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Cover story: Beyond Billable Hours: Our Legacy of Public Service, featuring Tom Foley, Jim Ellis, Fawn Sharp, Erman Rajagukguk, the Gates Scholarship Program, the Afghan Legal Educators Project, and the Law School Clinics.

From the Dean: Taking the Broad View of Public Service, page 2

Alumni Awards Recognize Outstanding Achievement, page 3 (Gregory Gorder '85, Service Recognition Award; the Honorable Robert Bryan '58, Jonathan Bridge '76, and Scott Lukins '54, Distinguished Alumni Awards; photo)

Meet Arley Harrell '73, President of the UW Law School Alumni Association, page 4, photo

Prosterman Awarded Kravis Prize [Henry R. Kravis Prize for Leadership, with $250,000 award], page 5, photo

Chief Justice Gerry Alexander '64 Receivers Inns of Court Professionalism Award , page 5, photo

Alumni Association Expands into Japan, page 6, photos

The Supreme Court Agrees with Schnapper, page 7, photo (Burlington Northern v. White)

Calandrillo Win Affects Thousands of Landowners in Washington, page 8, photo (Viking v. Holm)

Ramasastry Chosen to Advise International Human Rights Panel, page 8, photo (appointed by the International Commission of Jurists as a special advisor to an expert panel addressing corporate complicity in international human rights violations)

3L Jenny Faubion Joins UW Board of Regents, page 9, photo

Gaurab Bansal, Student Bar Association President, page 9, photo

UW Law Triumphs at ACS Moot Court, page 10, photo (Andrea Schmitt and Suzanne LiaBraaten win the inaugural Constance Baker Motley National Moot Court Competition in Constitutional Law)

Law School Students Gain Valuable Experience Overseas, page 11, photos (Anthony Milewski, Rachel Gold, and William Sampson Fellows in Comparative Public Interest Law (Elisabeth Ahlquist, Jill Monnin, Rebecca Huffman, Cecelia Boudreau, and Patrice Kent))

UW Students Compete at International Level, page 12, photo (southwest regional Jessup International Moot Court Competition and the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot)

CASRIP Institute Draws International Crowd, page 12, photo

Students Raise Money, Honor Alumni in Support of Public Service, page 13, photo (auction sponsored by the Public Interest Law Association raises more than $67,000; PILA Hall of Fame inductees Sara Ainsworth '96 and Casey Trupin '99)

Admission Statistics and Career Services Report, page 13

Tom Foley, pages 14-16, photo

Jim Ellis, pages 17-19, photo

Fawn Sharp, pages 20-21, photo

Erman Rajagukguk, pages 22-23, photo

Gates Scholars, page 24, photos

The Arduous Journey to Rebuild the Afghan Legal System, page 25, photo

Access to Justice is Hallmark of Law School Clinics, pages 26-27, photos

Five Scholars Join Faculty, pages 28-29, photos (Dwight Drake, Sarah Kaltsounis, Yong-Sung (Jonathan) Kang, Sylvia Wairimu Kang'ara, and Dongsheng Zhang)

Three Leave a Lasting Legacy, page 29, photos (Phil Trautman, Bill Andersen, and Roy Prosterman)

Faculty news, pages 30-31, photos (Clark Lombardi named Cargegie Scholar; Steve Calandrillo, Steven Paul Miller, and Kristen Stilt named new Washington Law School Foundation Scholars)

Briefs, pages 32-39 (faculty activities and publications, tenure awards, professors of the year)

Podcasts Go on Trial, page 40, photo (Bill Andersen podcasts on administrative law topics)

Beyond Books--Briefs from the Gallagher Law Library, pages 41-42 (librarians' activities and publications, Mary Whisner's Trial Ad News blog)

Alumni news, photos, and obits, pages 43-51, photos

Our Oldest Alumna Viola Bird, by Peggy Roebuck Jarrett, page 51, photo

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Legal Education

uwlaw, Fall 2006, Vol. 54