School of Law in the News

January 2010 

January 30

Fired U.S. attorneys say politics led to their ouster

The Arizona Republic
Professor and former U.S. attorney for western Washington John McKay talks to law students at Arizona State University about politics in the courtroom.

January 27

$1.4 million at stake for state work study at Seattle U

Seattle University Spectator
Assistant Dean for Student Financial Services Kathleen Koch comments on the devastating impact of suspending the state work study program.

January 19

Bellevue School District v. E.S.

TVW
Bob Boruchowitz, director of The Director Initiative, argued before the State Supreme Court that juveniles are entitled to counsel at truancy hearings.

January 11

Bellevue attorney Randy Gordon named to state Senate

The Seattle Times
Adjunct Professor Randy Gordon is appointed to the state Senate.

January 10

Electing judges: For and against

The Seattle Times
A panel discussion is held at the School of Law on whether judges should continue to be elected.

January 3

Bay Area defendants often alone at crucial court moment

Contra Costa Times
Professor Bob Boruchowitz is quoted in an article discussing the need for lawyers for people charged with minor crimes. 

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