Calendar of Events

 
more  
 
Sept  
17
 

Constitution Day Speaker

Sherrilyn Ifill, NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, will discuss "From Brown to Ferguson: the Unfinished Business of Civil Rights" at noon in the Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom (AB Hall, No. 310). more... 

 
Sept  
22
 

Harris World Law Institute Lecture

Professor Gonçalo Matias, Catholic University of Portugal, will lecture on “Constitutional Implications of the Financial Crisis in Europe” at noon in the Peper, Martin, Jensen, Maichel and Hetlage Classroom (AB Hall, No. 401). more... 

 

News & Headlines

 
More  
 

Health Law Expert Sepper Reacts to Missouri Legislature’s Recent Action on Abortion Waiting Periods more ...

 

Professor Richards Writes in Forbes about Whether Posters of Hacked Nude Celebrity Photos Can Be Held Liable more ...

 

Fall Public Interest Law & Policy Speakers Series Kicks Off September 8, Takes on Timely Issues more ...

 

Prof. Quinn Publishes Co-authored Op-ed in Huffington Post: 'When Will Youth of Color Receive Same Due Process as Officer Wilson?' more ...

 

Faculty Share Expertise with National, International News Media on Legal Issues in Ferguson, Tax Inversion, Corporate Governance, Medical Ethics, and more view ...

 




WashULaw Spotlights

 
More  
 
Faculty Member  

ABA Required Disclosures

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

 
Faculty Member  

Open Letter from Dean Staudt

Newly appointed Dean Nancy Staudt issues an open letter to the Law School Community.  more...   

 
Faculty Member  

Faculty Scholarship: Susan Appleton

Prof. Appleton’s article, “Leaving Home? Domicile, Family, and Gender,” was published in the UC Davis Law Review. more...  

 
Faculty Member  

Faculty Scholarship: Adam Rosenzweig

Prof. Rosenzweig’s article, “An Antigua Gambling Model for the International Tax Regime,” will appear in the Washington University Journal of Law & Policy. more...