NewsFl@sh Header


Becoming Engaged in the Life of Your Law School

As members of a diverse and vibrant alumni community, we hope you will become engaged in helping shape the law school’s present and future by contributing and getting involved in the life of your school.

Law Alumni Board:  Your Alumni Governing Body

The Law Alumni Board (LAB), including leading members of the alumni body who have made a commitment to advance the mission of the law school, serves as an advisory body to the dean of the school and the Office of Alumni Relations. Established to engage alumni in support of Seattle University School of Law’s mission of educating outstanding lawyers who are leaders for a just and humane world, the LAB advises the alumni office on initiatives and activities designed to strengthen relationships in building an inclusive law school community of alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends.

The 2007 – 2008 Law Alumni Board members are:

Jason P. Amala ’05
P. Craig Beetham ’89
Donald W. Black ’95
Sandra L. Brown ’98
Sang I. Chae ’91
M. Lorena Gonzalez ’05
Grace J. Han Stanton ’98
Dale L. Kingman ’76
Kalai Lau ’99
Michele G. Radosevich ’94
Sharon A. Sakamoto ’84
Jeffrey M. Sayre ’89
Linda J. Strout ’79

Nominate Your Peers!

The Law Alumni Board and the Office of Alumni Relations would like your help in identifying alumni leaders to serve on the LAB. The nominations committee looks for alumni who are willing to devote time, imagination and resources to the LAB's goals. These goals include: acting as advisors to the alumni office and the dean; acting as informed advocates for the mission and vision of the School of Law; serving as a liaison between the school and the legal community; taking a leadership role in sponsoring events, fundraising, and supporting the school on public policy issues; recognizing professional achievements of alumni; fostering a sense of responsibility for the law school among graduates; and serving as mentors to students and recent graduates.

The Law Alumni Board is accepting nominations for eight open positions. Please feel free to download an application and nominate yourself or a colleague. If you are nominating a colleague, please refrain from contacting the nominee as this is a confidential process. For more information, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at

Return to the Home Page