Intellect, compassion, relationship building, drive, integrity, and devotion to the law school are all qualities that make Annette Clark '89 a great leader as the new dean of Seattle University School of Law.
Dean Clark talks about her path to the deanship and her plans for the future.
Law school nurtured a passion for the Constitution that took Brian Hodges ’01 all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
Yasmin Christopher ’14 is sharing her family's story to help advocate for immigrants' rights and to fight against what she calls modern-day slavery.
Alumni find their law degrees helpful in business and other careers at top employers.
Nathan Nanfelt ’12 received an $18,000 grant from The World Justice Project to create a pilot program of legal education in Zambia.
Michael Floyd '92, a leading authority on interviewing, detection of deception, co-wrote "Spy the Lie," which teaches people how to detect lies in their everyday lives.
Professor Ron Slye spent three years serving on the Kenyan Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission.
Will Witherspoon argued before the Ninth District Court of Appeals.
Janis Puracal '07 devoted to freeing her brother from Nicaraguan prison
International Human Rights Clinic secures release for man unjustly imprisoned in Mexico
Law students advise high schoolers in city’s first Youth Traffic Court
Grads take their legal skills into the classroom
Professor and students help transformed man win clemency
Law school celebrates commitment to diversity and Academic Resource Center 25th anniversary
Graduate fights for the rights of accused war criminal
Law school's full-tuition scholars work to effect societal change
Senators leave politics out of the classroom
Professor Paula Lustbader calls for lawyers to raise the bar
Three fellows will work for underserved communities after graduation
Law school leads effort to award honorary degrees to Japanese Americans forced from school during WWII
Professors Marilyn Berger and Melinda Branscomb, who helped shape the practical skills programs at the law school, retired this spring.
Dean Mark Niles inspired by law school's mission
Graduate protects education from attack, fights stereotypes
Tom Galligan’s career takes him from practice to Congress
Documentary on 9/11 fund stirs emotions, asks hard questions
Graduate Keith Jang-Hoon Seo is committed to helping the immigrant community overcome language access barriers.
School of Law Annex now home to thriving skills programs
Pioneering Mental Health Court Clinic trains students to represent a vulnerable population
Students make connections in Panama with service trip
Graduate Kabbie Konteh’s foundation keeps him connected to his roots
Graduates share top-secret work and friendship
Prosecutor and novelist combines truth and fiction
Sean Parnell is law school’s first governor
Sandra Day O'Connor headlines national conference exploring judicial independence
Study in Alaska Program provides unique view of state's legal issues
Clinic cases give students opportunities to make a real difference
New Fred T. Korematsu Center works for law and equality
Leadership for Justice Fellow Kristi Cruz '08 works to improve language access
Law school helped domestic violence survivor start new life
Two women committed to working with disadvantaged communities named Scholars for Justice.
Professors Boerner, Frankel and Oltman retire
PILF sowed seeds of public interest
Couple meets at 35th anniversary events
Donald and Lynda Horowitz fund first law school chair
Justice Charles Johnson prides himself on work with the law school
Part 2: Growing into Seattle University School of Law
First-year students spend spring break helping hurricane victims
Academic Resource Center celebrates 20 years of realizing dreams
Tracy Wood has always had an interest in international issues and has traveled to numerous developing countries.
In October 2006, alumni gathered to celebrate the silver anniversary with former directors of the clinical program and to welcome Paul Holland, new director of what is now known as the Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic.
Legal Writing professors take their knowledge to Africa
Law school honors Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift for standing up for his principles and the Constitution
Former U.S. Attorney John McKay brings his integrity and experience to the law school
Clinic students and professor win eye therapy for client