Students from across the law school’s programs share what spurred them to pursue law and what they hope to accomplish with a UW Law degree.
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With more than 100 million users in the United States alone, TikTok is a rapidly growing platform that has delighted consumers while raising security concerns with the U.S. government. Andersen will take a deep dive into the issues and survey the legal landscape the company is navigating today.
Coming together as a community is as important during the election season as ever. Please consider joining an election-related event at UW Law or in your community.
The new UW Law Gregoire Fellows include Simon Borumand, Neela Brocato, Katie Chang, Antonia Gales, Bailey Higgs, Ramita Kondepudi, Anna Le, Teco Proffitt and Sabrina Suen.
Students played integral roles in connecting with prospective students, while the Tamaki and Justice Fund scholarships enabled UW Law to extend additional offers to students of color from across the country.
UW Law hosted a panel of faculty and election law experts who discussed the biggest issues, potential reforms and possible outcomes to follow the 2020 presidential election.