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Professor Dean Spade's book on mutual aid is cited in this article detailing the history of the movement.
Professor Dean Spade's book on mutual aid is cited in this article detailing the history of the movement.
Sweeps won't end even if the Navigation Team is gone, Professor Sara Rankin says.
The law school's Korematsu Center is part of the legal team suing the City of Seattle for treatment of peaceful protesters.
Professor Sara Rankin says the region should be creative and nimble in making such housing a reality.
Professor Dean Spade says mutual aid projects build new social relations that are more survivable.
The law school's Korematsu Center is on the legal team challenging the City of Seattle's police behavior.
Mutual aid went mainstream during the COVID-19 pandemic, says Professor Dean Spade, because the crisis wasn't isolated.
Dean Annette Clark '89 tells the story of how Seattle U Law students and faculty advocated for diploma privilege in Washington.
Dean Annette Clark says states have now had more time to plan for an online exam in 2021.
The Korematsu Center for Law and Equality partnered with the ACLU and Perkins Coie in this legal action.
Professor Sara Rankin is a member of the regional board.
Renton's actions undercut the spirit of a regional approach to homelessness, says Professor Sara Rankin.
Professor Sara Rankin called on the regional board to act to protect access to shelter.
Professor Dean Spade says direct giving acknowledges widespread racism and exploitation.
Professor Robert Chang says a court apology has important symbolic meaning.
Congress hasn't had the political energy to override the U.S. Supreme Court, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Dean Spade argues that social movements are the key to creating lasting change.
Professor Charlotte Garden comments on a case involving a celebrity chef.
Professor Sara Rankin explains how minor tickets can lead to serious legal problems for unsheltered people.
Professor Charlotte Garden says the California vote isn't likely to affect legislators in other states.
Professor Brooke Coleman discusses the lopsided make-up of the federal rules committee.
Dean Spade in TruthOut: Mutual aid is essential
Brooke Coleman comments on the future of the U.S. Supreme Court
Professor Brooke Coleman says the U.S. Supreme Court will "perform as advertised."
California's new law regulating gig companies didn't solve the issue of mass arbitration, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor John Kirkwood discusses the challenge of proving that Facebook is a social media monopoly.
Professor Charlotte Garden says sector-based bargaining allows employers to focus on quality of services.
Professor Sara Rankin comments on cities' failure to invest in regional solutions to homelessness.
California's Proposition 22 would take the teeth out of the state's ability to challenge companies that misclassify workers, say
The Korematsu Center and other organizations say Seattle police are still using violent tactics against protesters.
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Professor Margaret Chon discusses intellectual property issues surrounding a COVID19 vaccine.
Professor Andrew Siegel discusses Judge Amy Coney Barrett's judicial history and her approval process.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg advocated for incremental, lasting change, says Professor Brooke Coleman.
It's ludicrous to suggest Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan should face prosecution for how she handled Seattle protests, says Professo
Professor Robert Chang says a riot declaration isn't a license to use indiscriminate force.
The public's current interest in policing could affect top cop decisions in Western Washington, says Professor Deborah Ahrens.
The court may have had the interests of drivers and riders in mind, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Robert Chang reacts to the last-minute cancellation of the Florida bar exam.
Professor Sara Rankin says Seattle's low-income housing plans are a drop in the bucket.
Professor Ron Slye says these commissions give victims a chance to tell the truth in their own words.
Profesor David Skover says comedian Lenny Bruce firmly believed no topic was off-limits.
Professor Dean Spade offers a definition and history of the mutual aid movement.
Professor Charlotte Garden says California law doesn't preclude flexible employment.
Professor Charlotte Garden weighs in on whether gig drivers can be considered transportation workers.
Professor Charlotte Garden explains the significance of a labor law hearing for Uber and Lyft.
Professor Sara Rankin says the sweeps will likely evolve rather than end.
Professor Sara Rankin said people who have lived experience with homelessness should have authority in deciding policy.
Dean Annette Clark's letter to the Washington Supreme Court is quoted in this article.
Professor John Kirkwood said the testimony was a missed opportunity to defend Amazon's practices.
Research by the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project is cited in this essay about civic-minded behavior.
Are business models for Uber and Lyft different enough for labor law? Professor Charlotte Garden says probably not.
Scholarship by Professor Brooke Coleman is cited in this article calling for right to counsel in civil cases.
Professor Charlotte Garden explains which laws might allow for religious exemptions.
Professor Ron Slye says anti-racist movements need broad political support and go beyond toppling statues.
Professor Dean Spade says mutual aid works when government relief doesn't.
Professor Sara Rankin says the yearly count of homelessness is a haphazard process.
Professor Dean Spade says efforts to reform police departments have failed.
Police unions should align member interests with community interests, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
A Supreme Court ruling helps more people understand that such discrimination is illegal, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Sara Rankin says chronic homelessness "can be solved."
Dean Annette Clark says the decision takes into account the emotional and physical toll of recent events.
Lower courts were unanimous, so there's no reason for the U.S. Supreme Court to take this case, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Charlotte Garden writes that unions are especially valuable in tough times.
The Korematsu Center helped file the lawsuit on behalf of Black Lives Matter, a current law student, a law alumna, and others.
Professor Sara Rankin says it makes sense to use tax money for affordable housing.
Professor Deborah Ahrens says the narrative has roots in the civil rights movement.
Professor John McKay's suggestion for limiting the use of federal troops is included in this editorial.
Bargaining by sector is better for wages and safety standards, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
A coalition led by Professor Sara Rankin proposes a solid plan for supportive housing.
Professor Sara Rankin says it's clear that a public-private partnership is required to solve the problem.
Ending homelessness is "our collective responsibility," says Professor Sara Rankin.
Professor Sara Rankin, co-founder of the Third Door Coalition, unveils $1.67 billion plan to create permanent supportive housing
Professor Sara Rankin found allies in the business community to create a viable plan to reduce homelessness.
Professor Sara Rankin says this proposal will build momentum toward solving all homelessness.
Pairing law students with domestic violence victims is a win-win, says Professor Deirdre Bowen.
Professor Charlotte Garden says the legal action might finally determine drivers' employment status.
Professor Charlotte Garden asks what policies would help people find economic shelter at work.
Professor Sara Rankin predicts a "very interesting suite of legal challenges" relating to homelessness and shelter-in-place orde
Drivers might get sick pay, but employment status isn't settled, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Deirdre Bowen says the online system allows students to help immediately and safely.
Releasing non-violent, at-risk prisoners protects us all, says Professor Deborah Ahrens.
Easing up on homeless sweeps is something that should have happened before COVID-19, Professor Sara Rankin says.
With COVID-19, society's failure to address homelessness will come home to roost, Professor Sara Rankin says.
Professor Dean Spade explains why mutual aid groups make up for government failings.
Professor Charlotte Garden says city and state laws can protect workers who speak out for safety.
Professor Charlotte Gardens looks at the Supreme Court's ruling in Babb v. Wilkie.
Professor Steve Tapia says changing business models have driven demand for lawyers with a different mindset.
Striking Instacart workers likely won't be fired, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Charlotte Garden says religious values may be secondary to financial motives.
Professor Dean Spade says there's a long history of U.S. social movements providing vital services when governments fail.
Professor Sara Rankin discusses social distancing's effect on people experiencing homeslessness.
Our Korematsu Center, led by Professor Robert Chang, joined groups calling for the release of at-risk prisoners.
The risk of a company disappearing is borne by the workers in a gig economy, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Charlotte Garden says other companies will play for time before reacting to the ruling.
Professor Charlotte Garden writes that the Clean Slate for Worker Power is an ambitious plan for systemic labor law reform.
Professor Charlotte Garden says more union drives could be on the way.
Professor Charlotte Garden says clever workers have turned an arbitration policy into a nightmare for their employer.
Professor Charlotte Garden says there's a very small chance SCOTUS will hear the case.
Professor Charlotte Garden calls the legal maneuver "an extreme long shot."
Professor Charlotte Garden said the companies were likely hoping for a regulation-averse judge.
Professor Diane Lourdes Dick explains what precedent is set by a complicated, high-profile bankruptcy case. (At 1:09:38)
A letter from lawmakers is a "big step" toward judiciary reforms, Professor Brooke Coleman says.
Professor Sara Rankin explains that when cities make it illegal to be homeless, they make it more difficult for people to escape
Professor Tayyab Mahmud says the economy, not persecution, drives global migration.
North Carolina's Supreme Court should end discriminatory juror strikes, writes Professor Robert Chang.
Professor Sara Rankin says people are hungry for a solution to chronic homelessness.
A Chapter 11 bankruptcy forces disclosure of private financial information, says Professor Diane Lourdes Dick.
Professor Charlotte Garden is quoted in this story about whether national labor law applies to religious schools.
Professor Charlotte Garden analyzes oral argument in Babb v. Wilkie.
Judges should tell litigants when their former law partners appear before them in court, says Professor John Strait.
Professor Charlotte Garden analyzes Babb v. Wilkie, a case pending at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Professor Charlotte Garden says speech protections are different for private-sector workers.
Professor Sara Rankin calls these policies "anti-survival laws."
Professor Charlotte Garden says the lawsuit is likely dead on arrival.
Professor Charlotte Garden comments on major labor law cases from the last 10 years.
Professor Robert Chang comments on the human toll of state patrol searches.
Editor Timothy Harris quotes Professor Sara Rankin in evaluating the new head of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness.
Professor Sara Rankin says the high court justices "did not buy the hype" from cities.
This story cites a 2019 study by the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project on permanent supportive housing.
Professor Sara Rankin says cities need to be thoughtful in how they handle homelessness.
The U.S. Supreme Court's reaction to the Martin v Boise appeal will send a powerful message to cities about homelessness
Professor Charlotte Garden says a court ruling left open the possibility of legislation at the state level.
Professor Sara Rankin says she wants to see more investment in long-term supported housing.
Professor Robert Boruchowitz reviewed audio and court records for this investigation of the magistrate system in South Carolina.
Regulators are increasingly skeptical that ride-share companies can police themselves, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Uber's legal conflict calls into question public policy about workers in general, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Sara Rankin says the BLOCK Project is a bright light in how society talks about homelessness.
Professor Charlotte Garden explains how a labor law interpretation could apply to political reporters.
The unique initiative, which recognizes students for academic and professional achievements, now includes Seattle U Law.
The federal government's decision to rescind the DACA program was arbitrary, capricious, and infected with racial animus.
"My heart is so full right now."
Professor Deirdre Bowen says the state's earlier affirmative action measure was framed in a confusing way.
Professor Sara Rankin says the city needs to be more transparent in its spending decisions.
Court rulings create new opportunities for app-based drivers to appeal their status, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Sara Rankin says she's concerned about using police officers for homeless outreach.
Professor Deirdre Bowen says international student recruitment makes higher ed admission tougher for underrepresented minorities
James E. Bond, who led the law school through significant change during his 13-year tenure, passed away in September.
Professor Charlotte Garden says Uber often uses "colorful language" to describe its business.
Professor Sara Rankin explains why permanent supportive housing is better than temporary shelter.
Professor Sara Rankin explains that offering services without housing is ineffective at reducing homelessness.
It's a myth that feeding homeless people encourages homelessness, says Professor Sara Rankin.
We've broken the internet in the name of privacy, says Professor Steve Tapia.
A reprimand against a federal judge is an example of newly revised code of conduct in action, says Professor Brooke Coleman.
Professor Deirdre Bowen explains why the new affirmative action referendum isn't about quotas.
Professor from Practice John McKay explained what a president can and can't do on matters of foreign policy.
Affirmative action has always been divisive, says Professor Deirdre Bowen. Will Referendum 88 be any different?
Professor Brooke Coleman offers ideas on how a gag rule might be appealed.
Professor Jeff Minneti teaches criminal law and trusts and estates. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Teen intrigue eventually led to a passion for using their skills on behalf of vulnerable communities
What's critical in proving an antitrust violation is showing that a company hurt both competitors and consumers, says Professor
Professor Sara Rankin supports new measures to help prolific offenders among Seattle's homeless but says those folks are a tiny
Professor Charlotte Garden's scholarship on union membership as a free speech issue is cited in this article.
Professor Charlotte Garden says statements in the film are "hallmark violations" of labor law.
Professor Tayyab Mahmud says the move to colonize space bears the same hallmarks as other destructive colonization efforts throu
Professor Charlotte Garden explains how employers can influence workers' political choices.
Professor Charlotte Garden says states have more leeway when they act as landlords for fast-food franchises.
The 2019 cohort of first-year students includes former college athletes and a certified yoga instructor.
Professor Sara Rankin talks about the factors leading to an increase in homelessness.
No gender marker at all would be better than an X for trans and non-binary people, says Professor Dean Spade.
Professor Sara Rankin discusses a lawsuit against Grants Pass, Oregon, for cruel and unusual treatment of its homeless residents
Professor John Strait says the public deserves to know when judges are disciplined.
Nuisance laws are meant to hide poverty, not alleviate it, says Professor Sara Rankin.
The International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) has asked the United Nations to protect courts from interference by Donald Trump.
Federal law should protect workers against "workplace fissuring," says Professor Charlotte Garden in testimony before Congress.
When legalizing marijuana, states should focus on racial justice and not just revenue, says Professor Steven Bender.
Workers are left vulnerable when companies use "crowdworking" for tasks that would otherwise be done by employees, says Professo
Concerned voters should choose candidates who know what works, says Professor Sara Rankin.
Seattle University School of Law will accept GRE scores from prospective students.
Professor Andrew Siegel says Justice John Paul Stevens offered a "master class in grace and tenacity."
Professor Sara Rankin says encampments aren't ideal but people have nowhere else to go.
Professor Andrew Siegel remembers U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, for whom he clerked in 2000-01.
Professor Charlotte Garden says punishing workers who strike is a violation of federal labor law.
Permanent supportive housing is the most humane and cost-effective solution to chronic homelessness.
Professor Janet Ainsworth discusses her research into racist and sexist expectations for female employees.
Professor Dean Spade calls for collaborative work to help unmet survival needs in queer communities.
Professor Sara Rankin explains how the city's policies don't do enough to help unsheltered people.
Professor Deborah Ahrens explains the reasons why prosecuting minor drug offenses don't help anyone.
Professor Deirdre Bowen says a woman's connection to her step-dad should be a "no-brainer."
Professor Brooke Coleman says lawsuits are an effective enforcement mechanism but are vulnerable to "perverse incentives."
Professor Andrew Siegel analyzes the Supreme Court's decision in a conflict between state and federal law.
Professor Sara Rankin says Seattle has failed to unite the community around a plan for homelessness.
Professor John Kirkwood says political pressure is mounting from both sides.
Professor Dean Spade compares the Trump and Obama administrations in the treatment of trans people.
Professor Charlotte Garden recaps an employment discrimination ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Public Interest Law Foundation has awarded 21 full-time and two part-time grants
Professor Sara Rankin explains how homelessness is deeper than what most people can see.
Professor Sara Rankin says evidence-based strategies, not emotional responses, are the solution to homelessness.
The Korematsu Center at Seattle University School of Law is the 2019 recipient of the Derrick Bell Legacy Award.
Professor Dean Spade says Sylvia Rivera pushed for democratization of the movement.
Professor Sara Rankin said public officials are pressured to choose ineffective approaches to homelessness.
Professor Charlotte Garden says the U.S. Supreme Court has reliably protected activities like picketing.
Professor Deirdre Bowen says politicians feel the time is right to challenge constitutional precedent.
Professor Charlotte Garden explains how the National Labor Relations Act protects workers from employer retaliation.
Law students Alex Romero and Hyun-mi Kim have both earned prestigious Equal Justice Works (EJW) Fellowships.
Professor John Kirkwood says antitrust enforcement got an unexpected boost from Justice Brett Kavanaugh in Apple App Store case.
Professor Sara Rankin's advocacy on homelessness inspired creation of the Third Door Coalition.
Professor Charlotte Garden says federal labor law isn't affected by how states classify drivers.
Law school academic support educators from across the country will gather at Seattle University School of Law this month.
Professor Charlotte Garden says Uber might cry uncle on negotiating with individual drivers.
Professor Charlotte Garden says employees are allowed to strike, but not independent contractors.
Law students learned about an innovative approach to restorative justice, called “Healing to Wellness,” at a special event...
Professor Charlotte Garden says unions are even more vital as robots transform jobs done by humans.
Professor Dean Spade says queer and trans military service is nothing to celebrate.
Professor Janet Ainsworth explains what liability corporate officers face on behalf of the companies they lead.
Seattle U Law launches fully online Master of Legal Studies in compliance and risk management.
Professor Deirdre Bowen explains how the U.S. Supreme Court has refined the use of race in higher education admissions.
Professor Charlotte Garden analyzes the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Lamps Plus v. Varela.
Professor Charlotte Garden looks at Fort Bend County v. Davis, a U.S. Supreme Court case about Title VII.
Professor Robert Chang explains how the promise of census anonymity failed Japanese Americans in World War II.
Professor Brooke Coleman reviews proposed changes to the code of conduct for federal judges.
Professor Andrew Siegel says the consequences of the Mueller Report will depend on political will.
Professor Andrew Siegel comments on the extent to which the Mueller Report will likely be redacted.
Professor Robert S. Chang explains why Japanese American and Muslim communities oppose a citizenship question on the U.S. Census
Professor Sara Rankin debunks the myth that homelessness is a choice.
Professor Andrew Siegel previews and analyzes a states' rights case at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Professor W.H. (Joe) Knight offers thoughts on what affects insurance rates in Washington.
The Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality joins American citizens in filing an amicus brief in the Supreme Court.
Professor Sara Rankin tells lawmakers that ending homelessness is a shared interest.
Professor Sara Rankin co-authors an essay calling for more permanent supportive housing.
Women’s Law Caucus honored Pierce County Superior Court Judge Helen Whitener ’98 as Woman of the Year for 2019 this week.
There’s a reason why Professor Connie Krontz ’89 connects so strongly with non-traditional students
Professor Charlotte Garden offers observations on the current state of labor organizing in Seattle.
This story profiles a woman whose sentence was cut in half with help from Vice Dean Paul Holland and his clinic students.
Professor Charlotte Garden says franchisers want to avoid joint employer liability when dealing with anti-harassment
Story cites Professor Sara Rankin as an early proponent of protective legislation.
Professor Steven Bender says the third generation of marijuana legalization is race consciousness.
Public sentiment toward Amazon has changed, says Professor Julie Shapiro.
Refunds of dues would be an existential threat to unions, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Charlotte Garden says workers need companies to create better working conditions.
Professor John Kirkwood comments on the difficulty of breaking off businesses from Amazon.
Professor Charlotte Garden says the settlement is reasonable but doesn't resolve driver status.
Ethics expert Professor John Strait says there's a high burden of proof in ethics investigations.
John Kirkwood said the collective reach and power of the country's top five tech companies warrants "careful scrutiny."
Professor Charlotte Garden says the company's move is a "major step forward."
Social services would be more effective and less costly than jail, says Professor Sara Rankin.
Professor Deborah Ahrens contrasts support for marijuana legalization with attitudes toward opioids.
Professor Charlotte Garden says recruiting anti-union Twitter ambassadors would violate labor law.
Professor Andrew Siegel says schools can discipline students for speech that disrupts the classroom.
Professor Charles O'Kelley says Starbucks should aggressively separate from Howard Schultz to avoid politics.
Vermont Law School has honored Professor Carmen Gonzalez as a Distinguished International Environmental Law Scholar for 2019.
Seattle University School of Law announced the participants in the 2019 Low Bono Incubator Program this month.
Professor Steve Tapia describes how teaching can be more rewarding that working in business.
Scabby the giant inflatable rat has a venerable history in the labor movement, says Professor Charlotte Garden.
Professor Charlotte Garden says the L.A. teachers' strike could be a pivotal moment in modern labor activism.
Professor Andrew Siegel says Washington could lead the way on requiring the release of presidential tax returns.
Professor Dean Spade says feminism is being co-opted to sell a violent institution.
Feature story mentions Seattle U Law's Third Door Coalition to end homelessness.
A conference established by Seattle University School of Law has helped minority women prepare for law school leadership.
Professor Deirdre Bowen says Washington law would likely govern the Bezos divorce.
Professor Deborah Ahrens says the state should be more proactive in clearing marijuana convictions.
Professor Sara Rankin is quoted in this editorial criticizing Seattle's strategy to combat homelessness.
Fredric C. Tausend, a former dean of the law school, passed away on Tuesday, Dec. 18. He was 85 years old.
“What I Chose,” a young adult fiction novella that is equal parts literature and suicide prevention.
Expecting an increased interest in elections, Seattle University School of Law added a new constitutional law class.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and state Sen. Manka Dhingra of Redmond are featured speakers at a Nov. 9 event for law enforcement
"The selection committee was overwhelmed by the impact you have had on your colleagues and students, and...
Former Secretary of State and U.S. Senator John Kerry called for a return to civility in American politics.
An inspiring mentor can help to shape a student’s educational choices and career path.
Deborah Ahrens will moderate the debate between incumbent Dan Satterberg and challenger Daron Morris.
Dean Annette Clark and other administrators work to build stronger connections with law firms and companies with inhouse counsel
Dean Annette Clark advises incoming class to "hold on to your values, your moral center."
HRAP today announced the formation of Third Door Coalition, a new alliance of civic leaders working to develop solutions.
Former Secretary of Commerce Norman Y. Mineta and the Sakamoto sisters were incarcerated during World War II.
The Jesuit Conference's Office of Justice and Ecology has denounced the Trump Administration's zero tolerance policy.
Former FBI Director James Comey spoke to a large group of students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests at Seattle University.
Four law students attend the opening ceremony of the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.
Seattle U Law students again produce groundbreaking research on homelessness
Seattle U Law’s Master of Legal Studies degree can prepare you to tackle a range of on-the-job challenges
Leader of Washington Supreme Court recognized for advancing equality for women
The Washington Supreme Court today published its opinion in the case of a Seattle University School of Law graduate.
The Korematsu Center for Law and Equality joins Jay Hirabayashi, Holly Yasui, and Karen Korematsu.
The family, friends and co-workers of two alumni who passed away last year have worked to create endowments to honor them.
Professor Weaver, the last of the law school's founding faculty members, is retiring just four years shy of its 50th anniversary
The voting rights movement lost one of its greatest champions this month when former Professor Joaquin Avila passed away.
Rosenstein encouraged students to consider careers in public service during a visit to Seattle University School of Law.
The Black Law Student Association will honor four people this month.
Sponsored by Seattle University School of Law, the Homeless Rights Advocacy Project, and Seattle Journal for Social Justice.
The Low Bono Incubator Program celebrated its fifth year of operation
First-year student Natalie McCarthy takes on law school after years of pursuing Paralympic dreams.
School of Law is pleased to partner with the SU men's basketball team to call attention to issues of disparity and injustice
Frank will work as a law clerk for the Honorable Brian M. Morris of the U.S. District Court of Montana
The Korematsu Center filed an amicus brief on behalf of the children of Gordon Hirabayashi, Minoru Yasui, and Fred Korematsu.
Professor Ahrens wins the 2017-19 William C. Oltman Professor of Teaching Excellence Award.
In welcoming new students today, Dean Annette E. Clark '89 affirmed the university’s commitment to diversity.
John Kirkwood has been elected to The American Law Institute (ALI)
New plan assists state courts in ensuring access for all
Lee and her clinic partner won a grant of asylum for a Salvadoran woman, who fled her country due to gang violence, in 2016.
Korematsu Center supports Northwest Immigrant Rights Project challenge to U.S. Department of Justice cease and desist order.
Arizona law "was enacted and enforced with a discriminatory purpose..."
Challengers allege that the Executive Order violates the First and Fifth Amendments
Clinic students won asylum for one client and canceled deportation for another.
Louisiana's public defender system fails to meet the constitutional right to counsel for indigent defendants.
Seattle University School of Law will celebrate Professor Strait at a retirement reception on April 19.
Seattle University School of Law honored Judge Beth M. Andrus as Woman of the Year
Latinx Law Student Association to present awards for achievements that foster justice.
Two law alums honored for work on behalf of children living in areas of conflict and on behalf of immigrants and women.
A low bono practice offers reduced-fee legal services to clients who can't afford a full-price attorney
The BLSA Alumni Awards Reception will be held Feb. 9.
In its amicus brief, the Korematsu Center asserts that courts actually can review executive branch action on immigration.
Social justice champion Karena Rahall has returned to Seattle University School of Law to lead the Access to Justice Institute
Korematsu Center condemns President Trump's executive order restricting immigration