New Civic Alliance Aims to End Seattle’s Chronic Homelessness with a Focus on Single Adults

July 19, 2018

Seattle University's Homeless Rights Advocacy Project (HRAP) today announced the formation of Third Door Coalition, a new alliance of civic leaders working together to develop solutions to chronic homelessness in the wake of Seattle's contentious and unsuccessful attempt to implement a new tax on the city's largest employers.

Mineta joins with Korematsu Center to challenge citizenship question on census

July 10, 2018

Former Secretary of Commerce Norman Y. Mineta and the Sakamoto sisters were incarcerated during World War II because of their Japanese ancestry.

Jesuits denounce unjust treatment of asylum seekers and migrant families at the U.S. southern border

June 21, 2018

The Jesuit Conference's Office of Justice and Ecology, along with several other Jesuit organizations, including 11 Jesuit law schools, has denounced the Trump Administration's "morally repugnant" zero tolerance policy that reinforces the criminalization of migration and has already separated thousands of migrant families.

Law students use eye-opening trip to jumpstart summer fellowship

May 07, 2018

Four law students traveled to Montgomery, Alabama, in late April to attend the opening ceremony of the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.

Law school co-sponsors visit by James Comey

May 07, 2018

In an event co-sponsored by the School of Law, former FBI Director James Comey spoke to a large group of students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests at Seattle University.