The Access to Justice Institute serves as the law school's social justice hub.
The Center facilitates the study of the constantly evolving American and global economic system, the ongoing struggle for power between and among corporations, governments, individuals, and society, and the role of law in mediating and shaping the nature of our economic relations and institutions.
The mission of the Center for Business Ethics is to inspire people to build business cultures that respect and support persons, relationships, communities, and ecosystems.
The Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability (CEJS) will inspire and prepare a generation of leaders to meet the unprecedented ethical challenge facing humankind in the early 21st century: forging a sustainable relationship between humankind and planet Earth and doing so in ways that foster justice within and between societies.
The Center for Faculty Development promotes the professional formation of all faculty through a scholarly and interdisciplinary approach to learning and teaching, research practice, and professional development.
It is a platform to showcase our global focus and leverage our competencies to provide superior education to our students and conduct research on critical issues with respect to international trade and global competitiveness, with outreach to businesses and policymakers as well as academics.
The Center for Global Justice fosters multidisciplinary research, education, and advocacy about critical international legal issues, including human rights, conflict resolution, governance, development, security, and the environment. Through colloquiums, conferences, and publications, the Center actively engages with doctrinal and policy dimensions of key questions that confront international legal regimes.
The Center for Indian Law and Policy serves as the home and focal point for Indian law programs, projects, and activities at Seattle University. The Center seeks to assist students, tribes, and practitioners in areas of law unique to Indian country, to monitor developing areas of Indian law and policy, and to increase the number of American Indians and Alaska Natives practicing law.
The Center for Leadership Formation (CLF) oversees all executive programs and provides innovative, world-class education to mid- to senior-level professionals with an emphasis on leadership, business expertise, and a commitment to social responsibility.
The Center for Community Engagement serves as the main entry point for students, faculty, and staff who want to serve and learn in the community.
The Center for Religious Wisdom & World Affairs is devoted to exploring the ways in which religious wisdom and the resources of faith communities can lend assistance in the analysis, diagnosis and community responses needed to address pressing social problems.
The Center for Strategic Communications (CSC) focuses on public advocacy that advances the university's mission to empower leaders for a just and humane world. Projects empower the university and larger community to work together on social justice issues.
Indigenous Peoples Institute supports Native student success at Seattle University and raises awareness about issues of importance to local and global Indigenous peoples.
At the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center we build and nourish the entrepreneurial spirit. To us, entrepreneurship is more than a collection of courses. It's a philosophy, a mindset that inspires innovation, risk-taking, and seizing opportunities in any form of business venture.
Seattle University's Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture creates opportunities to explore of the intersection of religion and culture, of faith and reason and of church and world by cultivating a culture of interdisciplinary, intercultural and Interreligious dialogue rooted in Catholic intellectual and wisdom traditions.
The Center's mission is to advance justice and equality through a unified vision that combines research, advocacy, and education.