Alumnus delivers for front-line workers in fight against COVID-19
Shortly after moving to Hong Kong, international trade lawyer Ben Kostrzewa ’07 has become instrumental to the export of medical masks and supplies to the United States.
The free negotiation trainings and legal consults, which are available to register for now, are designed to help entrepreneurs and owners navigate corporate, employment and IP law issues amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Liz Porter, William Covington, Elana Matt named to new dean roles and will oversee Academic Administration; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; and Student and Career Services, respectively.
Guest: Jonathan Masur, John P. Wilson Professor of Law, University of Chicago
Members of the UW Law and northwest legal communities train formerly incarcerated individuals on leveraging a 2018 law that provides for non-restitution fee debt relief.
This year, UW Law's 33rd Annual Indian Law Symposium will be held as a monthly webinar series that will bring together the region’s foremost Indian law experts to discuss important issues facing Tribal communities today. Starting September 2020, leading scholars will explore timely new topics and unpack the biggest conversations happening in the field of Indian law each month.
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