2016-2017 News
WashULaw Faculty

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Three WashULaw graduates were recently named to the ABA’s Annual On the Rise-Top 40 Young Lawyers for 2018

June 2018

Prof. Elizabeth Sepper: More at Stake than Cake in SCOTUS Decision

June 2018

Prof. Neil Richards: Clear Principles Needed for Meaningful Digital Free Expression

June 2018

Washulaw Celebrates Commencement 2018 With Graduates And Guests

May 2018

WashULaw Recognizes Students, Alumna With Outstanding Service Awards

May 2018

Academic Excellence: Alumnus Honored with Top Graduates

May 2018

Environmental Clinic Adds Two Community Leaders to Advisory Board

April 2018

Washulaw Finishes as National Runner-Up in ABA Moot Court Competition

April 2018

Prof. Andrew Tuch Appointed to FINRA’s National Adjudicatory Council

April 2018

Harris Institute Presents Testimony on Gun Violence at the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights

February 2018

Prof. Peter Joy: Porn star payment raises ethics concerns

February 2018

Prof. Leila Sadat on gun-related violence and international human rights

February 2018

Prof. Rachel Sachs On How The Budget Provides Insight Into Trump Administration Drug Policy

February 2018

Prof. Peter Joy On the Supreme Court Case That Will Decide If A Lawyer Can Override A Client’s Wishes

February 2018

Law Student Earns VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship

January 2018

Prof. Peter Joy: Marijuana Enforcement Change Could Backfire

January 2018

WashU Law Alumna Named Schwarzman Scholar

November 2017

Prof. Adam Rosenzweig: House GOP tax proposal ‘death of neutrality’ for international tax system

November 2017

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

October 2017

WashULaw to Accept GRE

October 2017

Prof Greg Magarian on National Anthem Protests and Free Speech Controversy

September 2017

Prof. Sadat on Celebrating Peace in the Age of Trump

September 2017

Prof. Legomsky Weighs in on Trump’s DACA Decision

September 2017

Prof. Smith Named Ombuds for Danforth Faculty

August 2017

Convocation 2017: Students Encouraged to “Embrace the Opportunities”

August 2017

Prof. Magrarian on the First Amendment and the Nazi Flag

July 2017

Prof. Dresser Addresses the Legalization of Physician Assisted Suicide in Dementia Cases.

July 2017

Prof. Norwood offers expert commentary on K-12 school policies on African-American hair.

July 2017

Prof. Lewis Publishes a New Guide to ‘Telling Your Story’

July 2017