Asian Law Center
Educating Lawyers for a Changing World
The Asian Law Center’s teaching, research and public policy work on Asia and developing
economies is one of the areas of excellence for which University of Washington School
of Law is known nationally and internationally.
We are part of a UW tradition of public service, providing world-class legal education
for U.S. and international lawyers focused on Asia. We support the legal profession
and government agencies with expert research on Asian and developing legal systems.
We are helping to build the next generation of lawyers, scholars and policy makers
in Asia and developing economies through our rigorous LL.M. and Ph.D. programs.
Asian Law Center Mission Statement
The law intersects in every aspect of our society and our lives. The Asian Law Center's mission is to create an inclusive learning community to deepen the knowledge of law, business, culture, economic development and socio-political systems in Asia. We foster open dialogue and mutual understanding through Center sponsored events and scholarly exchanges. With strong connections in Asia, we promote collaboration across legal and business practices, and academic disciplines.
- Foster multi-lingual, multi-cultural intellectual community
- Strive to provide excellent legal education
- Establish community engagement to promote collaborative learning, research, teaching, policymaking and advocacy