August 16, 2018
Seattle University School of Law welcomed its incoming 1L students at orientation this week. This year's entering class is comprised of 219 students—183 full-time and 36 part-time. The average age is 27, though the range spans from 20 to mid-50s. Sixty-three percent are women and 37 percent men.
Four percent are veterans, 32 percent are students of color, and 19 percent identify as LGBTQ. Though the majority are from Washington, the new students represent 29 states and 104 undergraduate institutions, including UCLA, Northwestern and Oberlin College.
The law school’s fall semester classes begin Monday, Aug. 20.
Click here to read more about this year’s 1Ls and what Dean Annette Clark said in welcoming them during orientation.
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