Labor Law Faces Dire New Threats From Supreme Court Under Trump
December 03, 2016 | Truthout
Will Seattle's drug policy experiments survive Trump?
December 03, 2016 | Crosscut
Earlier and more often: Washington teachers seek broad boost to civics education
November 28, 2016 | The Seattle Times
Donald Trump's Supreme Court will be a real threat to labor — and that’s going to hurt the Democrats
November 17, 2016 | Salon
Roberts Rules for Protecting Corporations
November 14, 2016 | The American Prospect
Forum addresses solutions to homelessness in Boise
November 10, 2016 | Northwest Cable News Network
ACLU warns Yakima about lawsuit risk on homeless policy
November 10, 2016 | Yakima Herald Republic
City Club Speaker Rips Boise 'Anti Camping' Law, Says 'We Are All Complicit'
November 10, 2016 | Boise Weekly
The Influence of Exile: Human Consequences of Homelessness
November 10, 2016 | City Club of Boise
When helping homeless people hurts more than helps
November 06, 2016 | Idaho Statesman
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.
May 09, 2016
Six new reports examine the impacts of increasingly popular laws and policies that criminalize homelessness, such as prohibitions on living in vehicles, sweeps of tent encampments, pet ownership standards, and barriers to access at emergency shelters.
April 29, 2016
As a student in the law school's Civil Rights and Amicus Clinic, Katie Loberstein has a rare opportunity to argue a case before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, May 2. She hopes her diligent preparation will pay off for her client, Anthony Merrick.
April 04, 2016
After more than three decades of teaching legal writing and elevating its prominence as a discipline within legal education, Professor Anne Enquist will retire from Seattle University School of Law at the end of this academic year.