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Law Student Earns VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship more ...

 

WashU Expert: Marijuana Enforcement Change Could Backfire more ...

 

WashU Law Alumna named Schwarzman Scholar more ...

 

Prof. Adam Rosenzweig: House GOP Tax Proposal ‘Death of Neutrality’ for International Tax System more ...

 

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

 

Calendar of Events

Feb
01
Seoul National University President Nak-In Sung Lecture

President Nak-In Sung, Seoul National University president, speaks on “The Democratic Citizen and the Constitution of South Korea.” more

Feb
05
Making Modern War: Tensions & Teleologies

Mike Newton of Vanderbilt University Law School speaks on "Making Modern War: Tensions & Teleologies." more

Feb
07
Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman Talk

U.S. District Judge Sharon Johnson Coleman, JD’84, discusses judicial clerkships.  more

Feb
19
Margo Badgley Speaks On Cultural and Genetic Resource Protection Issues

“Square Peg in a Round Hole or the Perfect Fit? Cultural and Genetic Resource Protection Issues at the World Intellectual Property Organization.” 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...

Supreme Court Podcast

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

Harris Institute Blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda

The Harris Institute’s Blog features commentary on issues of foreign affairs and international and comparative law.   more...