Are there “good” prosecutors? How does the media impact female attorneys? What can you do in environmental law? Answer all of these questions with next week’s thought-provoking events!

2/9: Why Prosecutors Might Do Bad Things? Gates Public Service Law Speaker Series with Professor Alafair Burke

Professor Burke, Professor of Law and Hofstra Research Fellow at Hofstra University teaches criminal law and criminal procedure subjects. Her research intersects criminal law and procedure and focuses on policing and prosecutorial policies. She has written about prosecutorial decision making, community policing and non-punitive responses to crime problems, and the criminal law’s treatment of domestic violence, both in punishing batterers and in explaining the conduct of battered women.

Before joining the law school faculty in 2001, Professor Burke served as a deputy district attorney in Portland, Oregon, where she tried more than 30 criminal cases, primarily against domestic violence offenders, and helped innovate neighborhood-based prosecution methods.

Co-sponsored by the King County Prosecutor’s Office

RSVP via Symplicity or gatespsl@uw.edu

2/10: Social Justice Tuesday – Under the Spotlight: Media’s Portrayal of Female Attorneys  

SJTAre media portrayals of female attorneys harmful? Is it time to shift the conversation and stop talking about appearance? Join the Center for Public Service Law, the Dean’s Advisory Committee on Diversity, and the Womens’ Law Caucus for this vibrant panel discussion and share your thoughts on the media, its influence, and the direction the legal community should take to address gender issues in the media. Speakers include: Michelle Gonzalez (Assistant Dean UW Law), Chelsea Petersen (Perkins Coie), and Judge Susan Craighead has been invited. The event will be at 12:30 PM in Room 127.

2/11: Careers in Environmental Law 

Please join Environmental Law Society, Environmental Law Program, Center for Professionalism & Leadership Development, and Center for Public Service Law for this exciting panel on February 11 at 12:30 PM in Room 127 to answer some of your burning questions about pursuing a career in environmental law, including: what are the top and cutting-edge issues in environmental law today? What are some of the best strategies for law students interested in a career in environmental law? Panelists will include Valerie K. Rickman (Cascadia Law Group PLLC), Laura Watson (WA Attorney General’s Office), Marcus Pearson (Plauche & Carr LLP), Cliff Villa (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), and Linda Larson (Marten Law). We hope to see you there!

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  1. Looks good! Couple quick things: the Alafair pic didn’t come through and make sure to include the RSVP info for SJTs and the Environmental panel. We need RSVPs in symplicity know how much food to order. Hope all went well at the fair for you today!

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