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Law students mark Pro Bono Week by helping clients with housing challenges

November 20, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, housing insecurity has emerged as an area where legal services can provide crucial support for vulnerable communities. That need inspired Seattle University School of Law students and staff to hold a Housing Justice Clinic as part of Pro Bono Week in October.

Alumni help keep courts safe and operational during COVID-19 crisis

November 04, 2020

Judges have worked to implement technology, teach lawyers how to use Zoom, and build a new system of video voir dire.

Seattle U Law announces inaugural Gregoire Fellows cohort

October 27, 2020

Seattle University School of Law is proud to announce its inaugural cohort of the Gregoire Fellows Program, a unique initiative founded in 2015 to increase diversity in the legal profession in Washington state.

Alum earns fellowship to help victims of elder abuse

September 04, 2020

Archie Roundtree, Jr. ’18 has earned a spot in a new national program, launched by Equal Justice Works, to help victims of elder abuse and exploitation.

Scholarship recipients driven by passion for social justice

August 28, 2020

Both scholarships are three-year, full-tuition awards that recognize outstanding law students. The Scholars for Justice award goes to a student committed to working in public interest, and the Nash award goes to an enrolled member of an Indian tribe (or lineal descendant of an enrolled member).