Dean Mark C. Niles congratulates State Supreme Court Justice Mary Fairhurst, who was honored at the law school’s 2011 Red Mass celebration for her commitment to public service. The annual event recognized the contribution of Seattle University School of Law alumni, as well as others in the legal community and judiciary who are working for a more just world. (Photo by Jennifer Richard)
Changing the way we eat
The law school brings William Marler '87, the country's most prominent foodborne illness lawyer, and author Jeff Benedict to campus to discuss the importance of food safety on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m. in Piggot Auditorium. RSVP online.
Pledge pro bono
A new Pro Bono Pledge Program provide students the opportunity to help meet the needs of underserved communities and contribute to a more just and humane world, while gaining valuable experience.
Beating domestic violence
Elizabeth Tonti, a May 2011 graduate, earned a fellowship to provide legal services and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence as an AmeriCorps Attorney with Legal Aid of Arkansas.