Innocence Project Northwest Client Donovan Allen Freed After 15 Years in Prison

Donovan Allen was freed from prison after spending nearly 16 years wrongly convicted of his mother’s murder. UW Law students and staff helped to bring forward evidence of Donovan’s innocence.

How UW Law Alumni And Startup Hall Are Shaping Seattle’s Tech Scene

As a law school that offers educational opportunities in entrepreneurial law, intellectual property and technology policy, the UW School of Law is forward-thinking and tech-oriented, as are the graduates it produces.

Gates Public Service Law Program Marks 10 Years

It began in homage to a man who believes the greatest gift we give the world is “showing up.”

UW Law Student Researches Industry Gender Inequity, Calls for Reforms

Women routinely outperform men in university classrooms across the United States and are invited more often than men to join student honors societies — yet women continue to be paid far less than similarly qualified male colleagues.

2015/2016 Gregoire Fellows Share Their Stories and Inspiration

Hear from the first cohort of the Gregoire Fellows how their diverse backgrounds inspire them.

Central Intelligence Agency Director Visits UW Law to Discuss the Future of the Agency

The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) John Brennan spoke to UW Law students during his first visit to Seattle.