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12/5/2013

Ethical and Risk Management Issues for the New Solo Practitioner

William H. Gates Hall

12:30 PM - 5:00 PM

The Center for Professional and Leadership Development is putting together a CLE workshop about starting your own practice. If you are interested in the nuts and bolts of starting a firm, learning how to secure contract business and get paid ethically, avoiding the common ethical pitfall new attorneys make when starting firms, and more, consider attending this event.

Pete Roberts of the WSBA's Law Office Management Assistance Program and Mark Johnson, Johnson Flora PLLC, will discuss what exactly is needed to start a firm - including formation and licensing, online search engines for research, malpractice insurance, forming and maintaining files and records, and using technology. This presentation will be accompanied by a panel of recent UW law grads who successfully started their own practice shortly after graduation.

For questions and to RSVP, please email Anna Van Pelt. Include your first and last name, full address, phone number, email address, bar number, and organization or firm name (if applicable). These events are free to UW Law graduates of 2012 and 2013, and to current students

Global Spotlight on Developments in Indonesian Constitutionalism

William H. Gates Hall
447
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

“Recent Developments in the Indonesian Constitutional Court”

Dr. Stefanus Hendrianto SJ, Visiting Lecturer in Law, Santa Clara Law School

Hosted by the Asian Law Center, the Ph.D. in Law Program, and UW Law Global Affairs

We are pleased to welcome back Dr. Hendrianto, a 2008 graduate of UW Law Ph.D. Program. He currently teaches both at the Law School and the Political Science Department at Santa Clara University, focusing on constitutional law and comparative law. His current research and writing have focused on the intersection of constitutional law and religion, especially on the issues of religion and modernity in the context of international human rights. In addition to his ongoing research in constitutional law and comparative law, he also focuses on the role of law in economic development and legal reforms in transition and developing economies.

Dr. Hendrianto also holds a LL.B. degree Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, and a LL.M. degree from Utrecht University, Netherlands, as well as spent two years of graduate studies in Philosophy and Theology at Loyola University Chicago. He has worked under the auspices of the Legal Advisor of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Jakarta office. He also practiced law with the Indonesian law firm, Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodipuro. In 1999, he served as the youngest Commissioner in the Indonesian General Election Commission that supervised the first free election in Indonesia.

Dr. Hendrianto returns to UW Law to share from his ongoing research Indonesian Constitutionalism and the recent developments in the Indonesian Constitutional Court seen in light of Judicialization theory. The lecture will be followed by a discussion with Ph.D. students about the process of developing and executing a doctoral dissertation.