Report identifies cost-effective solution to chronic homelessness

July 15, 2019

Permanent supportive housing is the most humane and cost-effective solution to chronic homelessness, according to a new report from Seattle University School of Law's Homeless Rights Advocacy Project.

Grant recipients start summer of public interest work

June 03, 2019

The Public Interest Law Foundation has awarded 21 full-time and two part-time grants to law students working at government agencies and nonprofit groups this summer.

Korematsu Center earns prestigious race equity award

May 22, 2019

The Korematsu Center at Seattle University School of Law is the 2019 recipient of the Derrick Bell Legacy Award from the Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA). Professor Robert Chang, executive director of the center, will receive the award at CRSEA's annual conference later this month.

Two law students earn prestigious Equal Justice Works fellowships

May 14, 2019

Law students Alex Romero and Hyun-mi Kim have both earned prestigious Equal Justice Works (EJW) Fellowships to engage in a public interest project of their own design for two years following graduation.

Seattle U Law hosts Annual Association of Academic Support Educators Conference

May 09, 2019

Law school academic support educators from across the country will gather at Seattle University School of Law this month to share ideas, research, and real-world experiences in order to better help students succeed in law school and on the bar exam.