In the News
- Tulsa World
Washington and Lee Law Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson has published an op/ed in the Tulsa World examining Hobby Lobby Store, Inc. and the company's decision to challenge the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requirement that employers provide access to birth control.
- Essence Magazine
Washington and Lee Law Professor Robin Fretwell Wilson recently commented in Essence Magazine on the legal considerations relating to cohabitation by unmarried couples.
Washington and Lee law professor Robin F. Wilson comments in an NPR story on President Obama's decision to require Catholic employers to provide free contraceptives to their employees.
- New York Times
Washington and Lee law professor Robin Fretwell Wilson participates in a New York Times Room for Debate discussion on the evolving definition of marriage and what that means for children.
- The Volokh Conspiracy
In a guest post on the popular blog The Volokh Conspiracy, Washington and Lee law professor Robin F. Wilson comments on Greek family law reforms that jettison the practice of allowing Sharia Law to govern family matters for Muslims.
Law School News about Professor Wilson
- Robin Wilson Lectures on Family Law in Italy
Robin F. Wilson, Class of 1958 Alumni Professor of Law at Washington and Lee University School of Law, is lecturing on comparative family law this week at the University of Padua in Italy.
- Robin F. Wilson to Deliver Hofstra Distinguished Professorship Lecture
On April 7, Washington and Lee University law professor Robin Fretwell Wilson will deliver the 2010 Sidney and Walter Siben Distinguished Professorship Lecture at Hofstra University Law School.
- Law Faculty Scholarship Cited in FTC Virtual World Report
A recent report to the U.S. Congress from the Federal Trade Commission examining virtual worlds prominently cites the work of two Washington and Lee law professors.
- Robin F. Wilson Named to Chaired Professorship
Robin Fretwell Wilson, a professor of law at Washington and Lee University School of Law, has been named Class of 1958 Law Alumni Professor of Law.
- Law Professorís New Book Explores Human Side of Bioethics and Health Law
September 17 marks the ten year anniversary of the death of Jesse Gelsinger, the first person to die in a human gene therapy trial. Gelsinger's story is just one of the cases revisited in the new collection from professor Robin Fretwell Wilson.