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A group of students in the pipeline program

Pipeline program brings prospective Central WA law students to campus

A group of prospective law students from the Central Washington region had the opportunity to envision themselves attending Seattle University School of Law during a campus visit as part of an innovative pipeline program.

July 11, 2024


U.S. Supreme Court building

Seattle U Law convenes webinar with experts on presidential immunity

Just 24 hours after the U.S. Supreme Court released its monumental decision on presidential immunity in Trump v. United States, Seattle University School of Law hosted its Second Annual Supreme Court Rapid Response Webinar with nationally-renowned experts in constitutional, criminal, and election law.

July 8, 2024 | Events


Sara Rankin

SCOTUS features professor’s scholarship in homeless rights case

Seattle University School of Law Professor Sara Rankin has attained the rare honor of having her scholarship quoted by a U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) justice in a dissenting opinion of a recently decided landmark case on homelessness.

July 8, 2024


Kent Anderson and Nikolis Moffett

Two students named Justice John Paul Stevens Fellows

Two Seattle University School of Law students have been awarded 2024 Justice John Paul Stevens Fellowships for demonstrating strong interest in public interest law and social justice, as well as high academic achievement.

June 26, 2024


Lily Kahng, Gregory Silverman, Robert Chang

Celebrating retiring and departing faculty members

Three faculty members who have collectively spent decades at Seattle University School of Law have stepped down at the end of the 2023-24 academic year.

June 20, 2024


Vonda Sargent

The Good Fight

With courage and determination, attorney Vonda M. Sargent ’94 has become one of the state’s foremost civil rights litigators by taking tough cases that expose racism in the judicial system. 

June 5, 2024


Panelists at the SITIE Conference

Seattle U Law conference examines legal and policy issues around AI

Seattle University School of Law hosted some of the nation’s top technology law experts during its Seventh Annual Innovation and Technology Law Conference on the theme of “Generative AI: Infringement or Innovation?” as part of the Summer Institute for Technology, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (SITIE).

June 4, 2024 | Events


Mary Bent and Katy Daley

Two Seattle U Law grads earn Equal Justice Works Fellowships

Two Seattle University School of Law graduates, Mary Bent ’23 and Katherine (Katy) Daley ’24, have earned prestigious Equal Justice Works (EJW) Fellowships to pursue a social justice-oriented project of their choosing over the course of the next two years.

June 3, 2024 | Announcements


Jason Puracal in his prison cell

12 Years in Pursuit of Vindication

The International Human Rights Clinic scored a victory for a Tacoma man who was wrongfully imprisoned abroad.

May 30, 2024


A group of Flex JD students in front of Sullivan Hall

First-ever graduates of innovative Flex JD program honored

Among the more than 200 graduates recognized at Seattle University School of Law’s Spring Commencement Ceremony include the first-ever cohort of students to earn their law degree through the law school’s innovative hybrid-online Flex JD program.

May 20, 2024


Seattle University School of Law and Alaska Pacific University leadership

Seattle U Law, Alaska Pacific University launch JD/MBA program

A new dual degree program, offered in partnership between Seattle University School of Law and Alaska Pacific University (APU) in Anchorage, makes it possible for Alaskan students to remain in their home state, the only state without a law school, while earning law and business degrees.

May 9, 2024


Student volunteers with the Youth Education and Advocacy Project

A Day in the Life of Youth Education & Advocacy Project Volunteers

Zulen Pantoja-Ortega ’24 and Tiana Pereira ’24 regularly help out at the King County Juvenile Detention Center as part of the Youth Education & Advocacy Project (YEAP). Here, Pantoja-Ortega and Pereira share their experience working with incarcerated youth.

April 15, 2024


Woman of the Year Bree Black Horse

Bree Black Horse ’13 named 2024 Woman of the Year

Bree Black Horse '13, the first Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Washington, was named Seattle U Law's 2024 Woman of the Year.

March 22, 2024 | Events


Sullivan Hall brick wall exterior with 'Seattle University School of Law' lettering.

Nationally-renowned UCLA professor headlines inaugural Delgado/Stefancic

Seattle University School of Law has announced that Devon Carbado, the Honorable Harry Pregerson Professor of Law at University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law, will deliver the inaugural Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic Distinguished Lecture on April 12, 2024, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in Sullivan Hall.

March 21, 2024 | Events


Students studying

Seattle U Law leaders helped spark bar exam reform

Seattle University School of Law leaders and alumni played key roles in developing and advocating for reforms to the state’s licensure process for new attorneys that culminated in sweeping changes ordered by the Washington Supreme Court

March 15, 2024


Sullivan Hall, spring evening, Seattle University School of Law (2015)

Berle Symposium brings leading corporate law experts to Seattle U Law

Internationally renowned academics, scholars, legal practitioners, and other distinguished experts will convene at Seattle University School of Law this Friday and Saturday to attend the 16th Berle Symposium.

March 6, 2024 | Events


Sullivan Hall behind spring cherry blossom tree

American Bar Association president to address Seattle U Law Commencement

American Bar Association President Mary Smith, a pathbreaking national leader in law and in STEM education and accessibility, will deliver the keynote address at Seattle University School of Law’s Spring Commencement on May 18.

February 29, 2024 | Announcements


Robert Chang Award Reception 2024

Professor named 'Mentor of the Year' by Korean bar association

Seattle University School of Law Professor Robert Chang was presented with the Mentor of the Year Award by the Korean American Bar Association (KABA) of Washington during its 33rd Annual Banquet at Benaroya Hall this month.

February 29, 2024


Nazune Menka

Seattle U Law hires first Alaska Native professor

Seattle University School of Law has selected Professor Nazune Menka to become the next faculty director of the Center for Indian Law & Policy. Menka, who will also serve as a tenure-track assistant professor of law, is Seattle U Law’s first Alaska Native faculty member.

February 8, 2024 | Announcements


Professor Steven Bender

Professor Honored with SALT 2024 Great Teacher Award

Seattle U Law Professor Steven Bender, an associate dean, is the recipient of the 2024 Society of American Law Teachers’ (SALT) Great Teacher Award for his significant contributions to teaching, legal education, and mentoring.

December 15, 2023


The panelists at the Hate Crimes Overview

Law school event explores hate crime stats, characteristics, reporting

A Sullivan Hall event featuring speakers from the U.S. Department of Justice and the King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office provided a deep-dive into hate crimes, including proper identification, most commonly reported types in King County, reasons for underreporting, and much more.

December 4, 2023 | Events


The panel consisted of Kasha Roseta ’14, Sarah Elerson ’12, Kiran Griffith ’13, Joan Miller ’12, Seattle U Law Professor Brooke Coleman, and Maria Wiederkehr ’21.

Brooke D. Coleman celebrated as Fredric C. Tausend Professor of Law

Seattle University School of Law celebrated the installation of Brooke D. Coleman as the Fredric C. Tausend Professor of Law. The title, named for a former Seattle U Law dean and professor, honors a Seattle U Law faculty member for their scholarly pursuits, teaching ability, and service work.

November 30, 2023 | Events


University of Washington School of Law student James Stafford (left) and Seattle University School of Law alumnus David Fernández Antelo ’23 (right) visit the Capitol in Olympia the day the wage theft bill is signed into law.

From Advocacy to Action

Students in Seattle U Law's Workers' Rights Clinic score a victory against wage theft with passage of legislation.

November 16, 2023


L-R: Professors Steven Bender and Margaret Chon, TILE faculty directors, Gigi Sohn, director of the American Association for Public Broadband, and Dean Tony Varona

Seattle U Law launches TILE Program

Seattle U Law celebrated the launch of the new Technology, Innovation, Law, and Ethics (TILE) Program with a speech from nationally-renowned tech evangelist Gigi Sohn.

October 26, 2023


L-R: Dean Anthony E. Varona, Professor Sital Kalantry, director of the RoundGlass India Center, Professor C. Raj Kumar, founding vice chancellor of Jindal Global University and Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, a member of the Parliament of India and India's leading Supreme Court litigator.

Seattle U Law welcomes member of Indian Parliament for Luminaries in Law

Seattle University School of Law, in collaboration with the RoundGlass India Center, welcomed Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, a member of the Parliament of India and India's leading Supreme Court litigator, to give a lecture on the Supreme Court of India.

October 26, 2023 | Events


Seattle U Law Professor Deirdre Bowen (left) interviews Dahlia Lithwick (right).

Nationally renowned author, Dahlia Lithwick visits Seattle U Law

New York Times bestselling author and legal journalist Dahlia Lithwick, whose journalism has appeared in Slate, MSNBC, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, CNN, and other prominent media outlets, kicked off Seattle U Law’s 2023-24 Dean’s Luminaries in Law Lecture & Conversation Series.

October 3, 2023 | Announcements


Law Library, Sullivan Hall, Seattle University School of Law

Seattle U Law professors publish impactful scholarship

Seattle University School of Law professors have been hard at work producing scholarship on a variety of important legal topics and issues.

August 25, 2023 | Announcements


Dean Tony Varona

Dean headlines event aimed at supporting legal scholars of color

Anthony E. Varona, dean of Seattle University School of Law, recently delivered the keynote address at the second annual Michael A. Olivas Writing Institute, a one-day international online event created to provide support and encouragement to junior and senior academic scholars of color in their writing projects.

August 14, 2023


Supreme Court building in New Delhi, India

Law professor’s new book examines Supreme Court of India

“Court on Trial,” co-authored by renowned India legal expert Sital Kalantry, is getting global media attention for shedding light on the inner workings of India’s highest court.

August 14, 2023


Decorative image: Supreme Court affirmative action webinar graphic

Legal experts weigh in on affirmative action ruling

A webinar hosted earlier this month by Seattle University School of Law attracted nearly 2,000 registered viewers, who listened to top experts from Seattle U Law and across the country analyze the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on affirmative action, which ruled that race-conscious admissions in higher education is largely unconstitutional.

July 24, 2023


Sullivan Hall building exterior

Law school hosts preeminent constitutional law expert

Seattle University School of Law is hosting a renowned legal scholar and professor, Ronald J. Krotoszynski, as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Residence this summer.

July 10, 2023


Exterior of the Sullivan Hall building on the Seattle University campus

Seattle U Law ranked among top schools for academic impact

Seattle University School of Law is the top law school in the Pacific Northwest for academic impact, according to a soon-to-be published article in the Florida State University Law Review.

July 7, 2023


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‘Terrifying and dystopian’: the dark realities of SCOTUS' decision

The Guardian

Professor Sara Rankin gave an extensive interview to the UK-based Guardian following the Supreme Court's homelessness decision.

June 29, 2024 | In the News


After reforms, racial inequity in WA 3-strikes law remains, report finds

The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times examined a new report, co-published by Seattle U Law's Civil Rights Clinic, on Washington's Three Strikes Law.

June 29, 2024 | In the News


Hour 2: Understanding the Supreme Court’s Ruling on Sleeping Outside

KIRO Radio's Gee and Ursula Show

Professor Sara Rankin discussed SCOTUS' homelessness ruling, Grants Pass v. Johnson, on KIRO Radio's Gee and Ursula Show.

June 28, 2024 | In the News


How SCOTUS public homelessness ruling could impact Washington cities

KING 5 News

Ahead of SCOTUS' decision in monumental homelessness case Grants Pass v. Johnson, Professor Sara Rankin spoke to KING 5 News.

June 26, 2024 | In the News


Supreme Court rejects challenge to abortion pill access

The Spokesman-Review

Professor Deirdre Bowen discussed with The Spokesman-Review how SCOTUS' mifepristone decision will impact Washington residents.

June 13, 2024 | In the News


What to Know About Seattle U Law and UW Tacoma’s South Sound Hybrid Hub

South Sound Business

South Sound Business profiled the new South Sound Hybrid Hub, created by Seattle U Law.

June 5, 2024 | In the News


Detained in a Foreign Country

KING 5 News

KING 5 covered Seattle U Law's Human Rights Clinic's effort to vindicate a man imprisoned abroad for crimes he didn't commit.

June 4, 2024 | In the News


What's next: Donald Trump found guilty in hush money trial

FOX 13's Good Day Seattle

Professor Deborah Ahrens, a criminal law expert, broke down the verdict in Donald Trump's trial on FOX 13's Good Day Seattle.

May 31, 2024 | In the News


What's next: Donald Trump found guilty in hush money trial

FOX 13's Good Day Seattle

Professor Andrew Siegel appeared on FOX 13's Good Day Seattle to answer questions following the verdict in Donald Trump's trial.

May 31, 2024 | In the News


Seattle U criminal law professor talks possible Trump sentencing outcome

KING 5 News

Hours after the verdict in his trial, Professor Deborah Ahrens talked to KING 5 about what may come next for Donald Trump.

May 30, 2024 | In the News


How to Choose a Civil Rights Law School

U.S. News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report spoke to Matt Etter '12 about how to choose a civil rights-centered law school.

May 22, 2024 | In the News


Common Ownership in the Merger Guidelines

Competition Policy International

In an essay published by CPI, noted antitrust expert Professor John Kirkwood examines the issues surrounding common ownership.

May 21, 2024 | In the News


Thomas, Alito: Two Originalists, Two Takes On CFPB Case

Law360

Professor Andrew Siegel was quoted by Law360 in an article examining a difference of opinion between Supreme Court justices.

May 16, 2024 | In the News


Dozens arraigned on misdemeanor charges after protest blocked traffic

KING 5

Professor Danieli Evans discussed with KING 5 the rights of protesters facing charges for blocking the road to Sea-Tac Airport.

May 15, 2024 | In the News


What would the reclassification of cannabis mean for Washington state?

Soundside on KUOW

Professor Deborah Ahrens spoke to KUOW's Soundside about the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's move to reclassify cannabis.

May 6, 2024 | In the News


An Attempt to Ban Abortions in Idaho

Seattle's Morning News on KIRO Radio

Professor Erin Carr spoke to Seattle's Morning News on KIRO Radio about the Supreme Court case challenging Idaho's abortion ban.

May 2, 2024 | In the News


Fatal Tesla crash raises questions on driver distraction, autopilot

KOMO 4

Distinguished Practitioner in Residence Steve Tapia spoke to KOMO 4 about a fatal car crash involving Tesla's autopilot feature.

April 25, 2024 | In the News


SCOTUS hears case that pits ID abortion ban against federal protections

The Spokesman-Review

Professor Deirdre Bowen spoke to The Spokesman-Review about the case before the Supreme Court challenging Idaho's abortion ban.

April 24, 2024 | In the News


Law school leaders in intellectual property law

The National Jurist

The National Jurist recognized Seattle U Law in a piece highlighting leading law schools for intellectual property law.

April 23, 2024 | In the News


Supreme Court to hear arguments on Oregon homelessness case

KOMO 4

KOMO spoke to Professor Sara Rankin on a Supreme Court case centered on cities' power to penalize people for sleeping outside.

April 22, 2024 | In the News


With homelessness rising, Supreme Court weighs bans on sleeping outdoors

KING 5

Professor Sara Rankin talked to KING 5 about oral arguments in a Supreme Court case concerning penalties for sleeping outside.

April 22, 2024 | In the News


The U.S. Supreme Court released a code of ethics. Here’s what’s missing

The Seattle Times

A Seattle Times op-ed quoted Professor Andrew Siegel in a discussion of the Code of Conduct released by the Supreme Court.

April 12, 2024 | In the News


Strike enters Day 4: Paraeducators, district continue to bargain

The Peninsula Daily News

Professor Elizabeth Ford spoke to the Peninsula Daily News about the Port Angeles Paraeducators Association's strike.

April 11, 2024 | In the News


Wage theft victims are owed $5.4 million that WA hasn’t collected

The Seattle Times

In an investigation into wage theft, The Seattle Times quoted Professor and Workers' Rights Clinic Director Elizabeth Ford.

April 7, 2024 | In the News


New alternatives to WA bar exam level the field for law licensing

The Seattle Times

In an editorial, the The Seattle Times praises Washington's reforms to the bar licensure process and quotes Dean Anthony Varona.

April 1, 2024 | In the News


“The people”/personhood paradox

Los Angeles Daily News

In an op-ed, Professor Erin Carr notes that by ignoring the will of the majority, courts narrow the definition of 'the people.'

March 27, 2024 | In the News


Supreme Court seems likely to preserve access to mifepristone

KING 5

Dr. Deirdre Bowen spoke to KING 5 about the Supreme Court case that could restrict access to the abortion drug mifepristone.

March 26, 2024 | In the News


Shoreline children receive 1,000 new helmets for cycling, scooters

KING 5

KING 5 featured 3L Schuyler Peters' project to donate 1,000 free bike helmets to kids at her childhood alma mater in Shoreline.

March 25, 2024 | In the News


City of Everett charges ‘event fee’ for mayor’s annual State of the City

FOX 13

Professor Erin Carr spoke to FOX 13 about Everett's decision to charge people to attend the mayor's State of the City address.

March 21, 2024 | In the News


Seattle shoppers cheer FTC action on Kroger-Albertsons merger

The Seattle Times

Professor John Kirkwood spoke to The Seattle Times about the FTC's attempt to block the Kroger and Albertsons merger.

February 26, 2024 | In the News


Woman killed stepdad after years of sexual abuse

The Oregonian

Professor Deirdre Bowen spoke to The Oregonian about a case involving an Oregon woman who killed her abusive stepfather.

February 23, 2024 | In the News


Washington lawmakers debate new supports for striking workers

KING 5 News

Professor Elizabeth Ford spoke to KING 5 about two bills in the Legislature that would provide support to striking workers.

February 20, 2024 | In the News


From ‘Fish Wars’ to legal triumph: The Boldt Decision, 50 years later

FOX 13 Seattle

50 years after the Boldt Decision, FOX 13 interviewed Brooke Pinkham about the monumental ruling that upheld treaty rights.

February 14, 2024 | In the News


Court Hears Case On Federal Agencies’ Regulatory Power

OSV News

Professor John Kirkwood spoke to OSV News about two Supreme Court cases that could undo the "Chevron deference."

January 24, 2024 | In the News


WA suit to block Kroger-Albertsons merger gets cheers, raised eyebrows

The Seattle Times

Professor John Kirkwood spoke to The Seattle Times about Attorney General Ferguson's suit over the Kroger-Albertsons merger.

January 18, 2024 | In the News


Disciplinary Decision Expected for Acquitted Tacoma Officers

KOMO 4

Professor Deborah Ahrens, a former public defender, spoke to KOMO News about the officers acquitted in Manuel Ellis' Death.

January 15, 2024 | In the News


Can we defend the defenders? On the safety of human rights workers

Just Security

Professor Thomas Antkowiak sheds light on the important and dangerous work of human rights defenders in Latin America.

January 12, 2024 | In the News


Outdated green card laws hurt workers from India

The Seattle Times

Professor Sital Kalantry writes that the country's green card system disproportionately hurts immigrants from India.

December 22, 2023 | In the News


Outdated green card laws hurt workers from India

The Seattle Times

Professor Sital Kalantry writes that the country's green card system disproportionately hurts immigrants from India.

December 22, 2023 | In the News


SCOTUS rejects appeal over bans on conversion therapy for LGBTQ+ kids

KING 5 News

Professor Deirdre Bowen discusses with KING 5 SCOTUS' refusal to hear a challenge to Washington's conversion therapy ban.

December 12, 2023 | In the News


Lina Khan’s Rough Year

New York Magazine

Professor John Kirkwood spoke to New York Magazine about Lina Khan's first two years leading the FTC and what could lie ahead.

December 12, 2023 | In the News


What happened during Week 8 of the trial for the death of Manuel Ellis

KING 5

Professor Deborah Ahrens joined a KING 5 panel to discuss the trial of three police officers charged with killing Manuel Ellis.

December 1, 2023 | In the News


Cities crack down on encampments. Advocates say that’s not the answer.

The Associated Press

Seattle U Law Professor Sara Rankin talks to the Associated Press about the increase in encampments and sweeps across the U.S.

November 28, 2023 | In the News


Antitrust Agencies Should Take Stronger Approach to Common Ownership

The Sling

Professor John Kirkwood examines common ownership, where investors own shares in two or more competitors, for The Sling.

November 22, 2023 | In the News


Kroger/Albertsons: Proposed Deal Could Suffer from Affiliate's Reliance

The Capitol Forum

Professor John Kirkwood spoke to The Capitol Forum about a proposed fix in the Kroger/Albertsons merger.

November 13, 2023 | In the News


Climate Disaster Is Here—and the State Will Never Save Us

In These Times

In an op-ed for In These Times, Professor Dean Spade writes that irreversible effects of climate change are already happening.

November 1, 2023 | In the News


New video shows deadly Bellevue crash; driver still wanted

KING 5

Professor Ron Slye spoke to KING 5 about the likelihood that a Chinese woman is extradited to face vehicular homicide charges.

November 1, 2023 | In the News


WA among 41 states suing Meta claiming its platforms harm mental health

KOMO News

Steve Tapia speaks to KOMO News and its sister stations across the country about the lawsuit filed against Meta.

October 24, 2023 | In the News


SpaceX blasts FAA for warning of falling Starlink satellites

FOX 13

Steve Tapia talks about space junk in the wake of the Federal Aviation Administration's report concerning satellite fragments.

October 19, 2023 | In the News


Judge tosses case against WA man beaten by police

The Seattle Times

Professor Robert Chang was among five attorneys representing Joseph Zamora as Grant County tried to prosecute him a second time.

October 18, 2023 | In the News


I still pinch myself to see if this is all real

Bar and Bench

International LLM student Ashok Kumar recounts his journey to study law in the U.S. to Indian news site Bar and Bench.

October 15, 2023 | In the News


NTSB report says fatigue caused ferry crash

KING 5

Elizabeth Ford spoke to King 5 after an NTSB report revealed that a 2022 ferry crash was caused by the captain falling asleep.

October 12, 2023 | In the News


Yale, Harvard Among Law Schools Eliminating 'Diversity Statements'

Law.com

In an interview with Law.com, Dean Tony Varona reaffirmed Seattle U Law's commitment to admitting diverse students.

October 10, 2023 | In the News


Woman whose case changed Washington drug law passes away

KNKX

Professor Pilar Margarita Hernández Escontrías spoke to KNKX Public Radio about the impetus for the Blake decision.

October 9, 2023 | In the News


An amnesty for reconciliation

EL PAÍS

In El País, Professor Ronald Slye explains the demands made for amnesty from the Spanish government toward secessionists.

October 5, 2023 | In the News


Why is liberal Seattle appealing to the conservative U.S. Supreme Court?

KUOW

Professor Rankin discusses the request to SCOTUS by Seattle and other Western U.S. cities to overturn two federal court rulings.

October 2, 2023 | In the News


Amazon sued by FTC and 17 states

KING 5

Professor John Kirkwood, a nationally renowned antitrust expert, shared his insights on the Amazon suit.

September 26, 2023 | In the News


Seattle is at the forefront of gig worker protections

Fast Company

Professor Elizabeth Ford explains that Seattle is setting the bar when it comes to protections and rights for gig workers.

September 7, 2023


Police nearly beat this WA man to death. Will the prosecution continue?

The Seattle Times

Professor Robert Chang is representing a man being prosecuted by Grant County for a crime he was already convicted of.

August 28, 2023 | In the News


Woman stabbed over 100 times highlights domestic violence statistics

KING 5

Professor Deirdre Bowen explains just how lethal the risk is for those who intervene in domestic violence incidents.

August 24, 2023 | In the News


Supreme Court ruling opens door to limit LGBTQ+ civil rights

Crosscut

Professor Andrew Siegel says a recent U.S. Supreme Court case could let businesses circumvent anti-discrimination laws.

August 23, 2023 | In the News


Who I'm Hurting By Shopping At Walmart

TIME

Professor John Kirkwood talks about the likelihood of the FTC enforcing a 1930s-era law meant to help small businesses.

August 23, 2023 | In the News


Supreme Court: Why India's top court is in a 'crisis'

BBC News

BBC News says Professor Sital Kalantry's new book contains "striking findings" about the Supreme Court of India.

July 31, 2023 | In the News


Federal public defenders could lose staff, be unable to handle caseload

KING 5

Professor Paul Holland talks to KING 5 about budget cuts and public defenders.

July 28, 2023 | In the News


SC reflects India’s religious diversity but not gender & caste diversity

ThePrint

Professor Sital Kalantry's new book is reviewed by ThePrint India.

July 26, 2023 | In the News


Families Will Feel Impact of SCOTUS Ruling Against Affirmative Action

South Seattle Emerald

Professor Deirdre Bowen talks to the South Seattle Emerald about the affirmative action decision.

July 24, 2023 | In the News


Can a program to help homeless people with biggest needs pay off?

The Seattle Times

Professor Sara Rankin explains why housing can be a cheaper alternative to jails or hospitals.

July 21, 2023 | In the News


What are reparations for? In Brazil Amazon community, its culture.

The Christian Science Monitor

Professor Thomas Antkowiak talks to the Christian Science Monitor about an environmental lawsuit in Brazil.

July 12, 2023 | In the News


The forthcoming Florida brain drain | Opinion

The South Florida Sun Sentinel

In an op-ed, Professor Erin Carr writes that Florida's policies may cost the Sunshine State its best and brightest.

July 2, 2023 | In the News