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An Unprecedented Rollback of Human Rights
In 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Fourteenth Amendment’s guarantee to personal liberty does not include the right to abortion and returned the power to regulate abortion to individual states. Justice Samuel Alito said in the Court’s m...

UW School of Law Commencement 2024
UW Law is proud to celebrate the Class of 2024 with a traditional, in-person ceremony on Monday, June 3 at 12 p.m. in the Alaska Airlines Arena on the UW Seattle campus.

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Cannabis’s Reclassification as a Schedule III Substance Explained
President Richard Nixon signed the Controlled Substances Act into law on October 27, 1970. This legislation broke down controlled substances into five levels, known as schedules, with substances such as heroin, LSD and cannabis listed under Schedule ...

Trip to U.S.-Mexico Border Gives UW Law Students Insights into Immigration Law
Hundreds of immigrants are dropped off each day by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at the Iris Avenue Transit Center in San Diego, CA, three miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border. Most have been detained for days, if not weeks, and are diso...

The Youth Tax
The Supreme Court has categorically ruled that the application of neuroscience research to the legal culpability of minors committing crimes, no matter how serious, must be considered in the criminal justice system. In addition to maintaining public ...

The Write Stuff: The Legal Analysis, Research and Writing Program at UW Law
On their first day of fall quarter, incoming 1L students jumpstart their legal education with the first in a series of required courses that lay the groundwork for their next three years of law school. And while each subsequent quarter comes with a n...

Terry v. Ohio: Two Legal Scholars Unpack the Fourth Amendment
In 1963, Terry and two other men were observed to be walking back and forth peering into a store window by a plain clothes policeman who suspected they may be planning a crime. The officer stopped and frisked the men, finding weapons on two of them. ...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Can College Applicants Mention Race or Ethnicity in their Applications?
Should you include your race or ethnicity in your college or graduate school applications? For more than half a century, admissions officers were free to factor in an applicant’s race or ethnicity into their decision as part of affirmative action ...

UW Law Hosts Faculty Panel Discourse on U.S. Supreme Court Case Trump v. Anderson
Was the Colorado Supreme Court justified in excluding former President Donald Trump from the 2024 presidential primary ballot on the basis of Section Three of the Fourteenth Amendment, a trial court’s finding that President Trump engaged in insurre...

The Extraordinary Career of Stephen Bright
In this episode of “Discovery,” we interview our first return guest, Professor Robert Tsai of the Boston University School of Law. Tsai visited the UW Law Faculty Colloquium to discuss his forthcoming (and fourth) book, Demand the Impossible: One...

The Laws of Space Mining
If fishing in international waters is legal, what about mining asteroids and the moon for water ice and precious metals? Turns out in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) is lawful, as governed by the Outer Space Treaty and Artemis Accords, and embraced ...

Operating in the Shadows
On June 29, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against race-based admissions at college campuses nationwide after hearing companion cases by Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) that challenged admissions programs at Harvard and the University of Nort...

Congress Has Spoken
Over the last half century, Congress has passed strong laws relating to environmental protection, covering a range of resources and industries. Despite these bold and comprehensive laws, implementation can be challenging, especially when it comes to ...

Set Aside and Ignored
On March 20, 2023, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Arizona v. Navajo Nation, a case in which UW Law professor Monte Mills, director of the Native American Law Center, filed an amicus brief with other professors and the Native Amer...

Building by Building
As part of UW Law’s storytelling around Black History Month, the Discovery podcast interviewed Dr. Kara Swanson, professor of law and affiliate professor of history at Northeastern University in Boston, about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. This l...

What Justice Means
U.S. Attorney Nicholas Brown is the first black U.S. attorney in Washington state history and the chief law enforcement officer in Western Washington. He chairs the Civil Rights subcommittee for all U.S. attorneys in the country. Brown recently visit...

The New Copyright Law Manifesto
Many of the performers and composers in legacy Black music have never been compensated for their cultural production, despite longstanding acceptance of their formative influence on the music industry. Copyright law doctrine includes formalities that...

First of its Kind
In 2020, the police-involved killings of Manuel Ellis in Tacoma and George Floyd in Minneapolis were two cases among many incidents across the nation which led to the recent establishment of the Office of Independent Investigations (OII) earlier this...

On Behalf of the People
Sexual assault affects many Washingtonians, but justice does not always come to survivors and their families. In many cases these violent felonies and sexually motivated offenses become cold cases. As a participant in the National Sexual Assault K...

Utility Players
The Seattle Mariners have a three-pronged mission: to win championships, create unforgettable experiences for fans, guests and employees, and to serve their communities. In the first episode of Season Five, we take you out to the proverbial ball game...

Law Dawgs Share Their 2023 Highlights and 2024 Resolutions
As Winter Quarter begins, a lively buzz fills William H. Gates Hall as students return to classes. We asked Law Dawgs across our academic programs to share highlights from 2023 and what they hope to achieve in 2024. Their answers range from personal ...

Together We Thrive: The Academic Success Fellows Program at UW Law
Stepping into a classroom for the first time as a law student can come with a mix of excitement and some anxiety. It can feel like uncharted waters with its combination of unfamiliar legal jargon and complex concepts. The Academic Success Fellows pro...

From the US Army to UW Law: Two Students Share Their Journey
From his earliest days at Joint Base Lewis McChord, Robert Dowling, 2L, felt the positive impact of how a military career would shape his future as a leader, and ultimately a practicing attorney. Monica Smith, 2L, also felt the transformative power o...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo
Signed into law in 1976, the Magnuson-Stevens Act requires fisheries operating within 200 nautical miles off the U.S. coast to allow federal observers onboard its vessels to collect data for preventing overfishing. In a potentially landmark Supreme C...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: How Class Action Lawsuits Work
Class action lawsuits are a powerful tool in the American judicial system, enabling a large group of individuals to collectively sue an adverse party in a lawsuit. With origins dating back to the early 19th century in West v. Randall, almost two doze...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The United States v. Google Case Explained
In what legal scholars are calling the biggest antitrust trial since the U.S. government’s 1990s case against Microsoft, the Department of Justice — along with dozens of states — alleges that Google has an unlawful monopoly on the search engine...

Welcome, Law Dawgs
We are thrilled to welcome the newest class of law students to UW Law! J.D., M.J., LL.M. and Ph.D. students arrived for their first day of Orientation as they met new classmates and began preparing for their first day of law school next week.

Three-Minute Legal Talks – Covering All Four Trump Indictments
Spread across four jurisdictions, former President Donald Trump faces both state and federal indictments ranging from mishandling classified documents to election-related falsehoods. With one court date already set for March 2024, observers are begin...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The 303 Creative, LLC v. Elenis Supreme Court Case Explained
In the Supreme Court case 303 Creative, LLC v. Elenis, a graphic designer's religious beliefs clash with anti-discrimination laws. As the Court examines the intersection of free speech and public accommodations, the outcome has the potential for cons...

The Significance of Allen v. Milligan, From the Lawyer who Argued the Case
On November 4, 2021, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed into law a new congressional map with redrawn boundaries for the state’s seven districts. The map included just one majority-Black district, just as it has since 1992, even though Black citizens...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The Supreme Court’s Brackeen v. Haaland Ruling
Congress enacted the Indian Child Welfare Act in 1978 to prevent the state-enforced removal of Native American children from their communities. At the time, studies showed 25 – 35% of Native children were taken from their communities and placed wit...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Raising the Debt Ceiling
Once considered routine congressional practice, the passage of new debt ceiling bills in recent years has turned into politicized showdowns between the nation’s two prominent parties. In January 2023, the previous debt ceiling — a cap imposed by ...

UW School of Law Commencement 2023
UW Law is proud to celebrate the Class of 2023 with a traditional, in-person ceremony on Monday, June 5 at 12 p.m. at Alaska Airlines Arena on the UW Seattle campus.

Two Questions for Graduating UW Law Students
As spring quarter wraps up and UW Law’s graduating students near the end of their legal coursework, we asked students about their most memorable experiences at UW Law as well as the goals they hope to achieve after Commencement and beyond.

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The Copyright Infringement Case Over Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud"
With more than 2 billion streams on Spotify alone, Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” is one of his most recognizable pieces of work. Composed in collaboration with singer and songwriter Amy Wadge, the song won two Grammy Awards for Song of the Y...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The Abortion Drug Mifepristone’s Legal Battle
Mifepristone provides an effective form of abortion for women throughout the United States and in over 90 countries worldwide. In April, a Texas judge issued an order withdrawing the FDA’s 2000 approval of the drug after a group of doctors brought ...

UW Law Students ‘Depose’ UW Emergency Medicine Residents
Medicolegal Day, a joint program combining UW Emergency Medicine residents and UW Law students, aims to prepare both cohorts for the realities of medical malpractice lawsuits. The day includes presentations on the basics of medical malpractice and le...

UW Law Tax Program Spends Week in Alaska Providing Tax Assistance to Residents
Many individuals in rural Alaskan villages face barriers to accessing professional tax services, making it difficult for them to submit their annual returns or resolve certain tax issues. To address this, the University of Washington School of Law Ta...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: The ICC's Indictment of Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes
Since Russia’s invasion of neighboring Ukraine on February 24, 2022, Ukraine claims Russia has forcefully deported thousands of Ukrainian children into Russia. The International Criminal Court (ICC), a global tribunal with 123 member states, classi...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Seattle Public Schools' Lawsuit Against Social Media Companies
On January 6, 2023, Seattle Public Schools filed a lawsuit against the companies operating TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, SnapChat and YouTube. The district asserts that the companies should be responsible for their contributions to the mental health c...

Three Minute Legal Talks: Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency
On October 3, 2022, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency where property owners were petitioning for the right to build a home on their property without securing a federal permit. At its core, the case c...

Three Minute Legal Talks: The Respect for Marriage Act
After passing both chambers of Congress with bipartisan support, President Joe Biden signed the Respect for Marriage Act into law on December 13, 2022. Proponents of marriage equality celebrated its passage as it provides protections for same-sex and...

Law Student Spotlight: Sam McVeety (Master of Jurisprudence)
As a data analyst at Google, McVeety understands the importance of emerging technology, but he grew concerned it was also causing unintended harms to groups of people. McVeety took Critical Race Theory at UW Law as a non-matriculating student to s...

Law Student Spotlight: Erick Quezada (Tax LL.M.)
Erick Quezada (Taxation LL.M.) was intrigued by tax, not for a love of numbers, but for a number of other things; the thrill of solving puzzles, being able to lay out sound legal arguments and helping people in need counted among the top. Now, as a m...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: United States Supreme Court case Brackeen v. Haaland
Before the passage of the Indian Child Welfare Act in 1978, Indian families faced the possibility of children being unnecessarily removed from their homes, and often their communities altogether. To address this, ICWA set up a series of legal standar...

What's one Interesting Thing You've Learned so far this Quarter?
With autumn quarter past its midpoint and finals just over a month away, we gathered a collection of responses to what has piqued students’ interest so far this academic year. Music: Happy Commercial by MaxKoMusic | https://maxkomusic.com/ Music p...

Student Spotlight: Maili Barber (IP LL.M.)
Upon becoming a lawyer in 2006, Maili Barber began her legal career working for—and on behalf of—several Western Washington municipalities. Eventually, her interests evolved over time. While she found a career in the courtroom representing cities...

Law Student Spotlight: Andrew Bryant (Health Law LL.M.)
A family member's cancer diagnosis upended Andrew Bryant’s understanding of what gave him, and his career, meaning. This new outlook ultimately motivated him to pursue an LL.M. degree in health care law at UW Law. Learn more about Andrew's journe...

UW School of Law Clinical Law Program Swearing-in Ceremony
Washington Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu presided over the annual Swearing-in Ceremony for UW Law's Clinical Law Program at William H. Gates Hall on Friday, October 14, 2022.

Dean Lawson Welcome Reception – Tuesday October 11, 2022
UW Law recently welcomed Tamara F. Lawson, the newly appointed Toni Rembe Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Washington. Distinguished speakers included: Blaine Tamaki, ’82 , UW Regent Mark Richards, UW Provost and Executive Vice ...

Student Spotlight: Annalyse Harris
After a year in Miami, Florida at St. Thomas University College of Law, Annalyse Harris, 2L, decided to switch things up. She applied to transfer to the University of Washington School of Law and received her admittance letter soon afterward. Watch...

Welcome, Law Dawgs
William H. Gates Hall rings this week with the lively sounds of our newest members of the pack! Incoming Law Dawgs — J.D., LL.M. and M.J. students — have arrived for UW Law Orientation one week before classes begin on Monday, Sept. 26. We are thr...

Student Spotlight: Niyura Jasso
Niyura Jasso (LL.M. '22), who graduates Fall 2022, was determined to study law after witnessing systematic injustices in her home country of Mexico. She enrolled in the University of Washington School of Law’s Sustainable International Development ...

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Using Therapeutic Principles in Legal Education
The pandemic produced two therapeutic updates for UW Law. The school became one of the first law schools in the U.S. to provide mental health counseling to students with an in-house therapist on staff. Legal writing professors also integrated therap...

I'm In: Ready for What's Next (Part 6, Allison Bolgiano)
In spring 2019, Allison Bolgiano was a newly admitted student to UW Law’s J.D. program. She shared her hopes and plans for law school. Now, we reconnect with Allison as a new graduate who is reflecting on her law school career. Her aspirations for ...

I'm In: Ready for What's Next (Part 8, Christine McFadden)
In spring 2019, Christine McFadden was a newly admitted student to UW Law’s J.D. program. She shared her hopes and plans for law school. Now, we reconnect with Christine as a new graduate who is reflecting on her law school career. Thanks to her le...

I'm In: Ready for What's Next (Part 7, Moses Merakov)
In spring 2019, Moses Merakov was a newly admitted student to UW Law’s J.D. program. He shared his hopes and plans for law school. Now, we reconnect with Moses as a new graduate who is reflecting on his law school career and how his experiences hav...

I'm In: Ready for What's Next (Part 9, Ali Johnson)
In spring 2019, Ali Johnson was a newly admitted student to UW Law’s J.D. program. She shared her hopes and plans for law school. Now, we reconnect with Ali as a new graduate who is reflecting on her law school career and how it has led to a deeper...

UW School of Law Commencement 2022
UW Law is proud to celebrate the Class of 2022 with a traditional, in-person ceremony on Sunday, June 5 at 4 p.m. on the UW Quad, in the heart of the UW Seattle campus.

Student Reflections on the First Day of Spring Quarter
On the first day of spring quarter, we took to the hallways of William H. Gates Hall to find out what Law Dawgs are looking forward to and what has inspired them while at UW Law. Music: bensound.com

Three-Minute Legal Tips: The Power of Sanctions on Russia
Unprecedented economic measures called sanctions have been adopted by the United States, the 27-state bloc of the European Union and their international partners to penalize Russia, the 11th largest economy in the world. These tough, stringent sanc...

Alumna Selena Ng on the Real-World Benefits of the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic
Selena Ng, UW Law class of 2021, is among numerous practicing lawyers in the Seattle legal market who are alumni of the UW Entrepreneurial Law Clinic. As a student, Selena pursued the hands-on, real-world experience offered by the Clinic in supportin...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Preparing for a Deposition
As attorneys prepare for trial, taking depositions is one of the most common methods of discovery. An out-of-court statement given under oath by any person involved in the case enables parties to know in advance what a witness will say at a trial.  ...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: The Importance of Patents
Inventors often wish to protect their intellectual property through obtaining patents. In general, patents have a positive effect on society because they promote innovation and help develop new products.      A patent is the right to exclude other...

UW Law alumni tribute to Stan Barer '63
The UW Law community shares its gratitude and reflects on Stan Barer's life and legacy.

A World of Good in 2021
From supporting one another to celebrating successes, we worked together for a world of good. Whether promoting the rule of law, advancing access to justice, advocating for social equity or weighing in on the most pressing current events and societ...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: What to Know as a Potential Juror
TV shows and movies present a glimpse into the workings of courtroom trials. Many potential jurors, however, aren't sure what awaits them when they receive a jury summons in the mail. Bill Bailey, a professor from practice at UW Law with experience ...

Returning to William H. Gates Hall
After a year and half teaching and working remotely, staff and faculty at UW Law reflect on their return back to in-person instruction and what they hope to see this upcoming academic year.

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Washington's Long-Term Care Payroll Tax
A new payroll tax to fund long-term care in Washington state is set to begin once the new year rolls over to 2022. Its goal — to provide long-term care coverage for every person who receives a regular paycheck in Washington — has prompted a lo...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Community Property States vs. Equitable Distribution States
How the courts will divide a couple’s marital assets during a divorce depends largely on whether the couple lives in a community property or equitable distribution state. Most states are equitable distribution states, which means the court consider...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Washington State Capital Gains Tax
Washington’s new capital gains tax goes into effect on Jan 1, 2022. This new tax brings up a number of questions, including: What capital assets are included and excluded? Does it apply to everyone with capital gains? Will this law pave the way for...

UW School of Law 2021 Commencement Ceremony
The University of Washington School of Law celebrates the amazing graduates of the Class of 2021, a class like no other, at this year's Commencement exercises.

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Non-Fungible Tokens
Non-fungible tokens — aka NFTs — are the hottest crypto assets on the blockchain these days, and entrepreneurs, artists and corporations are cashing in big. NFTs run the gamut of digital assets, with consumers purchasing tokens for artwork, spor...

Student Spotlight: The Power to Change a Country
Laya Madhavan, B.A. LL.B. ’17, had wanted to be a lawyer since she was nine years old. Years later, she was a part of a historic case that demonstrated the full power of the law. Madhavan, who has been practicing law in since 2018, played a key ro...

Public Interest Spotlight: Bill Schrader, 2L
UW Law student Bill Schrader 2L spent this past summer in the Law Offices of the Public Defender, 12th Judicial District, in Alamogordo, New Mexico. He joined a team of passionate, dedicated attorneys, and he was immersed in an environment powered by...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Daylight Saving Time
Each spring, every state but two "spring forward" from the dark winter into the brighter days of daylight saving time. The switch has been in place since World War I, when European countries figured out they could save oil and energy by delaying the...

Student Spotlight: Michael Angiulo
Over the course of his distinguished career as a Microsoft executive, Michael Angiulo 3L has presided over some of the biggest innovations in the history of personal computing. From his earliest days as an intern to leading the development of many o...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: The 20th Amendment
On its face, the U.S. Constitution's 20th Amendment is a largely procedural piece of legislation dealing with timelines and processes around transition of power and line of succession for newly elected officials. But in an election year unlike any o...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout
COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans are in effect throughout the country, and states are seeing varying degrees of success in efforts to make it as widely available as possible. As vaccination rates continue to rise heading deeper into 2021, communi...

Faculty on Finals
Law school has never been more challenging as the UW Law community weathers these unprecedented times. With final exams approaching, students are managing studies alongside immeasurable responsibilities that extend far beyond the virtual classroom, ...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: California v. Texas
On Nov. 10, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court heard the first case challenging a key component of the Affordable Care Act since the confirmation of its newest justice, Amy Coney Barrett. California v. Texas centers on the constitutionality of the ACA's i...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Recalling Elected Officials
Recalls are as old as America itself, and they have gotten no less messy over the centuries. Washington state has particularly stringent guidelines for when an elected official can and cannot be removed from office. In light of the recent petition t...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Disputed Presidential Elections
The 2020 U.S. presidential election is shaping up to be one of the most contentious in the nation's history, and there's a strong possibility Americans won't know the results on election night. In the event of a disputed election, a sitting presiden...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: Running a Business During COVID-19
COVID-19 has upended nearly every aspect of everyday life around the globe, and businesses have been hit especially hit hard. Many companies, organizations and start-ups are falling through on loans or failing to meet other contractual obligations, ...

Law Staff Welcome Students to the New Academic Year
UW Law staff make up a community of passionate professionals dedicated to supporting students along every step of their law school journeys. From essential behind-the-scenes roles to those who will play a part in students' lives well beyond law scho...

Welcome to the Pack, Law Dawgs!
Every lawyer has a first day of law school, and for most of this year's incoming students, that day is finally here. While students and faculty prepare kick off the 2020-21 academic year, the UW Law community is thrilled to join the J.D. and graduat...

Three-Minute Legal Tips: June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo
June Medical Services, LLC v. Russo is a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that had immediate impacts on the national medical community. In a close 5-4 decision, the court reversed a lower court ruling that required doctors who perform abortions to ha...

Legal Tips in Three Minutes: Bostock v. Clayton County
On June 15, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees from discrimination based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. This landmark case marks a major victory for the country's LGBTQ+ ...

Law School in the Time of COVID-19
As COVID-19 swept into Washington state in early 2020, the UW School of Law faced an uncertain road ahead amid evolving health guidelines and statewide pandemic-response efforts. When the University of Washington announced it was moving to remote in...

Legal Tips in Three Minutes: Tax Season
Tax season can be intimidating for many Americans, which is why it helps to get a head start and dial in the details well before the final deadline. Securing a solid tax preparer is one of the biggest keys to make that happen, says Scott Schumacher,...

Virtual Tour of William H. Gates Hall
Join us as we highlight several spaces, classrooms and works of art that help show why William H. Gates Hall is one of the premiere settings for a legal education. For a more detailed exploration of Gates Hall, download the self-guided tour that of...

Welcome to Spring Quarter!
Welcome to spring quarter, Law Dawgs! Though it's a little different this time as UW Law moves to remote operations, members of the UW Law community remain connected and here to support one another. Throughout the quarter, find key resources, addit...

Bar Prep Program at UW Law
UW Law alumni explain how the LL.M. Bar Prep Program equipped them with the tools they needed to pass the Washington State Bar exam.

I'm In: Life as a 1L (The First Quarter)
For new law students, the first quarter is a time of profound change that sets the pace for the next three years. In fall 2019, after months of anticipation, the members of the Class of 2022 officially kicked off their careers at UW Law — with All...

Celebrating Impact: Law Dawgs look back at 2019
As we ring in the Roaring '20s, join UW Law in celebrating our students' many accomplishments and proudest moments from the past year. Watch students share their proudest moments and highlights from 2019, and hear what they are looking forward to in ...

I'm In: Life as a 1L (Part 4)
Lawyering is a family affair for Ali Johnson. Yet despite deep roots in the Seattle community, Ali ultimately forged her own path — one that took her to Southern California, Washington, D.C., and back home to realize her biggest dream. As an inter...

Internship Spotlight: Suellen Camargos and Ijeoma Unachukwu
Suellen Camargos and Ijeoma Unachukwu were leading parallel lives long before they met at UW Law. Both had successful careers as attorneys in their home countries of Brazil and Nigeria, respectively. Both watched their countries grow as technology ...

I'm In: Life as a 1L (Part 3)
Ever since she learned about the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that established Japanese-American internment during World War II, Christine McFadden knew she wanted to get involved in the legal field. The granddaughter of one of the 120,000 Ja...

Students Gear Up for Fall Quarter at 2019 Orientation
In the week leading up to the start of classes, incoming UW Law students spent a packed four days learning from faculty and staff about what to expect as law students. Orientation, held at William H. Gates Hall Sept. 16-19, 2019, served as a jumping...

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