Fall 2010

Fall 2010 Washington University Law Magazine Cover

Washington University Law Magazine

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[view] Dean's Message
[view] An Increasing National Impact - The law school's national presence is on the rise
[view] Levin Seeks State Administrative Reforms - Professor Ronald Levin is helping develop an act to make state agencies easier, fairer, and more modern.
[view] New Faculty - The law school welcomes six new faculty and a prestigious visitor
[view] Innovative Programs - Two new programs provide modern approaches to career development and executive education
[view] International Law Workshop - Scholars in international and foreign relations law present cutting-edge research
[view] Justice for East Timor - Professor Leila Sadat seeks government accountability in East Timor
[view] Why I Teach - Professor John Drobak reflects on his passion for teaching
[view] Negotiating A Better World - Cash Nickerson's endeavors emcompass law and philanthropy
[view] Successful Sisters - Alumnae Rika and Rina Yano enjoy fulfilling careers in New York and Los Angeles
[view] Strategic Initiative - Tomea Mayer Mersmann is dedicated to expanding the law school's programs


[view] In Review - Professor Barbara J. Flagg "In Defense of Race Proportionality"
[view] In Review - Professor Frances H. Foster "American Trust Law in a Chinese Mirror"
[view] Faculty Profile - Professor Hillary Sale discusses corporate governance in her installation address
[view] Faculty Notes
[view] Alumni News - Two alumni are appointed to prominent government positions
[view] Alumni News - Firm challenge sets new alumni participation record
[view] Small Firm Spotlight - Three alumnae focus on family law at St. Louis firm
[view] Class Notes
[view] In Memoriam
[view] End Paper - Professor Peter Joy "Thoughtful Curriculum Development Crucial to Legal Profession's Future"