The Lawyer is the official law school magazine, distributed to about 12,000 alumni and friends of the law school. Published twice yearly, in the summer and winter.
Read about the exciting programs and admirable work being done by students, faculty and alumni in the semi-annual Lawyer magazine, published for alumni and friends of Seattle University School of Law.
Winter 2012-13 Featured Stories
Truth, justice and reconciliation(Cover Story)
Professor Ron Slye seeks justice for Kenyans.
A strong argument
Student argues before Ninth District Court of Appeals
Spy the Lie
Grad Michael Floyd teaches you how to detect lies
Summer 2012 Featured Stories
Her biggest case (Cover Story)
Janis Puracal ’07fights for brother's release in Nicaragua
Clinic helps free innocent man from Mexican prison
A jury of their peers
Law school partners to launch Youth Traffic Court
John and Ryan Prosser ’07 take legal skills into the classroom
Winter 2011-12 Featured Stories
Freedom Restored (Cover Story)
Clinic wins clemency for changed man
Scholars for Justice
Three full-tuition recipients committed to doing good
A state senator student learns from a former senator
Changing the Face
Law school celebrates commitment to diversity and Academic Resource Center 25th anniversary
Graduate represents accused Ugandan war criminal
Summer 2011 Featured Stories
Law school reaches out to Japanese Americans forced from school
Leaders for Justice
Three graduates earn social justice fellowships
Professors Marilyn Berger and Melinda Branscomb retire
The promise of civility
Professor Paula Lustbader calls for lawyers to raise the bar
In Summary is the monthly e-newsletter of news and events from the law school.