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New attorneys join Incubator Program

Seattle U Law's innovative Incubator Program entered its eighth year with a new group of entrepreneurial attorneys.

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New course explores what's next for restorative justice

In the wake of global demonstrations and calls for racial justice, SU Law added a new one-week course.

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

SU School of Law alumni have stepped up to keep the legal system safe and operational during the coronavirus pandemic.

Alum earns fellowship to help victims of elder abuse

Roundtree will work with seniors who are at risk of losing their homes or their home equity.

Fellowship provides legal aid to pandemic's hard-hit farmworkers

Fellowship provides legal aid to pandemic's hard-hit farmworkers

July Update for Alumni

July Update for Alumni

Alum celebrates anti-discrimination win at U.S. Supreme Court

Alum celebrates anti-discrimination win at U.S. Supreme Court

June Update for Alumni

Updates on where the law school stands as we look forward to beginning a new academic year

Recent law graduate overcomes coronavirus

Recent law graduate overcomes coronavirus, looks forward to starting career

Two 2020 grads receive Equal Justice Works fellowships

Vallen Solomon and Javiera Wood are two of 78 public interest lawyers across the country chosen to receive the 2020 fellowship

Law students help protect domestic violence victims during pandemic

Almost a dozen Seattle University School of Law students have signed up for a new project launched by Professor Deirdre Bowen

A letter from Dean Annette Clark

A letter from Dean Annette Clark

Be your own boss: Incubator program welcomes seven new attorneys

Be your own boss: Incubator program welcomes seven new attorneys

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New attorneys join Incubator Program

Seattle U Law's innovative Incubator Program, which supports alumni as they build solo or small law practices, entered its eighth year with a new group of entrepreneurial attorneys.

March 18, 2021


New course explores what's next for restorative justice

Seattle University School of Law has added a new one-week course during the winter intersession that will help students imagine a restorative, rather than punitive, justice system.

December 3, 2020


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

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

November 4, 2020


Alum earns fellowship to help victims of elder abuse

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.

September 4, 2020


Fellowship provides legal aid to pandemic's hard-hit farmworkers

Lavena Staten: "The federal government deemed farmworkers essential but made their safety optional. The pandemic is exposing our country's cruel treatment of farmworkers."

July 31, 2020


July Update for Alumni

Dean Clark: Help us spread the word about our new hybrid-online program for students with jobs and families to get a law degree.

July 14, 2020


Alum celebrates anti-discrimination win at U.S. Supreme Court

Seattle University School of Law alumnus Brian J. Sutherland '06 represented Gerald Bostock, one of the plaintiffs in the LGBTQ discrimination case.

June 24, 2020


June Update for Alumni

Updates on where the law school stands as we look forward to beginning a new academic year this fall despite the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

June 9, 2020


Recent law graduate overcomes coronavirus

Recent law graduate overcomes coronavirus, looks forward to starting career

June 5, 2020


Two 2020 grads receive Equal Justice Works fellowships

Vallen Solomon and Javiera Wood are two of 78 public interest lawyers across the country chosen to receive the 2020 fellowship, which allows them to pursue a project of their own design for two years following graduation.

May 21, 2020


Law students help protect domestic violence victims during pandemic

Liu and almost a dozen other Seattle University School of Law students have signed up for a new project launched by Professor Deirdre Bowen - a "pop-up clinic" of sorts that addresses the increased need for domestic violence protection orders during the pandemic. Student volunteers, all of whom studied family law with Bowen, will be on call to help victims fill out the required legal forms to obtain a protection order. And all of it will happen online.

April 20, 2020


A letter from Dean Annette Clark

In formulating the law school's response to this evolving COVID-19 public health crisis, we've been focusing on two core principles: (1) a commitment to our law students' physical and mental health and general well-being; and (2) our dedication to continuing to provide, even under these difficult circumstances, a high-quality legal education that is informed by the Jesuit mission of educating the whole person and professional formation.

April 7, 2020


Be your own boss: Incubator program welcomes seven new attorneys

Seattle University School of Law announced the participants in the 2020 Incubator Program this month. The program provides training, guidance, and resources to help alumni manage a solo or small firm practice that offers reduced-fee, high-quality legal services.

January 24, 2020