Cite Unseen
Cite Unsee: Reckoningwith anti-LGBTQ+ court cases and future proofing the law for the next cases.
Cite Unseen

On June 12, learn the history of anti-LGBTQ+ jurisprudence in Washington courts and hear about current and future issues affecting case law in LGBTQ+ rights from UW Law Professor Peter Nicolas and other distinguished panelists.

Legal Understandings of Disability Rights vs. Disability Justice
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Legal Understandings of Disability Rights vs. Disability Justice

Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Elizabeth Pendo joins the conversation on the Access UW podcast to explore the differences and intersections between the Disability Rights and Disability Justice movements.

Three-Minute Legal Talks: Reclassifying Cannabis as a Schedule III Substance
Karen Boxx
Three-Minute Legal Talks: Reclassifying Cannabis as a Schedule III Substance

Professor of Law Karen Boxx covers the legal implications of cannabis’s reclassification as a Schedule III substance, including business, consumer and medical implications.

Toni Rembe Lecture Featuring ACLU President Deborah N. Archer
Deborah Archer and Tamara F. Lawson
Toni Rembe Lecture Featuring ACLU President Deborah N. Archer

ACLU President Deborah Archer joins UW Law Dean Tamara Lawson on May 8 to discuss defending democracy, civil liberties, and civil rights in a divided nation.

International Visitor Leadership Program visits NALC
Members of the IVLP visiting with the NALC.
International Visitor Leadership Program visits NALC

On Thursday, April 18, the Native American Law Center hosted a group of distinguished visitors from around the world who were in Seattle as part of the State Department's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), operated by the World Affairs Council.