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About Vivian E. Hamilton

Professor Hamilton’s research interests include family law and adolescents and the law. Teaching at William & Mary Law School since 2007, Hamilton has forged a strong connection with student organizations. She serves as the faculty advisor for the Black Law Students Association, the Equality Alliance, and the Journal of Race, Gender, and Social Justice. Hamilton’s finds inspiration in her students, who are often involved in their communities, engaged in national issues, and producing scholarship themselves. She currently serves as the Chair for the Governance & Nominations Committee of the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, and she previously served as the Chair of the Association of American Law Schools’ Section on Family Law.

Positions

Present Professor of Law, College of William and Mary William & Mary Law School
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Recent Works (1)

Domestic Relations (1)

Constitutional Law (1)

Juveniles (5)

Psychology and Psychiatry (3)

State and Local Government Law (1)

Politics (1)

Comparative Law (1)

Human Rights Law (1)

Law and Society (4)

Civil Rights (1)

Women (1)