Calendar of Events

 
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Feb
19
 

Margo Bagley 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... 

Feb
21
 

Installation Ceremony for Professor Tamanaha

Professor Brian Z. Tamanaha will be installed as the John S. Lehmann University Professor.  more... 

Feb
22
 

Dean’s Reception with MELSA

Dean Nancy Staudt and the Middle Eastern Law Students Association are hosting. All students are invited to enjoy music, food, and conversation.  more... 

Feb
27
 

Leslye Obiora speaks on African Development

Professor of Law at the Univ. of Arizona, speaks on "Reframing Accountability: Leadership Enterprise for African Development."  more... 

Feb
27
 

PILPSS: Timothy S. Mangan

Assistant U.S. Attorney, S.D. Ohio, will speak on “Material Support of Terrorism: Issues and Lessons in the Age of ISIS”.  more... 

 

News & Headlines

 
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Prof. Leila Sadat On Gun-Related Violence and International Human Rights more ...

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Prof. Peter Joy: Marijuana Enforcement Change Could Backfire more ...

 

WashULaw Spotlights

 
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ABA Required Disclosures

View information on our placement, admissions, resources and other important data. 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...  

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Supreme Court Podcast

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

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Harris Institute Blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda

The Harris Institute’s Blog, Lex lata, lex ferenda, features commentary on issues of foreign affairs and international and comparative law. more...