SU in the News

05/24/2017 | Q13 Fox

Jury of your peers? Not if you’re a minority in Washington, study shows

Story about lack of racial diversity on juries cites Seattle U Criminal Justics study. 

05/24/2017 | Bellevue Reporter

Eastside Legal Assistance Program looks toward medical-legal partnership

Story includes photo and comments by Annette Clark, dean of the College of Nursing.

05/20/2017 | The Seattle Times

Open Seattle mayor’s race draws a long list of candidates

Story includes comments from Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

05/19/2017 | Huffington Post

Judge Compares Trump’s Travel Ban Defense To Case For Japanese-American Incarceration

Story about legal challenge to Trump travel ban mentions Seattle U Law School's  Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, which has filed briefs in the case.

05/19/2017 | The Seattle Times

Court ruling upholds therapists’ right to diagnose

Sponsored-content story about the right of marriage and family therapists to diagnose upheld in high court and an overview of the Seattle U Master of Arts in Couples and Family Therapy program.

05/18/2017 | Puget Sound Business Journal

Seattle's two largest private universities celebrate 125 years

Joint guest column by the presidents of Seattle University and Seattle Pacific Universary.

05/18/2017 | Bloomberg

Uber Renews Push for Arbitration in Waymo Trade-Secrets Case

Story includes comments from Seattle U law professor Charlotte Garden.

05/15/2017 | The International Examiner

SPD program to help immigrant male youth of color completes its inaugural year

Story about the Seattle Police Department's Immigrant Family Institute program mentions involvement of, and comments by, Seattle U assistant professor of Social Work Amelia Derr.

05/15/2017 | The Seattle Times

With Ed Murray out, ho-hum Seattle mayoral race now a free-for-all

Story includes comments by Seattle U political science professor Marco Lowe.

05/13/2017 | KING TV

Law student who turned life around blocked from taking bar exam

Story about Seattle U law school student Tarra Simmons who graduated yesterday but is barred from taking the bar exam due to her criminal conviction.