Woman of the Year
Michele Radosevich ’94, a leader in the Washington legal community, received the 2013 Woman of the Year Award from Seattle University School of Law and its Women's Law Caucus at a special luncheon. She serves as president of the Washington State Bar Association and is a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine. From left, Women’s Law Caucus Co-Presidents Lauren Martin, Hannah McDonald, Radosevich and Sonja Carlson, who received the WLC Scholarship. The law school also recently presented its Latina/o Community Awards and the Black Law Student Association Alumni Awards. (Photo by Matt Hagen.)
An excellent teacher
Sid DeLong will be installed as the William C. Oltman Professor of Teaching Excellence Tuesday, March 26. DeLong, known for his rigorous teaching and his sense of humor, will present a lecture, “Why Law School?” at 4:30 p.m. in Room C-5. RSVP now.
Celebrating 40 years of alumni
Meet up with former classmates and professors at the 40th anniversary celebration of the law school Thursday, April 11. We look forward to recognizing the achievements of all our alumni who have helped make the law school what it is today. Register now.
A leader for justice
An advocate for social justice and immigrant rights, Diego Rondón Ichikawa is the 2013 Leadership for Justice Fellow. After graduation, he will continue his work to combat wage theft through a project with the National Employment Law Project.
The Beats: Literature meets law
Professor David Skover will discuss his latest book, "Mania: The Story of the Outraged and Outrageous Lives that Launched a Cultural Revolution," at a symposium April 5. He and others will talk about the lives, literature and law of the Beat writers.
Show students what you do
Are you interested in helping students learn more about the opportunities available to them after law school? Please consider taking part in the Job Shadow Program April 8-12. Contact us by April 1 if you can host a student.