Argument preview: Feats of strength and standards of review
February 14, 2017 | SCOTUSblog
Unpacking Government: What Rights Do Noncitizens Have?
February 13, 2017 | KNKX
Puzder is dangerous pick for labor
February 13, 2017 | The Seattle Times
Reframing Faculty Criticisms of Student Activism
February 10, 2017 | Chronicle of Higher Education
Trump's travel ban misses the point, says former U.S. Attorney in Seattle
February 10, 2017 | KUOW
Trump vs Washington: New executive order coming
February 10, 2017 | MyNorthwest.com
Judge questions claim travel ban has Muslim bias
February 07, 2017 | KING 5
February 06, 2017 | The O'Reilly Factor
Appeals court could rule on travel ban by mid-week, say legal experts
February 05, 2017 | KING 5
Kitsap's 'sanctuary' status a gray area
February 04, 2017 | Kitsap Sun
February 16, 2017
The center was joined by the children of litigants in the Japanese relocation and incarceration cases from World War II, civil rights organizations, and national and New York bar associations of color.
February 06, 2017
In its amicus brief, the Korematsu Center asserts that courts actually can – and should – review executive branch action on immigration.
January 29, 2017
Korematsu Center condemns President Trump's executive order restricting immigration
November 09, 2016
The law school’s Youth Advocacy Clinic recently won clemency for Robert King, a 63-year-old Everett man sentenced to life in prison without parole.
October 24, 2016
The Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality (Korematsu Center) joined 19 other bar associations and non-profit organizations, and 32 law school professors in filing an amicus brief with the New York Court of Appeals, urging the Court to recognize that excluding an individual from jury service based on the color of her skin violates the Equal Protection Clause of the United States and New York Constitutions.
October 04, 2016
For almost three years, Renton resident Nestora Salgado-García suffered in a Mexican prison while Seattle University School of Law students worked to free her. This week, she returned to say thanks.
September 14, 2016
The law school's Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, an endeavor fueled by passion and filled with purpose, will receive the 2016 Change Agent award this week from Seattle's Real Change.
August 11, 2016
Attorney Brooke Pinkham has joined the Center for Indian Law and Policy as the new staff director. A member of the Nez Perce tribe who grew up within the community of the Yakama Nation in south central Washington State, she brings a lifelong commitment to Indian people and tribes throughout Washington State.
July 06, 2016
The Legal Writing Institute Board of Directors will present the Terri LeClercq Courage Award to Professors Laurel Oates and Mimi Samuel in July at the 2016 LWI Biennial Conference in Portland, Oregon.
June 14, 2016
Professors Bryan Adamson and Dean Spade received Seattle University Provost's Award for Excellence at Seattle University's graduation ceremony in June.