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Scholarly Commons on NPR’s Fresh Air
Scholarly Commons, the law library’s institutional repository at W&L, received a mention and praise today on NPR’s Fresh Air.  Host Terry Gross interviewed Linda Greenhouse about her new book, The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Right (with Michael J. Graetz).  Greenhouse names the Powell Papers at W&L as a source for the papers of […]  read more about Scholarly Commons on NPR’s Fresh Air
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Brant J. Hellwig, The Constitutional Nature of the United States Tax Court,35 Va. Tax Rev. 269 (2016).
Nora V. Demleitner, Implementing Change in Sentencing and Corrections: The Need for Broad-Based Research 28 Fed. Sent'g Rep. 303 (2016).
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Powell’s Virginia Industrialization Group Papers Now Online
In 1958, a group of Virginia businessmen informally organized for the  purpose of promoting industrial development in the state.  Their first order of business, however, was to convince Governor Almond to keep the public school system open, and to abandon massive resistance to school desegregation.  They reasoned that businesses were unlikely to move to a […]  read more about Powell’s Virginia Industrialization Group Papers Now Online