Asian Law Center
The Asian Law Center has over 1,000 distinguished alumni in the U.S., Asia, Europe and Australia and the Pacific. Asian Law graduates practice law in leading firms within the U.S. and Asia, work as corporate counsel or for U.S. and international NGOs, and join U.S. and international government agencies. A significant number of the Center’s graduates in Asia are judges, prosecutors, leading practitioners and legal scholars. Several now lead top-ranked law schools in the region.
Since 2001 the Center has worked closely with alumni at the local level to establish new Chapters of the UW School of Law Alumni Association, and to ensure that UW law Deans and faculty visit those groups regularly. We now have active alumni groups in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China and Hong Kong and Indonesia, with more planned.
We are committed to creating a strong, enduring alumni network that links our outstanding graduates with Seattle and around the world.
We invite alumni to stay linked by updating your details on this page and sending news and photos to email@example.com
Professor John Haley (LL.M. ’71) (center) with former students and alumni (L to R) Lawrence Repeta (J.D.’79), Leon Wolf (LL.M. ’96), Mark Levin (LL.M ’90), Tay-sheng Wang (LL.M. ’90, Ph.D. ’92), Veronica Taylor (LL.M. ’92); Toshiko Takenaka (LL.M. ’90, Ph.D. ’92); Jody Chafee (J.D. ’91)