About Virginia Law Weekly
The Virginia Law Weekly newspaper is published by students at the University of Virginia School of Laweach Wednesday of the school year, excluding breaks and exam periods.
Virginia Law Weekly was first printed in 1948 and has been cited by several courts in published judicial opinions, including the U.S. Supreme Court in Patterson v. New York, 432 U.S. 197 (1977), the Fifth Circuit in Thermo King v. White's Trucking Service, 292 F.2d 668 (5th Cir. 1961), and various state courts.
The Law Weekly was first published online in the late 1990s, providing downloadable PDF versions of each week's edition. The website was expanded by Editor-in-Chief Scott Meacham '04 in the winter of 2004, and in the spring of 2005, Features Editor Joey Katzen '07 relaunched it as a full-featured interactive newspaper site. In the winter of 2016 Tech Editor David Markoff '17 redesigned the website.
The newspaper is happy to accept advertising and works hard to see that advertisers reach the market for which they are aiming. We advise reserving ad space early, and the publication dates are subject to change.
Please request a rate sheet and send your advertisement by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before Tuesday at noon on the week of publication. Useable formats in order of preference are: .tif (300dpi grayscale), .pdf, .jpg, and MS Word. E-mail communication is fastest, but please also feel free to call 434.924.3070 if you have any questions
Submitting paper or fax copy requires longer lead times and will result in a $25 composition surcharge.
The Law Weekly is located on North Grounds in on the second floor of Slaughter Hall in the Law School complex.
Virginia Law Weekly
University of Va. School of Law
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903-1789
Print subscriptions by mail are no longer available to new customers. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Virginia Law Weekly publishes letters and columns of interest to the Law School and the legal community at large. Views expressed in such submissions are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the Law Weekly or the Editorial Board. Letters from organizations must bear the name, signature, and title of the person authorizing the submission. All letters and columns must either be submitted in hardcopy bearing a handwritten signature along with an electronic version, or be mailed from the author's e-mail account.
Submissions must be received by 5:00 p.m. the Monday before publication and must be in accordance with the submission guidelines. Letters over 500 words and columns over 700 words may not be accepted. The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit all submissions for length, grammar, and clarity. Although every effort is made to publish all materials meeting our guidelines, we regret that not all submissions received can be published.