UW Tribal Court Clinic learnings go all the way to the US Supreme Court.
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Carolyn Purnell ‘71 was one of the first two Black women to graduate from UW Law, almost 70 years after the first Black man, William McDonald Austin, graduated in 1902.
The Discovery Podcast, in conversation with UW Law professor Monte Mills on the amicus brief supporting tribal reserved water rights in the U.S. Supreme Court case Arizona v. Navajo Nation.
As the Justice in Motion app gains momentum, everyone at Living with Conviction (LwC) works to meet this growing demand for transformative change.
On Wednesday, March 8, 2023, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology and the Law held a hearing entitled “Platform Accountability: Gonzalez and Reform.”
Professor Nicolas is nationally known as an expert in constitutional law, evidence, sexual orientation law and intellectual property. Now Nicolas has combined his legal training with his growing academic interest in the study of music.