School of Law in the News

April 2010 

April 28

Everett officer didn't act in self-defense, jury decides

Everett Daily Herald
Professor John Strait comments on the difficult decision the jury had to make when deciding whether a police officer committed murder in self-defense.

April 9

Farewell to Justice Stevens from those who knew him well

The Washington Post
Professor Andrew Siegel co-authors an op-ed piece on Justice Stevens' retirement from the U.S. Supreme Court.

April 7

Forty under 40

The Advocate
Professor Dean Spade is highlighted for his leadership in transgender issues.

Tax teachers of the year

TaxProf Blog
Professor Lily Kahng is named one of the 2008-2009 Tax Teachers of the Year by the AALS.

April 3

Capitol Hill law: Two young lawyers hang a shingle on the Hill

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
André Olivie '09 starts his own practce to help local clients with immigration law issues, and Cameron Collins '06 starts a firm in Bellevue to help artists and music labels set up royalties and copyright within contracts.

April 2

Beyond gay marriage

Indy Bay
Professor Dean Spade is a guest speaker in a radio documentary discussing the "Gay Marriage" movement.

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