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Shefelman Distinguished Lecture
November 17, 2010
Shefelman Distinguished Lecture: A New Look at the Father of the Modern First Amendment
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Distinguished panel discusses Oliver Wendell Holmes.


Gallagher Society Dinner 2010
November 16, 2010
Gallagher Society Dinner with Professor Hugh Spitzer on Populism and the Washington State Constitution
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2010 Meeting of the Gallagher Society


October 29, 2010
Gates PSL Speaker Jack Hamann
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Overview of the 27 state statutes providing for some form of compensation to the wrongly convicted and a discussion of the need for such legislation in Washington State. A panel of individuals from Washington State will talk about the nightmare of being imprisoned for crimes of which they were actually innocent and the challenges they have faced since their exoneration.


Gates PSL Speaker Kathleen Cavanaugh
October 21, 2010
Gates PSL Speaker Kathleen Cavanaugh
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Gates PSL Speaker Kathleen Cavanaugh presents "Islam and the Democratic Project".


October 15, 2010
Law Through Global Eyes Series Speaker Kam C. Wong
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Prof. Wong discusses a radically different theory of community policing: "Police power as social resource theory" (SRT), drawing upon Chinese political philosophy ("mass line") and policing practice ("renmin jingcha").


October 14, 2010
Gates PSL Speaker Brian Concannon
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Brian Concannon speaks on the legal and advocacy side of redevelopment in Haiti.


Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
October 10, 2010
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
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For 28 years, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation has empowered individuals around the world to work for the abolition of all nuclear weapons. Paul Chappell and David Krieger speak on nuclear peace and proliferation.


Jules Lobel
October 4, 2010
Jules Lobel
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Gates Public Service Law Program Speaker Series - Jules Lobel speaks on success without victory, about begin a progressive laywer in an era of judicial conservatism.


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.


Jim Schacht
June 11, 2010
Racial Geography of the Death Penalty
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Featured Gates PSL Speakers Jim Schacht & Stephen Bright speak on Racial Geography of the Death Penalty.


Doug Branson
May 7, 2010
Visiting Professor Doug Branson: Diversity in Corporate Governance
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Condon Falknor Visiting Professor Doug Branson presents Diversity in Corporate Governance


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.


Michelle Alexander
April 13, 2010
Gates Public Service Law Speaker Series: Michelle Alexander
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Michelle Alexander, the author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness discusses whether a new Jim Crow system is thriving in the age of Obama.


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.


Thomas Perez
March 16, 2010
Gates PSL Speaker Series: Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez
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Featuring Thomas Perez, Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.


March 5, 2010
Tom Whalen Speaks at the UW School of Law
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Tom Whalen speaks to students at the UW School of Law on the issue of the jurisdiction of US courts over non-US companies for claims based upon aircraft accidents outside the United States.


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.


Judge Baltasar Garzón
February 23, 2010
Gates PSL Speaker Series: Judge Baltasar Garzón
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Baltasar Garzón, an investigating judge with Spain's National Court who indicted Chilean dictator Augosto Pinochet, speaks to the Law School.


Cary Alan Johnson
February 12, 2010
Cary Alan Johnson
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Cary Alan Johnson, Executive Director of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission, speaks about the global movement for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.


Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
February 1, 2010
Empathy and the Legal System: Do Real Judges Cry?
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Featuring Gates PSL Speakers Richard Delgado, one of the leading commentators on race in the United States, and Jean Stefancic, Research Professor of Law at Seattle University.


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