Dana Raigrodski

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Executive Director, Global Affairs
Law Lecturer & Director, General LL.M. Program

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The Role of Human Trafficking and Forced Labor, University of Washington Women's Center Anti-Trafficking Taskforce, Economic Growth on the Backs of Global Workers: Mapping Local Strategies for Global Change, Apr. 22, 2016 (Seattle, WA)

A Response to Declining Enrollment: Innovative International Partnerships and Interdisciplinary Approaches, 6th Annual International Legal Education Abroad Conference: Innovative International Partnerships, Apr. 4, 2016 (Gulfport, FL)

Creative Capitalism and Human Trafficking: The Business Case for Eliminating Forced Labor and Human Trafficking from Global Supply Chains, Law & Society Association, Annual Meeting, May 29, 2015 (Seattle, WA)

A Holistic Administrative and Pedagogical Approach to Working with International LL.M. Students in U.S. Law Schools, LL.M. Administrators Conference, Apr. 15, 2015 (Washington, DC)

Bringing the Global Village Home -- Expanding Access to Global Legal Education and Cross-Cultural Experience on Your Own Campus to Meet the Needs of All Students, 5th Annual International Legal Education Abroad Conference: Breaking Barriers and Bulding Bridges, Apr. 14, 2015 (Washington, DC)

Developing a Multi-Perspective Jurisprudence, Washington Appellate Courts, Judges' 2015 Spring Program, Mar. 24, 2015 (Union, WA)

Economic Growth on the Backs of Human Trafficking Victims -- The Dependency of Global Trade and Economic Development on Forced Labor and the Trafficking of Humans, Law and Society Association, Annual Meeting and 2014 International: Law and Inequalities: Global and Local, May 29, 2014 (Minneapolis, MN)

Economic Migration Gone Wrong: Trafficking in Persons Through the Lens of Gender Labor and Globalization, Indiana University School of Law, Indiana International & Comparative Law Review Symposium: Moving to Opportunity: Examining the Risks and Rewards of Economic Migration, Feb. 21, 2014 (Indianapolis, IN)

Convener and speaker, Human Trafficking in the United States: An Introduction, National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks, 40th Annual Meeting, Aug. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

Legal English for International Attorneys, University of Washington School of Law, Patent and Intellectual Property Law and Practice Summer Institute, Jul. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

Sexual Violence and the Nexus of State, Federal and International Law: Addressing Human Trafficking, University of Washington School of Law, Gender, Violence and the Law, May 2013 (Seattle, WA)

What Can Comparative Legal Studies Learn from Feminist Legal Theories, Law and Society Association, Annual Meeting and 2013 International Conference on Law and Society, May 2013 (Boston, MA)

Moderator, International Trade Agreements and Human Trafficking, University of Washington Women’s Center Anti-Trafficking Taskforce, University of Washington School of Law, and Seattle University Law School, Human Trafficking in an Era of Globalization: Forced Labor, Involuntary Servitude and Corporate & Civic Responsibility International Conference, Jan. 2013 (Seattle, WA)

Gender, Labor, and Globalization: Finding Solutions in the Global Economy for Trafficking in Persons, Law and Society Association, International Conference, Jun. 6, 2012 (Honolulu, HI)

Moderator, Human Trafficking and Ethical Issues for Legal Professionals, University of Washington Women’s Center Anti-Trafficking Taskforce, University of Washington School of Law, and Seattle University School of Law, Human Trafficking, Forced Labor, and Corporate Responsibility Continuing Education Conference, May 11, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Sexual Violence and the Nexus of State, Federal and International Law: Addressing Human Trafficking, University of Washington School of Law, Violence and the Law, Apr. 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Human Trafficking and Globalization, University of Washington School of Law, Global Mondays Lecture Series, Mar. 1, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Discussant, The Judge, Seattle Jewish Film Festival, Mar. 1, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

A Perspective on the Israeli Military Justice System, Washington State Bar Association, Legal Assistance to Military Personnel Section, Jun. 9, 2011 (Seattle, WA)

The Israeli Legal System – The Evolution of a Mixed Jurisdiction, University of Washington School of Law, Comparative and International Law Survey Course, May 2011 (Seattle, WA)

From Privacy to Power: Toward a Feminist Theory of the Fourth Amendment, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquia, Feb. 2010 (Seattle, WA)

The Israeli Legal System – The Evolution of a Mixed Jurisdiction, Washington State Bar Association, International Practice Section, Gay Rights as a Case Study, Feb. 2010 (Seattle, WA)

Legal English for International Attorneys, University of Washington School of Law, Patent and Intellectual Property Law and Practice Summer Institute, Jul. 2009 (Seattle, WA)

Feminist Theories of Justice, University of Washington Honors Program, Theories of Justice, Jun. 2009 (Seattle, WA)

Legal English for International Attorneys, University of Washington School of Law, Patent and Intellectual Property Law and Practice Summer Institute, Jul. 2008 (Seattle, WA)

From Marx to McKinnon, University of Washington School of Law, Philosophy of Law, May 2007 (Seattle, WA)

Law, Culture, and the Development of Civil Rights – A Comparative Study of Gay Rights in Israel and the U.S., University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquia, May 2007 (Seattle, WA)

The Intersection of Race, Gender and Class, University of Washington School of Law, Critical Race Theory Seminar, Nov. 2006 (Seattle, WA)

Globalizing the Law School Curriculum, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Half-Baked-Ideas Colloquia, Oct. 2006 (Seattle, WA)

The Knowledge and Skills Required to Succeed in the Internationalising Legal Market – Rethinking the U.S. Law School Curriculum, Utrecht University, Devising a Law School Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century Conference, Oct. 2006 (The Netherlands)

The Israeli Legal System – The Evolution of a Mixed Jurisdiction, University of Washington School of Law, Comparative Law, May 2005 (Seattle, WA)

Bridging Feminist Theory and Legal Advocacy – An Experience-Based Jurisprudence, National Women’s Studies Association, 24th Annual Conference, Jun. 2004 (New Orleans, LA)

Breaking Out of "Custody", Tulane Law School, Feminist Legal Theories Seminar, Nov. 1999 (New Orleans, LA)

Reasonable Person v. Me - Envisioning Feminist Legal Standards, Newcomb College Center for Research on Women, Nov. 1999 (New Orleans, LA)

Rethinking Miranda: A Feminist Critique of Custodial Interrogations, Tulane Law School, LLM Lecture Series, Mar. 1998 (New Orleans, LA)

The Arab-Israeli Peace Process, Tulane Law School, LLM Lecture Series, Oct. 1997 (New Orleans, LA)

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