ABC News / Univision
Law professor Steven Bender says a solution to the tension between immigration agents and detainees should stem from a change in the way immigrants are viewed, and not from policy tweaks.
Professor Carmen González explains how women of color in academia build resilience based on the discrimination they've faced.
In a lecture at Dartmouth College, Professor Dean Spade explains why the legal system is ineffective in alleviating discrimination against underprivileged groups.
BBC World Service Radio Newsday
Professor Ron Slye, former commissioner with the Truth, Justice & Reconciliation Commission in Kenya, hopes the commission's upcoming report helps Kenyans know they're not alone.
Northwest Asian Weekly
Law student Yasmin Christopher, who survived human trafficking as a child, will be honored at the Women of Courage Luncheon.
WAMC Northeast Public Radio
What if you went to work every day knowing you would be presumed incompetent? Professor Carmen Gonzalez answers that question and talks about bias against women of color in academia.
Professor Annette Clark, a 1989 graduate of Seattle University School of Law and a highly accomplished scholar, teacher and administrator, will be the law school's next dean, effective July 1.
Recognizing Diego Rondon Ichikawa's commitment to ending wage theft, Seattle University School of Law has awarded him the 2013 Leadership for Justice Fellowship.
Professor Jack Kirkwood talked with Essex Porter of KIRO TV about whether Chris Hansen and his group have an anti-trust case with the NBA.
Assistant Professor Charlotte Garden explains how new rules could block unionization efforts at religious colleges and universities.
In this article about non-profit public defender agencies becoming part of King County government, Professor From Practice Robert Boruchowitz offers options to allow the agencies to retain independence.
Law school student Yasmin Christopher is featured in this piece about efforts to frame immigration reform as a women's issue.
Professor Dean Spade talks about why his advocacy work focuses on poverty and racism.
KPFA, Against the Grain
When it comes to hate crime, is more legislation the answer? Professor Dean Spade argues that putting more laws on the books may only detract from efforts to achieve real racial and social justice.
Professor Julie Shapiro offers her thoughts on the U.S. Supreme Court cases dealing with same-sex marriage and the implications for Washington, where same-sex marriage is already legal.
Andrew G. Tingkang '12 and his article in the Seattle University Law Review are cited in this piece about asteroid mining rights and the future of space law.
John Strait, Associate Professor of Law, weighs in on whether recent controversial rulings by the Washington Supreme Court constitute judicial activism.
Robert C. Boruchowitz, Professor from Practice, joined Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson in this editorial about the state of public defense 50 years after Gideon v. Wainwright.
Lori Bannai, director of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, spoke at "A Day of Remembrance" to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the enactment of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988.
Seattle University School of Law's financial literacy training for at-risk high school students is featured in this photo spread.
The Mental Health Court Clinic at Seattle University School of Law is featured for its groundbreaking efforts to train and inspire lawyers to practice in this important area of the law.
Will Witherspoon, a fourth-year student at Seattle University School of Law, is featured in this story about his rare opportunity to argue before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
The King County Bar Association announces Seattle University School of Law's 40th anniversary celebration.
"Words That Wound," Professor Richard Delgado's groundbreaking law research paper on hate speech, is cited in this story about an offensive tweet targeting African American actress Quvenzhané Wallis.
Adjunct professor Matt Williams will conduct anti-corruption and counter human trafficking training for judges and prosecutors in Albania.
Professor Lorraine Bannai takes part in a discussion about the 71st anniversary of the signing of the order that led to the Japanese American internment.
KING 5 News
Professor Sidney DeLong says cruise ship contracts strip passengers of many legal rights, even when the cruise becomes a disaster.
Student Yasmin Christopher details the suffering she and her family faced while held captive on a remote farm by her father, after being brought to the United States from Bangladesh.
The National Law Journal
Mark Niles, dean of Seattle University School of Law, announces his plan to step down and return to Washington, D.C.
Life Inc., The Today Show
Adjunct professor Paula Selis explains the drawbacks of dealing with an arbitration company when a consumer has a dispute with a company.