UW School of Law faculty, students and alumni are working to solve global problems that impact us all.
Join us Oct. 18 and Nov. 1 for innovative legal lectures on issues affecting entrepreneurs.
The UW Board of Regents recently has approved endowed appointments for law faculty.
Colloquia feature distinguished scholars and nurture UW Law’s dynamic community. The Autumn quarter series starts Oct. 6.
Xuan-Thao Nguyen is internationally renowned for her expertise in the intersections of business organizations, secured transactions, intellectual property, bankruptcy, licensing and taxation.
The series, featuring distinguished guests discussing cutting-edge business law topics, is held on Mondays and continues through November.
Profs. Xuan-Thao Nguyen’s and Elizabeth Porter’s recent trip to Vietnam promotes scholarly exchanges among lawyers, policymakers and business leaders.
UW Law faculty work on cutting-edge initiatives at the intersection of law and technology and have deep relationships with those in this ecosystem.
UW Law faculty contribute to the advancement of law through their scholarship, teaching and service.
Monte Mills joins the UW Law faculty as a professor of law. He is a nationally renowned scholar on Indian and tribal law and natural resources.