From Dean Mark Niles
We are just days away from congratulating our Class of 2012, and it's exciting to hear about the opportunities that await them – from those who have secured jobs at top firms, to those who will be entering judicial clerkships and working for social justice agencies. We know some of our graduates are still looking for jobs, and we appreciate the many alumni leaders who serve as mentors and employers for our outstanding students. I want to take a moment to acknowledge two people who have helped transform the law school over the past decades. Professor Laurel Oates '78 has been awarded the first Tom Holdych Award for Meritorious and Transformational Leadership. Named for the late Tom Holdych, a founding faculty member and beloved professor, the award recognizes an individual whose skill and dedication has resulted in institutional development that has advanced and enhanced the long-term stability and reputation of the law school. It's a privilege to honor both Laurel and Tom this way.
Volunteer Intake at Foreclosure Outreach on May 5th in Tacoma
Baccalaureate and Reception
Human Trafficking, Forced Labor & Corporate Responsibility (CLE)
Spring Visit Day
Spanish for Lawyers Registration
Washington D.C. Alumni Reception
Save the Date
Early Brain Development (CLE)
August 13 - 17
Mediation Workshop and CLE
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