Learn about the new rules of courthouse engagement using Zoom in this conference on Sept. 15.
UW Law News
UW Law’s Indian Law Symposium will be held in two parts for the 2021–2022 academic year. Part 1 on Oct. 1 will feature a full set of topics with panelists across the country.
Peter Nicolas, the William L. Dwyer Chair in Law at UW Law, takes three minutes to help us better understand this new payroll tax, how it will affect Washingtonians and more.
Terry Price, a family law expert, discusses how martial assets could be divided during a divorce in community property versus an equitable distribution state.
Judge McGovern served as the Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington. He spent his entire legal career practicing in Seattle, King County and Western Washington.
Professor Scott Schumacher discusses Washington’s new capital gains tax and how it will affect average Washington residents.