UW School of Law Dean Kellye Y. Testy and the Law School Alumni Association
invite you and your guests to join us in a
2013 Celebration of DISTINCTION
Our Alumni Leaders for the Global Common Good
THE ANNIVERSARY CLASSES OF 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993 and 2003
RECENT GRADUATE AWARD RECIPIENT
SERVICE RECOGNITION AWARD RECIPIENT
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD RECIPIENT
October 25, 2013
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
99 UNION STREET
SEATTLE, WA 98101
5:00 P.M. - RECEPTION AND ANNIVERSARY CLASS GATHERINGS
Note: The 50-year Class of 1963 will begin at 4:00 p.m.
6:15 P.M. - DINNER AND PROGRAM
$125 per person
RSVP by October 11, 2013.
Contact Bev Sanders for additional information at
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Alumni in the News
High court mulls WSU water rights. Rachel Paschal Osborn '92 represents the group challenging the rights - The Spokane Spokesman
Washington State University’s Palouse Ridge Golf Course needs lots of water to stay green in the dry summers – more water than some people think the university has a right to use, even though state agencies have so far rejected challenges to the school’s new permits to tap decades-old groundwater rights.
Judges, and Island County prosecutor Greg Banks ' 93, open fire on Island County Drug Court overseers.
Island County Recovery Services was on trial before the county commissioners Wednesday. A contingent of Drug Court officials lobbed weighty allegations of sexual misconduct, abusive language and repeated errors, some of which nearly led to clients being sentenced to undeserved jail time.
Darrell Doss (Tax LL.M) '96, conquers Capitol Hill
Doss works as Economic Policy Counsel for Texas Congresswoman Sheila Lee Jackson, writing legislation, interpreting court rulings and advising her on legal matters affecting the economy, housing and taxation.
Profile: Rod Dembowski '01, Born To Serve - KCBA News
For a kid who once dreamt about being a firefighter, Rod Dembowski's appointment to the King County Council isn't a far stretch. While he's not putting out residential flames, he is busy tending to burning issues revolving around infrastructure, transportation, human and social services, and the economy as the newest councilmember from the 1st District.
Limited-practice license idea faces challenging path - California Bar Journal
Paula Littlewood '97, executive director of the Washington State Bar Association, gave members of the Limited License Working Group an overview of a program recently ordered by her state Supreme Court.
Pam Jacobson '01 and Mary Atkinson '02 join Betts Patterson Mines
Betts Patterson & Mines, P.S. (BPM) has significantly expanded its intellectual property capability with the addition of two patent attorneys to its Intellectual Property Practice Group.
Profile of Mike Wampold '96 & Felix Luna '97: Brothers in Law - Bar Bulletin
In 1996, two young law students were selected to compete together on a team of four in the Regional Mock Trial Competition at the University of Washington School of Law. Sharing common goals, big dreams and unquestionably charismatic personalities, the men quickly became friends and wished to one day practice together as trial lawyers.
Chi-Dooh “Skip” Li ' 70 publishes "Buy This Land"
Chi-Dooh “Skip” Li is founder and partner at the Seattle law firm Ellis, Li & McKinstry, PLLC, and founder of Agros International, an organization that has received recognition from the United Nations, the World Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank for combating the root causes of poverty.
Judge Veronica Galvan '94 to Run to Retain Presiding Judge of Des Moines Court - Water and Land Blog
Judge Veronica A. Galvan has announced she will run to retain her position as Presiding Judge of Des Moines Municipal Court, a position she has held for six years. Judge Galvan was originally appointed in 2007 through a rigorous selection process out of a field of 41 applicants.
Rebecca Levine '12 featured speaker at UW Bioethics Grand Rounds
Ms. Levine's talk is From Congress and Courts to the Bench and Bedside: Promoting Dialogue Between the Medical and Disability Communities.
Jeff Barnum '12 publishes "Encouraging Congress to Encourage Speech: Reflections on United States v. Alvarez" - Albany Law Review
Jeffery C. Barnum graduated with high honors from the University of Washington School of Law, and is admitted to practice in the State of Washington.
The Logger Lawyer: Newton Knight '16
The law library of the University of Washington may be a strange haunt in which to find the champion cross-cut sawyer of the world, but that is the winter lair of Chas. A. Newton of Oakville, junior law, crew man, football player, and undisputed champion of the saw men of the universe. And between law classes, this lawyer forester is preparing to better his own unbeaten record with the crosscut saw by designing and manufacturing what he expects will be the fastest sawing machine in existence.
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