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UW Law Student Awarded 2016 Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Each year, Equal Justice Works seeks exceptional lawyers to design projects to serve communities in desperate need of legal assistance. Recent University of Washington School of Law graduate Mariah Hanley received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship.

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UW Law Student Awarded 2016 Equal Justice Works Fellowship

Each year, Equal Justice Works seeks exceptional lawyers to design projects to serve communities in desperate need of legal assistance. Recent University of Washington School of Law graduate Mariah Hanley received an Equal Justice Works Fellowship.

Law Student David Camps Thought to Be First Cuban Resident to Attend UW in Half a Century

Camps is believed to be the first Cuban student enrolled at the UW while living in Cuba since the U.S. embargo against the island nation in 1960.

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Law Student David Camps Thought to Be First Cuban Resident to Attend UW in Half a Century

Camps is believed to be the first Cuban student enrolled at the UW while living in Cuba since the U.S. embargo against the island nation in 1960.

Congratulations, UW Law Class of 2016!

On June 7, Dean Kellye Y. Testy welcomed the 154 J.D. candidates, 153 LL.M. graduates, seven Master of Jurisprudence graduates, and four Ph.D. recipients.

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Congratulations, UW Law Class of 2016!

On June 7, Dean Kellye Y. Testy welcomed the 154 J.D. candidates, 153 LL.M. graduates, seven Master of Jurisprudence graduates, and four Ph.D. recipients.

Professor Zahr Said to Lead Center on Innovation Law and Policy

Professor Zahr Said has been appointed as the new faculty director of the University of Washington School of Law’s renowned Center for Advanced Study & Research on Innovation Policy (CASRIP). CASRIP, which joined the UW School of Law in 1992, is home to the law school’s academic programs and scholarly leadership in intellectual property, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Professor Zahr Said to Lead Center on Innovation Law and Policy

Professor Zahr Said has been appointed as the new faculty director of the University of Washington School of Law’s renowned Center for Advanced Study & Research on Innovation Policy (CASRIP). CASRIP, which joined the UW School of Law in 1992, is home to the law school’s academic programs and scholarly leadership in intellectual property, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Q&A: CLPP’s Sam Méndez on Washington’s Pot Industry, Why Outdoor Grows Make Sense and How Marijuana Is Becoming Like Wine

The Cannabis Law and Policy Project recently published its first report for the Washington state Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB), which found that the amount of marijuana currently allowed to be grown by state-licensed producers in Washington is enough to satisfy both the medical and recreational marijuana markets.

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Q&A: CLPP’s Sam Méndez on Washington’s Pot Industry, Why Outdoor Grows Make Sense and How Marijuana Is Becoming Like Wine

The Cannabis Law and Policy Project recently published its first report for the Washington state Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB), which found that the amount of marijuana currently allowed to be grown by state-licensed producers in Washington is enough to satisfy both the medical and recreational marijuana markets.

UW Law Partners with the White House to Host Forum on Artificial Intelligence

A distinguished panel of experts discussed the complicated questions surrounding law and policy related to artificial intelligence at a thought-provoking symposium at the UW law school co-sponsored by the White House, the University of Washington School of Law and the UW Tech Policy Lab. “Artificial Intelligence: Law and Policy” drew a standing-room only crowd.

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UW Law Partners with the White House to Host Forum on Artificial Intelligence

A distinguished panel of experts discussed the complicated questions surrounding law and policy related to artificial intelligence at a thought-provoking symposium at the UW law school co-sponsored by the White House, the University of Washington School of Law and the UW Tech Policy Lab. “Artificial Intelligence: Law and Policy” drew a standing-room only crowd.

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