UW Law students answered rapid-fire questions on their first week of fall quarter.
Law Student Life
A one of a kind experience
At UW Law, you’ll find the best of both worlds: a small, tight-knit community with access to the many resources a world-class university and city has to offer. Our community fosters a rare team spirit that permeates the law school and benefits from the diverse backgrounds and perspectives that students bring. Lifelong friendships contribute to an engaged, global alumni network.
Beyond the classroom, students participate in a variety of organizations and activities, and take advantage of Seattle’s outdoor activities and vibrant arts and culture scene.
Academic Services offers law students academic assistance, coordinates registration, posts grades, administers exams and much more.
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Sign in for courses and resources from graduate programs and Career Services.
Plan your career path, meet prospective employers and build effective skills and strategies that will serve you throughout your career.
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Law Dawgs Resource Center
The Law Dawgs Resource Center is our web-based tool for sending student announcements. All faculty, staff and students are able to post and read student announcements.
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UW Law's longstanding commitment to diversity is an extension of our commitment to excellence. At UW Law, we believe the best legal education integrates legal theory, doctrine and practice that must be delivered by a diverse faculty to a diverse student body.
- LGBTQIA Resources
UW Law's commitment to diversity is grounded in an inclusive approach to all students of all gender and sexual orientations, identities and expressions. We believe the strength of our community is in the diversity of backgrounds, identities and perspectives that enhance the law school experience while preparing our graduates for a career in law and beyond.
- Student Ambassadors
Students at the UW School of Law are what make our law school community special. While all of our students lead busy lives inside and outside of the classroom, our SAC Members are willing to answer questions, offer candid advice and share their law school experiences.
- Student Organizations
Affiliated Student Organizations, Minority Student Organizations, Student Journals & Boards, Student Legal Action Projects and Student Societies, Forums & Clubs.
- UW Law & the Military
Leadership, service, community: these attributes are shared by many of our students with military experience. Members of the military come to UW Law with the leadership experience and global vision that help make the law school a dynamic intellectual community.
A list of UW resources collected by the Associate Dean for Student Affairs, including health care, counseling, disability resources and wellness resources.
Student Experience Stories
William H. Gates Hall is abuzz with new Law Dawgs.
We caught up with current UW Law Dawgs Gracie Pakosz and Maxine Sugarman to learn more about their summer work experience and the impact it's had on their law school experience.
Five UW Law students are Peggy Browning Fund Summer Fellows, advocating for workers and their families nationwide.