In the Media

Inslee appoints Raquel Montoya-Lewis as first Native American to sit on Washington Supreme Court

The appointment makes the UW Law alumna the first Native American justice in Washington Supreme Court's history. Source: The Seattle Times

Boston Dynamics’ ‘terrifying’ robotic dogs have been put to work by at least one police agency

Massachusetts State Police has become the first law enforcement agency in the nation to put Boston Dynamics' robotic dog to work. Ryan Calo, associate professor of law at the UW, is quoted. Source: Washington Post

Northwest hotelier-turned-ambassador Gordon Sondland faces impeachment spotlight

Although charges of lying to Congress are relatively rare, they could loom if Intelligence Committee Democrats determine Sondland knowingly gave false testimony, said Jeff Feldman, a University of Washington law professor. (Source: The Seattle Times)

"You Are Not Limited by Your Identity"

Dean Barnes addressed students at a forum aimed at creating opportunities for racial and ethnic diversity in the justice system.

James R. Ellis '48 remembered

Alumnus Jim Ellis, who preserved Washington’s nature and spearheaded public works, dies at 98. Source: The Seattle Times

Opponents say I-1000's affirmative-action policy would hurt veterans. This UW law expert disagrees

The measure, which Washington state voters will decide on in November, also has the support of many veterans groups. Professor Hugh Spitzer is quoted. (Source: Crosscut)