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UW Law Professor Leads Group Defending ‘Aural Tradition’ of Creativity in Famous ‘Blurred Lines’ Copyright Case

UW School of Law professor Sean O’Connor has filed a brief in the famous “Blurred Lines” music copyright case, arguing for full composition credit for those who worked in the “aural tradition” and did not use traditional musical notation.

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UW Law Professor Leads Group Defending ‘Aural Tradition’ of Creativity in Famous ‘Blurred Lines’ Copyright Case

UW School of Law professor Sean O’Connor has filed a brief in the famous “Blurred Lines” music copyright case, arguing for full composition credit for those who worked in the “aural tradition” and did not use traditional musical notation.

Presidential Power in 2017

A panel of UW Law professors discussed executive power at Town Hall on February 1.

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Presidential Power in 2017

A panel of UW Law professors discussed executive power at Town Hall on February 1.

In Memoriam: John Budlong ‘82

John Budlong, attorney and longtime “warrior for justice,” passed away December 24, 2016.

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In Memoriam: John Budlong ‘82

John Budlong, attorney and longtime “warrior for justice,” passed away December 24, 2016.

Presidential Power in the Trump Era

New UW Law course focuses on presidential power and its limits.

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Presidential Power in the Trump Era

New UW Law course focuses on presidential power and its limits.

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