Born out of a vision to provide high-quality and accessible legal education, the law school has thrived as a student-centered institution that values community
Seattle University School of Law takes pride in its exceptionally diverse community, serving students representing a range of races and ethnicities, religions, nationalities, genders, and sexual identities.
Henry McGee, pictured teaching his last class in 2014, just before retiring, was the first professor of color to join the tenured faculty.
A visionary and innovative approach to legal education is the hallmark of our 50-year history.
Access, opportunity, and community define Seattle U Law’s five decades of history in Tacoma and Seattle.
A story by Kellye Testy, former dean and professor of law at Seattle University School of Law.