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Faculty Colloquia

Through scholarship and service, UW law faculty influence public policy and shape legal theory. Faculty colloquia nurture our dynamic community of scholars and teachers and allow the UW School of Law to showcase the work of distinguished scholars from our campus and from other universities. The colloquia are a forum for provocative and innovative legal scholarship and provide an opportunity for faculty to exchange ideas with other scholars, to foster relationships with other institutions, and to collaborate on works in progress.

Next Faculty Colloquium

1/15/2015 - Kathryn Watts, UW School of Law
Controlling Presidential Control

Upcoming/Recent Faculty Colloquia

Colloquium Schedule
Date Speaker Title
4/30/2015 Kevin Tu
University of New Mexico
4/23/2015 James Hodge
Arizona State
Legal Myths of Ebola Preparedness and Response
4/16/2015 Christopher Bruner
Washington and Lee University
4/9/2015 Shaakirrah Sanders
University of Idaho
3/12/2015 Josh Bowers
University of Virginia
Legality and Rough Justice
3/5/2015 Adam Hirsch
University of San Diego
Airbrushed Heirs: The Problem of Children Omitted from Wills
2/26/2015 Juan Perea
Loyola Chicago
Legal History and the Creation of Racial Inequality
2/19/2015 Batya Friedman
UW School of Information
2/12/2015 Tom Antkowiak
Seattle University
The American Convention on Human Rights: Essential Articles
2/5/2015 Lydia Loren
Lewis and Clark
The Nature of Fair Use as an Affirmative Defense
1/22/2015 Alison Morantz
Stanford Law
Filing Not Found: Which Injuries Go Unreported to Worker Protection Agencies, and Why?
1/15/2015 Kathryn Watts
UW School of Law
Controlling Presidential Control
10/2/2014 Stephen Morse
University of Pennsylvania Law School
Indispensable Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology: The (Non) Challenge from Neuroscience
5/15/2014 Terry Price & Sara Ainsworth
“Undoing Washington’s Compensated Surrogacy Prohibitions: What is the Future?”
5/8/2014 Jules Coleman
5/1/2014 Gabriel “Jack” Chin
UC Davis
4/24/2014 Jane Winn
4/17/2014 Victor Fleischer
UC San Deigo
Tax Topic
4/10/2014 Zachary Bray
2/27/2014 Harlan G. Cohen
University of Georgia Law
2/20/2014 Saule Omarova
North Carolina
2/13/2014 Helen Anderson
2/6/2014 Gregory Sisk
St. Thomas
Empirical Study of Religious Liberty Cases: or Ethical Expectations of Lawyers Handling Physical Evidence
1/30/2014 Wadie Said
South Carolina
Terrorism Topic
1/23/2014 James Stewart
British Columbia
1/16/2014 Nan Hunter
Sexuality and the Civil Rights Paradigm

Clark Lombardi

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