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Friday, January 10

  • Paul Steven Miller Memorial Symposium

    Join the University of Washington School of Law for a day of discussions about national and international disability legislation and implementation. Topics focus on the use of human rights conventions to advocate for persons with disabilities, with an emphasis on women, children and youth.

    Speakers include national and international scholars, policy makers, practitioners and activists.

    Room 138, William H. Gates Hall 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    Register Here

Monday, January 13

  • Conscience & Access: A Panel Discussion on Stormans v. Selecky

    Conscience & Privacy: A Panel Discussion on Stormans v. Selecky Join us as a panel of experts--including lead counsel for both Stormans and Selecky-- discusses this important 9th Circuit case, and how a woman's access to emergency contraception intersects with a pharmacist's right of conscience.

    Room 138, William H. Gates Hall 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Tuesday, January 21

  • President Michael Young Presents: "Attitudes Towards Law: The Impact of Legal Education and Historical Experience in Japan and China." Winter 2014: Asian Law Lecture Series.

    UW School of Law proudly invites to you attend the first Asian Law Lecture of Winter Quarter 2014, on January 21 in Room 138. President Michael Young will present on the topic of "Attitudes Towards Law: The Impact of Legal Education and Historical Experience in Japan and China.” President Michael K. Young has a distinguished record as an academic leader with broad experience in public service and diplomacy. Prior to his appointment at the UW, he served as Dean and Lobingier Professor of Comparative Law and Jurisprudence at George Washington University Law School, then as President and Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Utah. He was also Fuyo Professor of Japanese Law for more than 20 years at Columbia University, where he served as director of the Center for Japanese Legal Studies and the Center for Korean Legal Studies. Prior to joining the Columbia University faculty, he was law clerk to the late Chief (then Associate) Justice William H. Rehnquist of the United States Supreme Court. President Young served as Deputy Under Secretary for Economic and Agricultural Affairs and Ambassador for Trade and Environmental Affairs during President George H. W. Bush’s administration. He also served as a member of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom from 1998-2005, twice chairing the commission. He has published extensively on a wide range of topics, including international trade law, the Japanese legal system, international environmental law, international human rights and freedom of religion. We look forward to seeing you at this distinguished lecture. Please RSVP at the link below.

    William H. Gates Hall 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Monday, January 27

  • Global Mondays Weekly Lecture Series - Global Finance Regulation

    “Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) and Proposal for a Framework of Hedge Fund Regulatory Reform in the Post-GFC World” Cecilia Lee, Visiting Scholar, UW School of Law Hosted by the Law, Business & Entrepreneurship Program and the Visiting Scholars Program In the five years since the GFC of 2008, numerous reforms have been introduced that altered the financial regulatory landscape. For hedge funds, this includes new registration requirements mandated in the U.S. and the E.U. However, much work remains to address potential systemic risks from financial innovations in our interwoven global capital markets. The GFC revealed such dangers as manifested in the shadow banking system, in respect of which the G20 has charged the Financial Stability Board with the task of assessing and developing policy recommendations for this nebulous sector. Given the heterogeneity and complexities involved in shadow banking activities, including hedge funds’ participation in such transactions, a framework for analysis and design of regulatory reforms in this area is critical to ensure adaptability to current conditions and future developments. This lecture offers an overview of the lessons learned from the GFC, as well as the role of soft law in the global financial system, and proposes a framework for targeted and balanced hedge fund regulatory reform. Cecilia Lee is a Canadian-qualified lawyer who has handled numerous international securities transactions, acquisitions, and lending and financing transactions during her career at McCarthy Tetrault, LLP, and Nortel Networks. Ms. Lee holds a BA of Commerce from the University of Toronto, a BLAW from the University of Western Ontario, and an LL.M. from York University. As a Visiting Scholar, Ms. Lee researches financial regulatory reforms in the light of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008, particularly in the area of hedge fund regulation.

    William H. Gates Hall 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM

  • 1L Fenwick & West Reception

    Fenwick & West wants to meet YOU! Date: January 27, 2014 Time: 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Location: Fenwick & West LLP 1191 2nd Ave. Floor 10 Seattle, WA 98101 We look forward to meeting first-year law students seeking an exciting career in the technology and life sciences practices. Corporate - Intellectual Property - Litigation - Tax A representative from Fenwick’s San Francisco and Mountain View offices will be joining us for the evening. We hope you will join us for drinks, appetizers and an interactive discussion about your career and our practice! If you plan to attend, please RSVP by January 20 to Tory Frol at

    Office of Fenwick & West LLP 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

  • Falknor Appellate Advocacy Competition

    Moot Court Honor Board hosts UW's annual 2L/3L appellate advocacy competition.

    William H. Gates Hall 5:00 PM - 11:00 PM

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