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Mario L. Barnes, UW Law Toni Rembe Dean and professor of law, joined fellow deans from across the country condemning last week's riots and attacks on the rule of law.
The efforts are led by the bar association’s MLK Jr. Luncheon Committee, which raises money for scholarships for minority law students and is part of the storied legacies of the late Philip Ginsburg and The Honorable Charles V. Johnson, J.D. '57.
Like many of you, I am stunned and deeply distressed over the news that violent mobs breached the U.S. Capitol. Condemning such acts is consistent with our mission to prepare citizen-lawyers who defend the Constitution and uphold our nation’s highest democratic ideals.
Madison Welsh 2L, for whom writing has always been a valuable tool, has been recognized for penning the best piece of written advocacy in Legal Analysis, Research and Writing (LARW).
Judge Johnson was a distinguished King County Superior Court judge, former president of the NAACP's Seattle chapter and dedicated mentor whose legal support is considered by many to have been the backbone of the civil rights movement in King County.