Incubator Program helps new lawyers
Congratulations to Katherine Rich, Eleanor Doermann, Olga Owens, and Bret Sachter! They're our new Incubator Program attorneys, and will receive stipends and guidance to start their law practices serving clients of moderate means. (Photo by Marcus Donner) Read more.
Lopez takes new job in mayor's office
Fé Lopez, director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund and a 2006 graduate of the law school, is the new director of the Seattle Community Police Commission, extending her longstanding commitment to advocacy for the underserved. Read more.
BLSA celebrates alumni, friends
The Black Law Student Association is gearing up for its annual awards reception on Feb. 6. Please join BLSA and the law school as we recognize leaders and friends who are outstanding mentors, accomplished professionals, and dedicated community servants. Read more.
Visit with peace activist Diane Nash
Diane Nash, who played a key role in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as well as the Selma Right-to-Vote movement, will visit the law school on Jan. 17 at 10 a.m. Alumni, students, faculty, and staff are invited. Read more.
Shining a spotlight on our alumni
Hannalore Burns Merritt '09 knew Seattle U's legal writing program would open doors for her, even far away from Seattle. She's now an associate at a Connecticut law firm. What's your story? Email Whitney Earles if you'd like to be included in our Alumni Spotlight feature. Read more.
Join Seattle U's Search for Meaning
Join us Saturday, Feb. 15 for the Search for Meaning Book Festival, featuring more than 40 authors in session. Speakers include Pulitzer Prize-winning and bestselling authors Isabel Wilkerson and Katherine Boo. Participants from all walks of life will reflect on their own ability to contribute to a more just and humane world. Read more.