Latin American Studies Latin American studies’ (LAS) focus is on the enormous diversity of the area known as “the Americas.” LAS is distinct in that we actively decenter the U.S. perspective on Latin America. What this means is that undergraduate students learn about Latin American communities and cultures by studying material from the U.S. alongside material from Latin America.
Law Library The Wolf Law Library's 400,000 volume collection, comfortable building and service-oriented staff offers students and other users an excellent setting for study and research.
Law School The Law School is a graduate school of William & Mary, offering a three-year J.D. degree program of full-time study, a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in the American Legal System, and the joint degrees of Law and Master of Business Administration, Law and Master of Public Policy, and Law and Master of Arts in American Studies.
Learning Resource Center The School of Education maintains the LRC to support its instructional programs. Among the various types of materials that may be checked out from the LRC are K-12 textbooks and supplemental curriculum materials, psychoeducational test instruments and audio-visual equipment. Course reserve readings are available for use in the LRC.
The Lemon Project Two William & Mary faculty members lead the multiyear effort to better understand the role of race in the university's history, including its connections to slavery.
Libraries William & Mary's library system includes Swem Library, libraries in each of the graduate and professional schools, and several smaller campus libraries.
Libraries Professionals Assembly The W&M Libraries Professionals Assembly promotes the interests and participation of its members in the affairs of libraries, the university and the profession at large.
Licensing & Trademarks The William & Mary Licensing Office, in partnership with Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), operates to promote and protect the marks of the university.
Linguistics Linguistics is a multifaceted field where diverse undergraduate students find common ground in their mutual fascination with language. We study language from a variety of different perspectives including the structure, history, acquisition, and cultural use of language.
Literacy For Life Literacy For Life improves lives by teaching adults literacy skills required for self-sufficiency, better health and meaningful participation in society throughout the greater Williamsburg area.