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Stewart Jay
May 27, 2010
The Second Health Care Reform Debate on UWTV
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The University of Washington chapters of the Young Americans for Liberty and the Federalist Society host a health reform debate between Cato Institute Senior Fellow Ilya Shapiro and UW School of Law Professor Stewart Jay.


Linda Greenhouse
May 3, 2010
Gates Public Service Law Speaker Linda Greenhouse with UW Law Professor Stewart Jay
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A conversion with UW Law Professor Stewart Jay in topics ranging from journalism to constitutional law and judicial selection/decision making.


Bridging Town & Gown
April 28, 2010
Bridging Town & Gown: Academics meet the real world
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UW Law Professor Kathryn Watts discusses bridging the courts, law and politics and Professor Sean O'Connor discusses bridging law and business.


Health Reform Forum
April 7, 2010
Health Care Reform: What It Is… What It Should Be
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A distinguished panel of legal and medical experts engage in a discussion of the essential components for health care reform.


Debate on Constitutional Status of Health Reform
March 30, 2010
UW Debate on Constitutional Status of Health Reform
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Addressing the debate on the constitutional status of health reform, the UW School of Law hosted "Is Health Care Reform Constitutional?", a discussion featuring a roundtable of distinguished law faculty.


Eric Schnapper and Lilly Ledbetter
March 3, 2010
A Conversation with Lilly Ledbetter
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Lilly Ledbetter, the plaintiff in the landmark Ledbetter v. Goodyear U.S. Supreme Court case and the inspiration for The Fair Pay Act of 2009, recounts her incredible story of struggle and triumph for equity in the workplace with law professor Eric Schnapper, who has handled more than 70 Supreme Court discrimination cases, including his most recent victories in Crawford v. Metro Nashville and CBOCS West, Inc. v. Humphries.


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