Throughout the year we host several virtual and in-person events for admitted students. Below you will find recordings from recent virtual sessions covering a variety of topics. Continue to check your email for announcements of upcoming events.
Moving to Seattle can be challenging, but we are here to help. Find out what neighborhoods our students live in, how to get around the city, and some housing resources from a panel of admission staff and students who made the move themselves. Please note that some video and audio issues occurred, so it is best to view with captions or with the audio transcript.
Learn details about the Flex JD program from Samira Sharif, Assistant Director of the Flex JD Program; Andrew Siegel, Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and William C. Oltman Professor of Teaching Excellence; and current Flex JD students.
Professor Chinen teaches contracts and courses in international law and writes on various aspects of international law, particularly international governance, theology and international law, and the relationship between domestic and international law. More recently, he has written on artificial intelligence and legal responsibility.
Student Financial Services covers the cost of attendance, the contents of a financial aid offer letter, next steps in the financial aid process, and how to prepare financially for law school.
"You will have no free time in law school. Everyone experiences imposter syndrome. Law school is exactly what being a lawyer is like." Watch current law students bust or verify common law school myths like these, plus more.
The journey through law school is not meant to be undertaken alone. Hear from current students how the Seattle U Law community supports your success through academic, professional, and well-being resources.
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