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UW School of Law Faculty

With a student-to-faculty ratio of 10:1, students have remarkable access to some of the brightest minds in the legal field.

Our faculty are recognized experts in such fields as constitutional law, criminal law, trial advocacy, intellectual property, taxation, technology law, international and human rights law, Asian and comparative law, Native American law, health law, and environmental law. Adjunct faculty within other UW academic units and part-time instructors from the area’s vibrant legal community further enrich the education we offer.

Because our faculty has distinct experience and expertise, the law school can offer more than 100 courses and seminars in specialized areas of law. Our professors teach not only law, but the intellectual tools and skills necessary for a successful legal career. Emphasis is placed upon gaining experience in analyzing cases, statutes, regulations, and other legal materials and in synthesizing general notions of the structure and operation of the legal system.

UW School of Law Faculty

 

Last updated 9/19/2012