School of Law in the News

August - September 2010 

September 18

Gun club neighbors say they're not interested in shutting it down

Kitsap Sun
Professor John Weaver is quoted in an article discussing a case filed against the Kitsap Rifle and Revolver Club.

Deputy's order to Creach to drop gun was lawful

The Spokesman-Review
Professor John Strait comments on the right to resist unlawful arrest.

September 3

Marijuana's true potency and why the law should change

The Seattle Times
Professor John McKay writes an Op-Ed discussing why the U.S. marijuana policy is dangerous and should be changed.

September 2010

Mark Niles has fast start at Seattle U.

King County Bar Association
Dean Mark Niles will kick off this year's Influential Voices series.

SU Academic Resource Center alumni pay it forward

King County Bar Association
Professor Paula Lustbader writes an article highlighting the many successes of ARC alumni.

August 23

Thinking outside the nationalist box: PMC and international humanitarian law

Huffington Post
Professor Won Kidane's article "The Status of Private Military Contractors Under International Humanitarian Law" was cited and quoted in a column by David Isenberg.

August 15

States cry foul over mandates

Colorado Springs Gazette
Professor David Engdahl comments on the scope of power under the Constitution's 10th Amendment.

August 3

Bree Blackhorse, a young woman with lofty goals

Indian Country Today
Bree Blackhorse is awarded the 2010 Native American Law Scholarship, a three-year, full-tuition scholarship.

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