We serve the cause of justice by providing legal research and advocacy in cases where our work can make a difference. Our initiatives, spearheaded by dedicated faculty, staff, students: share the common goal of creating a more just and humane society.
Founded in 2008 by director and professor from practice Robert C. Boruchowitz, the Defender Initiative is dedicated to...
The Homeless Rights Advocacy Project (HRAP) engages Seattle University School of Law students in effective legal and policy research, analysis, and advocacy work to advance the rights of homeless adults, youth, and children.The Calhoun Family Fellowship was established by Jerry Calhoun (BA, Seattle University '67) to advance equal justice.
The Civil Right to Counsel Initiative is a project of at Seattle University School of Law led by Professor Lisa Brodoff, in partnership with the National Coalition for a Civil Rights to Counsel (NCCRC).
The Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System is working to address racial disparity in Washington's criminal justice system.