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UW Law Remembers Supreme Court Justice Charles Z. Smith ‘55

Charles Z. Smith, legal pioneer and Washington’s first African-American Supreme Court justice, died peacefully in his home August 28. He was 89.

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UW Law Remembers Supreme Court Justice Charles Z. Smith ‘55

Charles Z. Smith, legal pioneer and Washington’s first African-American Supreme Court justice, died peacefully in his home August 28. He was 89.

Symposium to Explore Impact of Technology in Access to Justice

In civil cases, people unable to afford legal counsel must represent themselves in court. Accessing the same information available to attorneys can pose a significant challenge in dealing with the complexity of the legal system.

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Symposium to Explore Impact of Technology in Access to Justice

In civil cases, people unable to afford legal counsel must represent themselves in court. Accessing the same information available to attorneys can pose a significant challenge in dealing with the complexity of the legal system.

Leadership Conference Explores Deanship with Underrepresented Groups

University of Washington School of Law hosted the Promoting Diversity in Law School Leadership Deanship Conference August 12-13.

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Leadership Conference Explores Deanship with Underrepresented Groups

University of Washington School of Law hosted the Promoting Diversity in Law School Leadership Deanship Conference August 12-13.

Washington’s Foster Children Experience ‘Justice by Geography,’ Report Finds

A new report from The Access to Counsel Project at the UW School of Law sheds light on how inconsistent practices and policies in Washington state dependency (child abuse and neglect) courts leave many children without an advocate in decisions that shape every aspect of their lives.

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Washington’s Foster Children Experience ‘Justice by Geography,’ Report Finds

A new report from The Access to Counsel Project at the UW School of Law sheds light on how inconsistent practices and policies in Washington state dependency (child abuse and neglect) courts leave many children without an advocate in decisions that shape every aspect of their lives.

Craig Wright Joins UW Law as Advancement Dean

Craig Wright joined the University of Washington School of Law in July as the Assistant Dean for Advancement. In his new role, Wright will lead the law school’s efforts to engage alumni, partners and friends to foster pride and support for the school and future of law.

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Craig Wright Joins UW Law as Advancement Dean

Craig Wright joined the University of Washington School of Law in July as the Assistant Dean for Advancement. In his new role, Wright will lead the law school’s efforts to engage alumni, partners and friends to foster pride and support for the school and future of law.

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.

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