Spotlight: Cane Toss

Watch members of our Class of 2016 participate a homecoming tradition unique to UW Law School.

Activities and Scholarship

Mark Sidel spoke on how civil society organizations in Asia have responded to withdrawal of foreign donor assistance, and on shifts in nonprofit oversight in Asia, at the annual conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, held in Chicago in November.

Alta Charo has been appointed to the panel that will provide on-going oversight for the million-person research cohort being recruited for President Obama's Precision Medicine Initiative, which aims to individualize and improve healthcare through genetics and other new technologies.

In November, Keith Findley participated in the panel discussion, "Reconvicting the Innocent? Plea Bargaining in the Shadow of a Retrial," at a conference hosted by Duke University School of Law, "The Present and Future of Civil Rights Movements."

Alexandra Huneeus presented "International Courts in Concert: the Inter-American Court, the ICC and Colombia's Peace Process" at the Kellogg Institute of Notre Dame University in November.