Spotlight: Summer Jobs

David Stead We profile David Stead, who spent his summer as a legal intern with Trupanion, a Seattle-based pet insurance company.

Activities and Scholarship

Miriam Seifter's article, "States as Interest Groups in the Administrative Process" (forthcoming in the Virginia Law Review), received a positive review in JOTWELL: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots). Kathryn Watts, professor of law at University of Washington, writes that Seifter's article "begins to fill [a] scholarly gap by carefully scrutinizing and weighing the costs and benefits of state interest group participation in the federal regulatory process."

In September, Shubha Ghosh was an invited presenter at the first annual International Scholars Conference on Intellectual Property Law, held at Vienna University of Economics and Business. His talk was titled "Intellectual Property and Competition: The Role of Exit and Voice."

Jonathan Scharrer was a panelist in "Restorative Justice as a Vehicle for Social Transformation," as part of the 2014 PISLAP (Project for Integrating Spirituality, Law and Politics) Conference, held at CUNY Law School in September.

Dean Margaret Raymond participated in a panel presentation titled "Law Schools and Access to Justice" at the Legal Services Corporation conference held in Washington, DC.