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Triple Exoneration: Charges Dismissed Against Three Men Wrongly Imprisoned on Testimony of Informant

Tyler Gassman, Robert Larson and Paul Statler were exonerated when their 2009 convictions for robbery, assault and drive-by shooting were dismissed.

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Triple Exoneration: Charges Dismissed Against Three Men Wrongly Imprisoned on Testimony of Informant

Tyler Gassman, Robert Larson and Paul Statler were exonerated when their 2009 convictions for robbery, assault and drive-by shooting were dismissed.

Administration of Justice Award goes to Professor Ron Collins

The Supreme Court Fellows Alumni Association presented its Administration of Justice Award to Ronald K.L. Collins in recognition of his scholarly and professional achievements in advancing the rule of law.

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Administration of Justice Award goes to Professor Ron Collins

The Supreme Court Fellows Alumni Association presented its Administration of Justice Award to Ronald K.L. Collins in recognition of his scholarly and professional achievements in advancing the rule of law.

UW Law School Clinical Program Celebrates 30 Years

The Clinical Law Program at the UW School of Law will celebrate its 30th anniversary on February 5 with an all-day continuing legal education course, "Professionalism in Practice: Ethics in Action," featuring clinic faculty and alumni.

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UW Law School Clinical Program Celebrates 30 Years

The Clinical Law Program at the UW School of Law will celebrate its 30th anniversary on February 5 with an all-day continuing legal education course, "Professionalism in Practice: Ethics in Action," featuring clinic faculty and alumni.

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Law School Hosts National Vaccine Court Forum

To address legal battles over vaccines and whether they lead to autism or other early childhood developmental disorders, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims set up the Office of Special Masters in 1986, informally known as the National Vaccine Court. The Chief Special Master of the court, Gary Golkiewicz, will join a panel of health law faculty from the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital to discuss the role of the national vaccine court Tuesday, December 15 at 4:30 p.m.

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Law School Hosts National Vaccine Court Forum

To address legal battles over vaccines and whether they lead to autism or other early childhood developmental disorders, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims set up the Office of Special Masters in 1986, informally known as the National Vaccine Court. The Chief Special Master of the court, Gary Golkiewicz, will join a panel of health law faculty from the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital to discuss the role of the national vaccine court Tuesday, December 15 at 4:30 p.m.

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Celebrate Pro Bono: Student Public Interest Work Pt 3

Leading up to National Pro Bono Week (October 23 – 29), UW School of Law celebrates our students’ public interest and service work. In this series, students share a firsthand account of their meaningful summer work experiences.

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Celebrate Pro Bono: Student Public Interest Work Pt 3

Leading up to National Pro Bono Week (October 23 – 29), UW School of Law celebrates our students’ public interest and service work. In this series, students share a firsthand account of their meaningful summer work experiences.

UW Law Hosts Patent and Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute

UW Law Hosts Patent and Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute

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UW Law Hosts Patent and Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute

UW Law Hosts Patent and Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute

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