Public Interest Law and Policy Speakers

Governor Romney speaks in Graham Chapel

The 2018-2019 Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series features an outstanding line-up of judges, lawyers, authors, and academics with expertise in public interest law and policy. The year-long, interdisciplinary series brings to Washington University nationally and internationally prominent experts in such areas as civil rights, racial justice, capital punishment, international human rights, government public service, and pro bono private practice. Initiated by the Clinical Education Program in 1998 as part of the 25th anniversary of the program, this popular series is now in its twenty-first year.

Each program is free of charge and open to the public. All programs will be held in Anheuser-Busch Hall, unless otherwise noted. All of the following talks provide 1.0 hour of Continuing Legal Education credit: Karen Musalo, Prof. Daniel Epps, Judge Chrinstine Van den Wyngaert, and Michael McLively. For more information, contact Karen Tokarz at 314.935.6414 or

Parking Information: Visitors are encouraged to review the University parking web site at for detailed information about parking on campus.

See below for a gallery of our upcoming speakers for the 2018-2019 season.


For more information including event locations, please see our LAW SCHOOL CALENDAR.