Supreme Court will hear case on public sector union fees
July 01 | Al Jazeera America
Helping homeless less costly than criminalizing them
June 28 | Everett Herald
Gay rights activist celebrates Supreme Court ruling
June 26 | KING 5
Andrew Siegel comments on SCOTUS marriage equality ruling
June 26 | KIRO News Radio
June 17, 2015
A statement by Dean Annette Clark '89 on the death of Fr. William Sullivan, S.J.
Jesuit Refugee Service, Jesuit law schools identify legal challenges facing Central American migrants
June 16, 2015
In recognition of World Refugee Day, Jesuit Refugee Service/USA and 13 U.S.-based Jesuit law schools, including Seattle University School of Law, announce the release of a report that captures efforts by Jesuit law schools to assist asylum seekers and migrants from Central America and challenges they face in delivering these services.
June 05, 2015
Congressman Adam Smith joined Professor Tom Antkowiak, director of our International Human Rights Clinic, to once again demand the release of client Nestora Salgado-García, a Renton woman illegally imprisoned in Mexico for almost two years.
May 27, 2015
Professor Russell Powell, an expert on religious jurisprudence and a member of the law schoo's faculty since 2005, will serve as Seattle University's associate provost for global engagement, a position he has held on an interim basis for seven months.
May 20, 2015
In the midst of a 16-day hunger strike, Nestora Salgado-García, the Renton woman who has been illegally imprisoned in Mexico since August of 2013, will be moved from a remote, maximum security prison to a detention facility in Mexico City where she'll be able to receive crucial medical care.