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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.
May 13, 2015
Professor for Practice Bob Boruchowitz testified before the United States Senate Judiciary Committee May 13 about the Constitutional right to counsel for indigent misdemeanor defendants.
May 13, 2015
Law student Daniel Hsieh '15 received Seattle University's Hunthausen Award, given each year to one undergraduate and one graduate student who demonstrate the university's most treasured values — integrity, faith, leadership, and passion for learning.
May 12, 2015
When Andrés E. Muñoz worked labor-intensive jobs in retail, food service, and at warehouses during high school and college, he saw injustices in the workplace that shaped his career goals. He earned the inaugural Seattle University School of Law Frances Perkins Fellowship at the Unemployment Law Project.
May 11, 2015
Nestora Salgado-García, the Renton woman who has been imprisoned in Mexico since August of 2013 and a client of the law school's International Human Rights Clinic, is on her sixth day of a hunger strike to protest her illegal detention.