Calendar of Events

 
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Oct
23
 

PILPSS: Angela Onwuachi-Willig

The Ties Between Till and Trayvon  more... 

Oct
24
 

Monumental Disagreement: Identity and Public History

Annette Gordon-Reed, the Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History and Professor of History, Faculty of Arts & Sciences at Harvard University, will join Washington University Professors Iver Bernstein, Adrienne Davis, David Konig, and Rebecca Wanzo on this panel discussion.  more... 

Oct
25
 

Mound City Bar Association 5th Annual Legislative Symposium

Legislative Issues Impacting the African American Community. Hosted by Professor Kim Norwood and Maurice Graham of Gray Ritter & Graham, P.C.  more... 

Oct
26-28
 

ASIL Midyear Meeting

2017 American Society of International Law Midyear Meeting.  more... 

Oct
30
 

PILPSS: Norman Ornstein

“One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported”  more... 

 

News & Headlines

 
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Prof Sachs Co-Authors Paper on Medicaid and the ‘Best-Price Rule’ Model for Drug Pricing more ...

 

WashULaw to Accept GRE more ...

 

Prof Greg Magarian on National Anthem Protests and Free Speech Controversy  more ...

 

Prof. Sadat on Celebrating Peace in the Age of Trump more ...

 

Prof. Andrew Tuch on "The Remaking of Wall Street" more ...

 

WashULaw Spotlights

 
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ABA Required Disclosures

View information on our placement, admissions, resources and other important data. more...   

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Happy 150th Anniversary

Founded in 1867, WashULaw is celebrating 150 years of excellence. more...   

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The Supreme Court Database

The Supreme Court Database is the definitive source for researchers, students, and journalists interested in the U.S. Supreme Court. more...  

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Supreme Court Podcast

Professor Daniel Epps co-hosts “First Mondays,” a cutting-edge seasonal podcast on the Supreme Court. more...  

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Harris Institute Blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda

The Harris Institute’s Blog, Lex lata, lex ferenda, features commentary on issues of foreign affairs and international and comparative law. more...