We love to tell stories about what alumni of Seattle University School of Law are doing. Here are a selected few. If you have an idea for an alumni profile, let us know!
Alumni use their law degrees to further science and research
Former WTO Deputy Director Rufus Yerxa '76 shares his story.
Alumni help students through moot court 'dress rehearsals.
Alumni serve as managing partners at top Seattle firms.
Lorena Gonzalez '05 wins Community Service Award for civil rights work
Judge and mentor Anita Crawford Willis '86 honored for contributions to community.
Dean Annette Clark '89 shares her vision for the law school
Brian Hodges '01 wins in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Nathan Nanfelt'12 wins grant for work in Zambia
Alumni use their degrees at Seattle's biggest employers.
Janis Puracal '07 devoted to freeing her brother from a Nicaraguan Prison
John '07 and Ryan '07 Prosser take their legal skills into the classroom
Jason Pirtle '05 fights for the rights of accused war criminal
Courtney Erwin '05 protects education from attack, fights stereotypes
Tom Galligan's ('81) career takes him from practice to Congress
Keith Jang-Hoon Seo '09
Kabbie Konteh's ('08) foundation keeps him connected to his roots
Graduates share top-secret work and friendship
Prosecutor and novelist combines truth and fiction
Sean Parnell '87 is law school's first governor
Law school helped domestic violence survivor start a new life
aw school unites Frank Edmondson '82 and Vickie Grahn '04.
Justice Charles Johnson '76 prides himself on his work with the law school.
P. Craig Beetham '89 and his two sons, Scott '06, and Brett '08, compare law school stories.
Craig Sims '97 talks about his most memorable moments in law school, his practice and what inspires him.
The Black Law Student Association honored Judge Anita Crawford-Willis '86 and Karen Murray '91 for their contributions to you.
Women's Law Caucus presents her with Reah Whitehead Public Leadership Award.
Bill Marler '87 and Bruce Clark '84 of Marler Clark lead the way in food poisoning litigation.
Law school honors Charles Swift '94 for standing up for his principles and the Constitution.
Sang Chae '91 uses his law degree to make sound business deals.
Maria Sullivan '80 finds purpose and satisfaction on small Hawaiian island.