American Express to work with DoJ on steering remedies
February 23 | Policy and Regulatory Report
It’s just too expensive to execute people, says Kentucky lawmaker
February 05 | Washington Post
SCOTUS deals blow to retirees
January 27 | Politico
The Supreme Court Case That Could Decimate American Public Sector Unionism
January 26 | In These Times
February 27, 2015
Washington State Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu is the School of Law's 2015 Woman of the Year. She will be recognized by the law school and the Women's Law Caucus at a luncheon March 6.
February 04, 2015
Four recent graduates are starting their own practices and serving clients of moderate means with the support of the Low Bono Incubator Program. The program, now in its second year and run by the Access to Justice Institute, provides selected new attorneys financial assistance and guidance as they "incubate" a law practice for 12 months.
February 02, 2015
The hemisphere's primary human rights monitor has called on Mexico to act immediately to protect the "life and physical integrity" of Nestora Salgado-García of Renton, Wash.
January 30, 2015
Erica Wolf, a 2005 graduate of Seattle University School of Law and a national expert in Indian trusts and estates law, was asked to participate in the Uniform Law Commission’s Tribal Probate Code Committee.
January 29, 2015
James Armstrong, a specialist in workers compensation, and Jamal Whitehead, a prominent federal litigator, will be honored for their continuing dedication to Seattle University School of Law’s students and the legal community.