The Department of Law and Justice would like to recognize Caless Davis for receiving a College of the Sciences Best Oral Presentation Award for his presentation on the United States Supreme Court case Jardines v. Florida at this year's SOURCE presentations. Congratulations to Caless, and to his LAJ faculty advisor, Professor Teresa Francis!
We would also like to recognize Professors Cody Stoddard and Charles Reasons, who were each one of twenty-five nominees for the 2013 Mentor of the Year award; and further congratulations to Professor Stoddard for receiving an Honorable Mention for 2013 Mentor of the Year!
Former LAJ student John Kozar has very kindly donated his collection of law enforcement organizationReducing Incarceration In Washington State: Speaker And Panel Discussion
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Central Washington University has named Paul Knepper, PhD, the new chair of the Department of Law an