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Seattle U Law's civil rights center to expand commitment

The Center for Civil Rights and Critical Justice will expand the school’s commitment to empowering faculty and students.

Trying to count unhoused people is 'like nailing water to the wall'


Professor Sara Rankin says the counts miss thousands of people.

Criminalization of Homelessness

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Criminalization of Homelessness: An Interview with Ashley Karlstad '21

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Cities continue to pass homeless camping ordinances

OPB Think Out Loud

Professor Sara Rankin discusses the current legal framework for cities addressing homelessness.

August 11, 2022 | In the News

Tiny home villages a potential solution to Spokane's homeless crisis


Large congregate shelters are the least effective way to address homelessness, says Professor Sara Rankin.

May 19, 2022 | In the News

School of Law and Office of Civil Legal Aid form training partnership

Seattle University School of Law and the Office of Civil Legal Aid (OCLA) have formed the Housing Justice Collective to create a sustainable pipeline of highly competent and committed legal advocates for tenants throughout the state.

November 17, 2021

Advocates respond "The Fight for the Soul of Seattle"

The Homeless Rights Advocacy Project at Seattle University School of Law has joined with other organizations in a statement responding to a recent news video.

December 15, 2020