Undergraduate Academic Affairs

Should There Be Legal Education for Everybody?

UW School of Law Teaching Professor Theo Myhre makes his case about why everybody should have a legal education. Understand how 2020 has spurred him to rethink legal education and why he thinks that expanding legal education would lead to a more just and equitable society. After his main lecture and conversation, don’t miss Myhre’s quick take on the Supreme Court.

Presented to students on October 29, 2020.

Photo of Theo MyhreFeaturing Theodore Myhre

Theodore Myhre is a teaching professor in the University of Washington School of Law. Previously Myhre served as a visiting professor of legal writing at Seattle University School of Law. He has also served as an acting staff attorney for the Washington State Supreme Court, a managing partner of McGlothin Myhre, PLLP, an associate of Corr Cronin, LLP, law clerk to Justice Charles Johnson of the Washington State Supreme Court, and judicial extern to Judge Thomas S. Zilly of the U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington.