Principled Service

Former Judge Don Horowitz and Professor McKay culminate their popular “Making a Difference” series on Tuesday, March 25, with “The Finale: The Public Service Opportunities are Always There.” The fourth installment of their program will be from 5-7 p.m. in Room C1 of Sullivan Hall.

Along with a number of exciting guests, Horowitz and McKay will carefully explore the rewards and risks of principled service, provide living and inspiring examples – and some sad ones. The presenters and the audience will discuss their hopes for what their individual career and personal stories will be, and what they can do about it.

Horowitz and McKay will demonstrate that continued development of excellent professional skills results not only in better legal outcomes for clients and the public, but also more professional and personal options that empower difficult or courageous career and personal decisions.

This is the fourth and final symposium in the four-part series “Making A Difference: Using Your Law Degree to Make the World a Better Place No Matter Where You Go in Your Career - and Life,” aimed at encouraging students, lawyers and others to make room for public service in their careers and their lives, no matter where their careers take them.

The event is co-sponsored by the School of Law’s Center for Professional Development and Access to Justice Institute. For more information, please contact Katie Tiehen at the Access to Justice Institute at (206) 398.4173 or

Sullivan Hall