We teach our students to analyze problems — to identify significant facts, analyze and synthesize precedent, interpret statutes, and construct policy arguments — and train them to write and speak with clarity and precision. At Seattle University School of Law, our students graduate with both a concern for justice and the capability to achieve it.
Professor Brooke Coleman honored for teaching excellence
September 14, 2015
Life lessons guide scholarship recipients to law school
September 03, 2015