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Businesses Shape International Law Through ‘Astroturf Activism,’ Paper Finds

Melissa Durkee examines the role powerful corporate interests play in international legal processes, and how they can covertly co-opt NGOs to lobby lawmakers on their behalf.

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Businesses Shape International Law Through ‘Astroturf Activism,’ Paper Finds

Melissa Durkee examines the role powerful corporate interests play in international legal processes, and how they can covertly co-opt NGOs to lobby lawmakers on their behalf.

UW Law Leads Washington Bar Exam Passage Rates

2016 marked another year that the University of Washington School of Law led Washington law schools in the July Washington Bar Exam passage rate.

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UW Law Leads Washington Bar Exam Passage Rates

2016 marked another year that the University of Washington School of Law led Washington law schools in the July Washington Bar Exam passage rate.

UW Law Professor Named to UN Working Group

Professor Anita Ramasastry has been appointed to serve on the United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights

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UW Law Professor Named to UN Working Group

Professor Anita Ramasastry has been appointed to serve on the United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights

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.

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.

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