova Sustainability Leadership Council and the Office for Mission and Ministry. This symposium will assemble experts in poverty alleviation and sustainability to discuss and motivate the community to contribute to the significant effort of building a sustainable planet free from poverty.

  • Eighth Annual Fashion Law Symposium, 04/14

    Few industries tout their sustainability credentials more forcefully than the fashion industry. However, carbon impact, transparency, labor, intellectual property and global supply chain issues continue to challenge a sector that is said to both reflect and lead culture. This year’s Fashion Law Symposium focuses on the multiple facets of sustainability that impact the attorneys representing brands, retailers and designers.



  • National Trial Team Completes Historic Competition Season

    During the 2022-23 academic year, members of the National Trial Team found success in various regional and national competitions, facing some of the best law school advocates in simulated jury trials. This year marked the first time in program history that Villanova Law teams received recognition in every competition.

  • Villanova Law Moot Court Board Thrives in Spring Competitions

    Villanova Law’s Moot Court Board members found success competing in national appellate advocacy competitions in spring 2023. Facing law schools across the United States, teams consisted of two students from the Moot Court Board, the principal oral advocacy organization at Villanova Law, which aims to enhance and showcase students’ courtroom and advocacy skills.

  • Ask the Grad: Class of 2023

    The Villanova University Charles Widger School is pleased to celebrate the graduates of the Class of 2023. This impressive group of students joins a tight-knit community of more than 12,000 Villanova Law alumni.

  • Inaugural Building Bridges Event Showcases Civil Discourse

    On Tuesday, April 25, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law held its inaugural Building Bridges discussion. The event, part of a new series, featured a fireside chat with former United States Senators Kelly Ayotte ’93 (R-NH) and Russ Feingold (D-WI).