Boise Homeless Case Dismissed, What Happens Next?
October 02 | KBSX
UN goals fall short of Francis' vision
September 24 | National Catholic Reporter
Criminalizing Homelessness Can Now Cost Cities Federal Money
September 22 | ThinkProgress
SCOTUS may take Apple ebooks case, but company will lose -- attorneys
September 17 | Policy and Regulatory Report
September 18, 2015
For the first time, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is asking public and private agencies that receive federal homelessness grants to describe how their efforts help combat the criminalization of homelessness.
September 17, 2015
State laws that protect teachers from arbitrary or discriminatory dismissal should be retained because they help students, especially those in underprivileged schools, according to an amicus brief filed by our Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, the American Association of University Professors, the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, and 17 award-winning California teachers.
September 14, 2015
Known for her compassion, her humor, and her unwaveringly high academic standards, Professor Brooke Coleman has been named the new William C. Oltman Professor of Teaching Excellence.
September 03, 2015
A former special education teacher with a passion for service, a personal trainer reconnecting with his Native American heritage, and an avid skier who oversaw one of the most complex foreclosures in Idaho's history are all recipients of Seattle University School of Law scholarships this year.
August 27, 2015
The Class of 2018 continues to uphold the school's standing as the most diverse law school in the Pacific Northwest, with 38 percent minority students. Fifty-three percent are female. The newcomers were born in 16 different countries; before starting law school they lived in 23 states and two countries.