A great partnership
Dean Mark Niles, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell ’87 and University of Alaska Anchorage Provost Michael Driscoll gathered for a reception in Anchorage in June. Dean Niles presented a CLE, followed by a reception attended by alumni and friends of the law school and featuring the governor as the keynote speaker. The Study Law in Alaska Program, in partnership with the University of Alaska Anchorage, has been in existence for nearly a decade and is directed by Stephanie Nichols ’06 . The law school is committed to being a resource for the state of Alaska, the only state without a law school. (Photo courtesy of the Governor's Office.)
Legal Writing faculty on tenure track
In a move that recognizes and reinforces the strength of its nationally acclaimed Legal Writing Program, Seattle University School of Law has created an opportunity for those teaching in the program to attain tenure.
LAB thanks past president
The Office of Alumni Relations welcomes John Worden ’89 to the Law Alumni Board and thank outgoing member Linda Strout ’79, a past president of the board.
Law school bids farewell to retirees
Professors Marilyn Berger and Melinda Branscomb, who helped shape the practical skills programs at the law school, retired this spring.
ARC prepares for 25th celebration
The law school will celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Academic Resource Center, a life-changing program that exemplifies the law school's commitment to educating leaders for justice and its goal of increasing access to and diversity in the legal profession, Sept. 9 and 10.