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Anita Ramasastry


September 6, 2016

UW law professor named to United Nations working group on business and human rights

Anita Ramasastry

When law professor Anita Ramasastry began teaching at the University of Washington in 1996, she was working on an article about banks’ responsibilities around human rights, to the bemusement of her peers. The groundbreaking piece focused on the role of Swiss banks during World War II and the dormant accounts of Holocaust victims and their…


June 23, 2016

Law student David Camps thought to be first Cuban resident to attend UW in half a century

Law student David Camps is the first Cuban enrolled at the UW since 1960.

In the fall of 2014, Cuban tour guide David Camps led a group from the University of Washington on a serendipitous bus tour around his native country. The group seemed to ask a lot of questions, but Camps — a former attorney and top diplomat turned tour guide — thought little of it; clients were often curious about…