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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.

Tribal justice event celebrates power of community, healing

May 07, 2019

Law students learned about an innovative approach to restorative justice, called “Healing to Wellness,” at a special event hosted by the Center for Indian Law and Policy (CILP) last month.

New online degree program meets growing need for compliance officers

April 30, 2019

Seattle U Law launches fully online Master of Legal Studies in compliance and risk management.

Korematsu Center files Supreme Court amicus brief challenging the 2020 census citizenship question

April 04, 2019

The Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality joins American citizens of Japanese descent who were incarcerated during World War II, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and CAIR-New York, in filing an amicus brief challenging the census citizenship question in the Supreme Court.