Villanova Law School
Agents, attorneys, sports writers, and NFL alumni tackled such topics as domestic violence incidents, concussion litigation, and pro football past and present.
The forum brought together activists, academics, law enforcement, and legislators to compare notes on how to put an end to women and children forced into lives of prostitution.
Richard Trumka, former head of the United Mine Workers and a graduate of Villanova Law School, now heads the national AFL-CIO.
The dean of Villanova Law School says inaccurate admissions data — including GPA and LSAT scores — were knowingly reported to the American Bar Association.