School of Law in the News

May 2010 

May 10

Gay couples need to plan differently for aging

Professor Lisa Brodoff talks about how Medicaid laws affect gay couples.

Hiring probes mark shift in antitrust enforcement

Professor Jack Kirkwood comments on antitrust investigations into hiring practices in the technology sector and the oil industry.

May 6

California Democrats to sue over special election date

Monterey County Herald
Joaquin Avila, director of the law school's National Voting Rights Advocacy Initiative, filed a suit arguing that a California special election date violates the federal Voting Rights Act.

May 2010

Begging the question

King County Bar Bulletin
2L Arthur Shwab looks at Seattle's controversial panhandling ordinance, including an informative debate held at the law school.

SU celebrates non-traditional career achievements

King County Bar Bulletin
The Center for Professional Development is preparing students for the work force with new programs, including the Beyond the Traditional Career Fair.

School of Law Annex