Seattle University School of Law's Admission Fellows are participating in our online student journals. Since the school year began, these current first and second-year students have been gathering their thoughts and reflections about what it means to be a law student here: from classroom experiences to juggling commitments to making the most of their legal educations.
We invite you to travel through the year with the students as they share not only their confidences and anxieties but also their accomplishments and success strategies. Hear what it's like to be an Seattle University law student, as they candidly express views about not only law school, but also the law generally, and their professional aspirations.
New entries will be available periodically as students find time to squeeze their updates into their busy lives.
Christine Sohn is from Tacoma, Washington. Prior to law school, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Classics and Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Pacific Lutheran University. In 2020, she was named an inaugural Gregoire Fellow and a Washington State Law Scholar. Christine currently serves as the Managing Editor of Law Review and a mentor in the Asian Pacific Islander Law Students Association. In 2021, she was selected as a Kate Seabright Scholarship recipient for her strong commitment to increasing diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. Christine hopes to use her legal career to diversify the Seattle market, particularly in the realm of private practice.
Justin Gorney is from Houston, Texas. Prior to his move to Seattle, Justin received his Master’s Degree in English Literature, focusing on children’s and young adult literature due to his love for the world of Harry Potter. Justin has interests in pursuing intellectual property and entertainment law at Seattle University.
Tiana Pereira was born and raised on the island of O‘ahu, Hawai‘i. She attended Gonzaga University and received a BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice with a minor in Sociology. Before starting law school, she was a Registered Behavioral Technician and worked with students on the Autism Spectrum in the Hawai‘i public school system. Tiana hopes to use her legal education to serve my community in Seattle and back at home.
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Priority Application Deadline
March 1, 2023
Virtual Visit Day
April 1, 2023
Summer Term Begins
June 20, 2023
Access Admission Program Begins
June 12, 2023
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Fall Classes Begin
August 21, 2023