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Law and Justice

Student Forms and Information

For department information, program requirements, forms, information on careers, news, and changes within the program click on the links below:

Joining the LAJ Department

Student Resources and Forms

Internships/Field Placement

Field Experience Coordinator: Dalton Neiffer, lajinternships@cwu.edu, 509-963-3122

Jobs

Scholarships

You can apply to all of these scholarships on: https://www.cwu.edu/scholarships/

  • Women in Law Enforcement Scholarship
  • Amy Marie Castner Scholarship
  • Ben and Nancy Remak Scholarship 
  • Sergeant Nelson K. Ng Inspiration Award - It is presented annually to an Ellensburg campus law and justice graduate who exemplifies the infusive leadership, humor, animation, passion, and creativity that the late Ellensburg Police Sergeant Ng embodied. To nominate yourself or another student, provide a two page, double spaced statement of why you or your nominee is worthy of this award, attach your nominee’s Academic Progress report and résumé, and submit to the LAJ offices by May 1st. This award is not based on GPA.

Other Helpful Links

 

Podcasts:

  • Stay Tuned with Preet: Join Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney who fought    corruption, financial fraud and violent crime, in a series about justice and fairness. Link: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/preetbharara
  • Radiolab Presents: More Perfect: How does an elite group of nine people shape everything from marriage and money, to safety and sex for an entire nation? Radiolab's first ever spin-off series, More Perfect, dives into the rarefied world of the Supreme Court to explain how cases deliberated inside hallowed halls affect lives far away from the bench. Link: http://www.wnyc.org/shows/radiolabmoreperfect/
  • Criminal: a podcast: Criminal is a podcast about crime. Stories of people who've done wrong, been wronged, or gotten caught somewhere in the middle. Link: http://thisiscriminal.com/
  • Criminal (IN)Justice: Criminal Injustice discusses the always current, sometimes disturbing, frequently confusing and often shocking aspects of the American criminal    justice system. Weekly episodes examine issues like police body cameras, racial biases, use of force and incarceration through wide-ranging interviews with national figures in the know. It's not a lecture hall, and you don't need a law degree to keep up. The podcast is, above all else, a conversation, capped with Harris' "Lawyers Behaving Badly" bonus feature that pokes fun at the worst in the legal profession. Link: http://www.criminalinjusticepodcast.com/

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