Three WashU alumni work in the Texas Rangers’ front office, helping the team win its first-ever World Series title.
Students in the School of Law’s Clinical Education Program, now 50 years old, gain important skills while helping members of the community.
There is no good reason to abandon the Chevron deference, a Supreme Court decision in place for 40 years, says an expert on administrative law and regulatory reform at Washington University in St. Louis.
Kim Thuy Seelinger, with roles at both the Brown School and the School of Law, combines social work and law as a sought-after expert to help with prosecution of conflict-related sexual violence.
At the university’s Board of Trustees meeting Dec. 1, numerous faculty members were appointed or promoted with tenure or granted tenure.
The School of Law welcomes its new dean July 1. Stefanie A. Lindquist, a nationally recognized constitutional law and U.S. Supreme Court expert, previously served at Arizona State University.
Kim Thuy Seelinger, a research associate professor at the Brown School and visiting professor at the School of Law, led the review and drafting process for the International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor’s new policy on gender-based crimes.
Privacy expert Neil Richards, the Koch Distinguished Professor of Law, says the path to surviving the “Information Revolution” is through both education and the law.
Students and faculty working with the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic at the Washington University School of Law were able to help a St. Louis woman reduce her tax debt and keep her house.
During this open enrollment season, parents should consider privacy implications when adding their adult children to their health insurance plan, said a health insurance expert at Washington University in St. Louis.
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