School of Law in the News
January - February 2011
Professor Richard Delgado is quoted in an article discussing the book "Degradation: What the history of obscenity tells us about hate speech."
Professor John Strait comments on the likelihood of the prosecutor charging the officer who shot and killed John T. Williams last year.
Distinguished Jurist in Residence Terrence Carroll is appointed Committee Chair by the King County Districting Committee.
King County Bar Bulletin
Public interest lawyers James Degel '80 and Jeanne Berwick made strategic gifts to fund a post-graduate fellowship and further develop the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality.
Los Angeles Times
Distinguished Practitioner in Residence and Director of the National Voting Rights Advocacy Initiative Joaquin Avila reacts to a judge's decision not to delay elections in Compton, California, where Avila argues that at-large elections for City Council weaken Latinos' voting power.
Distinguished Practitioner in Residence and Director of the National Voting Rights Advocacy Initiative Joaquin Avila is a guest on a radio segment that delves into the controversy over elections in Compton, California.
The Wenatchee World
Ernest Radillo '07 receives the city of Wenatchee's Civil Rights and Social Justice Award.
preLaw Magazine named Seattle University School of Law one of the best Public Interest Law Schools
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
A screening of Professor Marilyn Berger's documentary film "Out of the Ashes" will be held in New York on Jan. 12.
Washington State Bar Association
Professor Paula Lustbader writes an article discussing the importance of civility and highlighting Robert's Fund, which is a small Seattle-based foundation devoted to fostering more civility.