Fall 2011

Fall 2011 Washington University Law Magazine Cover

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Thinking Globally

[view] Dean's Message
[view] Thinking Globally - The law school is Preparing Global Leaders
[view] Charting New Horizons - Faculty Expand International Scholarship, Teaching
[view] Part of Something Greater- Law School Plays an Integral Role in Washington University's World Presence
[view] All the World's a Stage- Law Students Have an Impressive Array of International Opportunities
[view] Africa Program Marks Ten Years- Africa Program Marks Ten Years
[view] All the World's a Stage pages 14-17- Law Students Have an Impressive Array of International Opportunities
[view] Global Expanse - Two Cutting-Edge Programs Address the World's Legal Marketplace
[view] Law School Alliance - Law School Forms Alliance with University of Queensland

Notes From The Field

[view] A Year in the Hague
[view] Out of Africa
[view] Dispatches from Afghanistan
[view] An American in Paris

Features

[view] Why I Teach - Professor Leila Nadya Sadat Recounts Inspirations Behind Her Teaching
[view] On Campus - School Welcomes New Professors, Visiting Associate Professors, Faculty Fellow
[view] The Big Apple - Law School Launches New York City Regulatory and Business Externship
[view] On The Move - Alumnus Sterling Miller Plays Key Role in Travelocity.com
[view] From Local to Global - Alumna Jennifer Schwesig Leads Armstrong Teasdale's International Growth

Departments

[view] In Review- Professor Adrienne D. Davis "Regulating Polygamy: Intimacy, Default Rules, and Bargaining for Equality
[view] In Review- Professor Pauline T. Kim "Beyond Principal-Agent Theories: Law and the Judicial Hierarchy"
[view] Faculty Profile- Levin Focuses on "Pragmatic Administrative Law" at Installation
[view] Faculty Notes
[view] Awards- Celebrating David Becker's 50 Years of Service and Beverly Owens Recieves Gloria White Award
[view] Small Firm Spotlight- Alumnus Ken Hoffman Seeks Just Compensation for Clients
[view] Class Notes
[view] In Memoriam
[view] End Paper- Professor Peggie R. Smith "U.S. Should Ratify, Align Laboe Laws with Domestic Workers Convention"