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JAN
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January 2015 Intersession

WashULaw will hold Intersession January 5-9, featuring specialized CSO programming for 1Ls and short courses for upper-class students. more... 

 
 
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Michael Brown and the Police

Participants include Anthony Gray, Michael Brown’s Family Lawyer and WashULaw alumnus; Ron Johnson, Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain, appointed by Governor Jay Nixon to oversee security in Ferguson and the surrounding communities; and Kimberly Jade Norwood, Professor of Law and African-American Studies. more... 

 

News & Headlines

 
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Prof. Dresser Says Meningitis Outbreak Arrests Call for Renewed Focus on Drug Manufacturer Safety” more ...

 

Prof. Quinn Calls for Special Prosecutor in Cases Involving Deadly Force by Police Officers more ...

 

National Scholarship Roundtable Addresses Social Entrepreneurship, Community Lawyering, and Dispute Resolution  more ...

 

Privacy Law Expert Richards Says Police Body Cameras Can Be Effective, But with Caveats more ...

 

Prof. Legomsky Issues Statement at National Press Conference on Immigration Executive Actions 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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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...   

 
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Faculty Scholarship: Andrew Tuch

Professor Andrew Tuch’s chapter, “Conduct of Business Regulation,” is forthcoming in the Oxford Handbook on Financial Regulation. more...  

 
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Faculty Scholarship: Peter Joy

Professor Peter Joy’s co-authored article, “Systemic Barriers to Effective Assistance of Counsel in Plea Bargaining,” appears in the Iowa Law Review. more...