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A Special Message to Our Students from Dean Joan Bullock

August 11, 2017

Welcome New and Returning Students!

It is with excitement that I welcome you to the new academic year.  As the new President and Dean of Thomas Jefferson School of Law, I bring with me...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Research Fellow & Adjunct Professor of Climate Law and Policy Kath Rogers '16 interviewed in San Diego Union Tribune story on the El Cajon Homeless

November 16, 2017

In late October, Lee Deeks, his wife, Traci, and some of their friends donned party hats and celebrated his 59th birthday with people who were donating food at Wells Park in El Cajon.

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Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Emerita Marjorie Cohn's latest commentary on the US and the International Criminal Court

November 16, 2017

On November 3, the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) informed the court's Pre-Trial Chamber, "[T]here is a reasonable basis to believe that war crimes and crimes against...

Alumni Profile: Christie Edwards '07 named Deputy Head of the Tolerance and Non-Discrimination Department in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe

November 15, 2017
  1. What year did you graduate?

     2007

  1. Please describe your journey from law school to where you are now.

 I graduated from law...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Innocent Bystanders music band featured in the latest edition of Normal Heights News.

November 15, 2017

Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Innocent Bystanders music band featured in the latest edition of Normal Heights News. Their story is on...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Research Fellow & Adjunct Professor of Climate Law and Policy Kath Rogers '16 interviewed in San Diego Union Tribune story

November 14, 2017

Arrests of homeless people in downtown San Diego have spiked in recent months as the city tries to fight a deadly hepatitis A outbreak, and there’s no sign things will change with the planned...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives Aaron Schwabach's latest article published in "The Recorder"

November 13, 2017

Twenty years ago the Fourth Circuit decided Zeran v. America Online, a decision which, on the positive side, made possible the internet we have today. On the negative side… it made...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Emerita Julie Greenberg Delivers Annual John F. Crigler, Jr. Lecture

November 10, 2017

On October 4, 2017, Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Emerita, Julie Greenberg, delivered the 2017 annual John F. Crigler Lecture at Boston Children's Hospital .  Professor Greenberg was...

Congratulations to Jennifer Carroll Foy '10 on winning her election to become a member of the Virginia House of Delegates

November 9, 2017

Democrat Jennifer Carroll Foy won her June primary by just 12 votes; now, she’s headed to Richmond.

Foy, a public defender in Arlington County, is the new delegate for Virginia’s 2nd...

Former Alumni Association President Jeremy Evans '11 article published in the latest edition of ABA's Entertainment and Sports Lawyer

November 9, 2017

Let us be honest — sports are always fun to talk about, on and off the field of play. There is a reason why it is a multi-billion dollar industry. When it comes to the places where the sports are...