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.
Margaret Chon elected to prestigious legal institute
February 02, 2016
Bryan Adamson wins award for excellence in clinical education
November 20, 2015
Our faculty help you plan a schedule that matches your interests and goals.
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U.S. News ranks our Legal Writing Program as one of the best in the country.