The Center for the Study of Justice in Society regularly posts conference information related to justice and the mission of the center. Here you will find links to conference websites and calls for proposals.


Center for the Study of Justice in Society's Annual Conference is a annual local conference that provides the surrounding Seattle University community to share scholarship, teaching, and service related to justice.

Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair through a continuum of programs that begin with prospective law school students and extend later into careers in the profession, Equal Justice Works is a national organization that collaborates with the nation's leading law schools, law firms, corporate legal departments and nonprofit organizations to provide the training, skills, and fellowships that enable attorneys to provide effective representation to vulnerable populations.

Goldmark Luncheon is an annual luncheon that the Board of Trustees of the Legal Foundation of Washington recognizes the outstanding work of an attorney or organization that has performed on behalf of poor people by awarding the Charles A. Goldmark Distinguished Service Award.

Washington Access to Justice Conference recognizes that access to the civil justice system is a fundamental right, the Washington Access to Justice Board works to achieve equal access for those facing economic and other significant barriers.


ACPA Institute on Social Justice is an institute that promotes higher education professionals living in a global society, it is our collective responsibility to facilitate a living and learning environment for which we strive to develop understanding and respect for each other.

The Justice Conference is the second annual international gathering of advocates, activists, artists, professors, professionals prophets, pastors, students and stay-at-home moms working to restore the fabric of justice.

Trina Grillo Social Justice Retreat provides a unique opportunity for public interest and social justice-oriented law students, faculty, and practitioners to exchange viewpoints, explore career opportunities, and formulate strategies for social justice. The retreat honors the memory of Trina Grillo, who was a source of inspiration to many law students, professions, and public interest and social justice lawyers.


Biennial Conference of the International Society for Justice Research provides a forum for the exchange and discussion of knowledge related to the multiple facets of justice and fairness.