Korematsu Center student fellows J. Bailey Bertram '13, Ethan Kutinsky '12, Elisia Gatmen '12, and Matthew Sanders '12

Fred T. Korematsu
Center for Law and Equality

Advancing justice through knowledge and advocacy

The Center's mission is to advance justice and equality through a unified vision that combines research, advocacy, and education:

Research

We foster cutting-edge interdisciplinary scholarship by inviting groups of scholars to engage with each other about pressing social issues. We conduct workshops and conferences that will produce books and other publications.

Advocacy

We engage in an array of advocacy efforts, many of which coordinate with the Law School's Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic. The Center has developed partnerships with advocacy organizations, law firms, and individuals to pursue our projects.

Education

We broaden our reach through education. We train the next generation of lawyers and scholar/teacher/
activists through enhanced course offerings in the J.D. program and through post-graduate teaching and advocacy fellowships.

Contact

Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality
Sullivan Hall
901 12th Avenue
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
Fax: 206.398.4036

Robert S. Chang, Executive Director
Phone: 206.398.4025
E-mail: changro@seattleu.edu

Lorraine Bannai, Director
Phone: 206.398.4009
E-mail: bannail@seattleu.edu

Jessica Levin, Staff Attorney
Phone: 206.398.4167
E-mail: levinje@seattleu.edu

Julie McClure, Administrator
Phone: 206.398.4282
E-mail: mcclurej@seattleu.edu

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