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Tuesday, March 3

  • Social Justice Tuesdays-EDUCATIONAL DEBT RELIEF

    EDUCATIONAL DEBT RELIEF • Concerned about how you’re going to pay back all of your education loans? • Want to learn more about income-based repayment options, public service loan forgiveness and UW Law’s Loan Repayment Assistance Program? This is the workshop for you! Hear the latest on various resources and programs that are out there to help you manage and reduce education debt. Presented by: Aline Carton-Listfjeld, Center for Public Service Law If you would like lunch please RSVP via Symplicity or by 12:00 pm Monday, March 2. No RSVP for lunch accepted after 12:00 pm.

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

  • The Millenium Development Goals: What Impact Have they Had on Women, Adolescent, and Children Health?

    The MDG 2, 3, 4, and 5 focus on WACh. This session will focus on how various nations have tackled the MDGs, and the effectiveness of international agreements/conventions for improving WACh health. A panel discussion with: -Grace John-Stewart, Professor of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Epidemiology, Global Health, and Pediatrics UW Department of Global Health, Pediatrics, Global WACh -Lee Pyne-Mercier Program Officer, Maternal, Neonatal & Child Health Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -Kate Somers, JD, MPH, MA Program Officer, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

    133, William H. Gates Hall 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Wednesday, March 4

Thursday, March 5

  • David Singleton-Ohio Justice and Policy Center-“Humanizing the Other: The Tyra Patterson Story”

    “Humanizing the Other: The Tyra Patterson Story” Speaker: David Singleton, Executive Director Ohio Justice and Policy Center, Executive Director 5432 Any Street West, Townsville, State 54321 Tel 555.543.5432 Fax 555.543.5433 WWW.ADATUM.COM For the past 19 years, Tyra Patterson has been incarcerated in the Ohio prison for aggravated murder and robbery, crimes Ohio’s former Attorney General Jim Petro says she likely did not commit. At trial, Tyra’s defense was ineffectual. Her lawyers refused to introduce the 911 call she had made, and discouraged her from testifying because she, in their words, “talked like she was from the ghetto” and would not be understood by the jury. Not surprisingly the jury convicted her. The Ohio Justice & Policy Center has been handling Tyra’s case for over a year in an effort to get her clemency. After hearing the 911 call, six of the trial jurors submitted affidavits saying that they would likely not have convicted Tyra had that evidence come out at the trial.. Please join us for lunch to learn more about this case and David Singleton’s work on obtaining clemency for Tyra Patterson. Please RSVP to Symplicity by Tuesday, March 3. If you would like lunch

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

Monday, March 9

Tuesday, March 10

  • Educating Girls to Build Healthy Communities

    Legal and Policy Solutions to Improve the Global Health of Women, Children and Adolescents SERIES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – NO RSVP NECESSARY A panel discussion with: -Rita Egrari, PhD, MPH, Director of the PNW Regional Office, Mona Foundation -Justine Ominene, JD, UW Sustainable International Development LLM Candidate, 2015 This week's session will review the importance of girls' education in improving community health and advancing gender equality. Our guest speakers will share both global and local experiences with community-based initiatives.

    133, William H. Gates Hall 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Wednesday, March 11

  • King v. Burwell: Obamacare in the Supreme Court (Again)

    Once again, the Supreme Court is set to examine the Affordable Care Act. After surviving a constitutional attack, the statute now faces a challenge based on its own words. Challengers claim that the plain language of the statute makes subsidies (a critical part of the ACA) unavailable on federally facilitated insurance exchanges. A panel of professors will discuss the case from the perspective of health law, tax law, statutory interpretation, and administrative law.

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

  • Career Building Wednesday: Practical Networking Tips

    Career Building Wednesday: Practical Networking Tips

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

Friday, March 13

  • UW Law Academy: The Youth & Justice Forum

    UW Law Academy: The Youth & Justice Forum Diverse high school students from around the State are invited to participate in this one day forum to learn about careers in the law & how to make a difference in their communities.

    William H. Gates Hall All Day Event

  • Cutting Costs & Cutting Edge: New Developments in Legal Research

    Every Second Friday, September 2014 through June 2015, UW Law will host a CLE pairing a UW law professor with an Alaska practitioner on a topic relevant to the Alaska Bar. Please join Jonathan Franklin, Associate Law Librarian, UW Law and Susan Falk, Alaska State Law Librarian, for this informative discussion. 1.50 General CLE Credits are approved for Washington State and applied for in Alaska.

    Holland & Knight, 601 West Fifth Avenue, Suite 700, Anchorage, Alaska 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    Register here.

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