Calendar of Events

 
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Sept
11
 

World Peace Through Law Award

The Harris Institute will bestow the World Peace Through Law Award upon Former Prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz. more...  

Sept
11
 

International Experts’ Meeting

The Harris Institute will host an International Experts’ Meeting on “The Illegal Use of Force: Reconceptualizing the Laws of War,” September 11-12. more...  

Oct
30
 

Conference on Empirical Legal Studies

Washington University School of Law, the Center for Empirical Research in the Law, and Olin Business School are pleased to host the 10th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (CELS) on October 30-31. For more information and to register, visit here.

News & Headlines

 
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Orientation 2015 Offers Great Introduction to Law School more ...

 

Global Public Interest Law Fellows Provide Free Legal Services Around the World  more ...

 

Center for Empirical Research in the Law to Launch Tribal Law Digitization Project more ...

 

Biomedical Ethicist Dresser Offers Expert Commentary on ‘Right to Try’ Medications more ...

 

In Memory of Professor Neil Bernstein more ...

 

Profs. Norwood, Quinn, and Tokarz Bring Expertise to Municipal Court Reform  more ...

 

Prof. Quinn Calls for Juvenile Court Reform, Is Hopeful St. Louis County Can Emerge as National Model 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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Faculty Scholarship: Pauline Kim

Prof. Pauline Kim published “Addressing Systemic Discrimination: Public Enforcement and the Role of the EEOC” in the Boston University Law Review. more...  


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Faculty Scholarship: Leila Sadat

Prof. Leila Sadat published “Genocide in Syria: International Legal Options, International Legal Limits, and the Serious Problem of Political Will” in the Impunity Watch Law Journal. more...  

 
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Harris Institute Blog: Lex lata, lex ferenda

The Harris Institute’s Blog, Lex lata, lex ferenda (The law as it is, the law as it should be), features commentary on issues of foreign affairs and international and comparative law. more...  


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Community Engagement Website

Visit the WashULaw Community Engagement website for information on some of the ways that members of the WashULaw community are involved with the St. Louis community, to learn about forthcoming events and opportunities for engagement, and to read related faculty commentary in the news media. more...