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Korematsu Center files Supreme Court amicus brief challenging the 2020 census citizenship question

April 04, 2019

The Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality joins American citizens of Japanese descent who were incarcerated during World War II, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and CAIR-New York, in filing an amicus brief challenging the census citizenship question in the Supreme Court.

Judge Helen Whitener '98 named Woman of the Year

March 29, 2019

Seattle University School of Law and the Women’s Law Caucus honored Pierce County Superior Court Judge Helen Whitener ’98 as Woman of the Year for 2019 this week. The award recognized her accomplishments as well as her activism on behalf of human rights and diversity.

Haiku fan, legal writing prof Connie Krontz retires

March 28, 2019

There’s a reason why Professor Connie Krontz ’89 connects so strongly with non-traditional students at Seattle University School of Law. It’s because she was one herself, starting law school at the age of 33 after working at several jobs. Like many whom she taught, she was also a first-generation college student.

Seattle U Law professor named a Distinguished Summer Scholar

January 29, 2019

Vermont Law School has honored Professor Carmen Gonzalez as a Distinguished International Environmental Law Scholar for 2019. Gonzalez teaches torts and environmental law at Seattle University School of Law.

Latest incubator attorneys get ready to launch

January 24, 2019

Seattle University School of Law announced the participants in the 2019 Low Bono Incubator Program this month. The program, which launched its first cohort in 2014, provides training, guidance, and resources to help alumni manage a solo or small firm practice that offers reduced-fee, high-quality legal services.