SU in the News

03/15/2017 | Geekwire

Unique fellowship aims to use technology to bring legal help to the masses

A new fellowship launched by students from Seattle University School of Law hopes to use technology to provide legal support to those in need.

03/15/2017 | The Atlantic

Unions Are Wondering: Resist or Assist?

Guest analysis by Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

03/13/2017 |

Former three-strikes inmate arrested by SPD charged with four felony counts

Story includes interview with Seattle U criminal justice professor Jacqueline Helfgott

03/11/2017 | Capitol Hill Times

Public taps 'Sunlight Over First Hill' for I-5 columns project - See more at: http://capitolhilltime

Seattle U student Nathan Hawkins artwork chosen to decorate cement columns under Interstate 5.

03/10/2017 | Redmond Reporter

New Redmond law firm offers affordable services

Story about Seattle U law school alum who recently opened a low-bono firm with the assistance of her alma mater's Low Bono Incubator Program.

03/10/2017 | KING 5

Winner announced for I-5 column design contest

Story announcing that Seattle University student Nathan Watkins won the design competition to paint some columns under Interstate 5.

03/10/2017 | Bloomberg

Uber Deal Giving Drivers $1 Each Sparks Feud Among Rival Lawyers

Story quotes Seattle U labor law professor Charlotte Garden.

03/08/2017 | Roll Call

Conservatives Ask: Is House Health Plan Unconstitutional?

Story quotes Seattle U law professor Andrew Siegel.