Come to a Discussion on What is Taught at UW Law and Why.

May 3: Social Justice Tuesday – Multi-Parent Adoptions within Washington State

sjtTuesday, May 3, 12:30 – 1:20pm, Room 127. Food provided!

 Come hear a distinguished panel of speakers discuss the fundamentals of how Washington handles adoptions involving more than two legal parents, as well as Washington’s take on custody decisions involving more than two adults when there is a separation or dissolution of the adult relationships.

  • Barbara Wechsler, an attorney with 30 years experience building families through adoption, will discuss approaches to structuring multi-parent adoptions. 
  • Raegan Rasnic, attorney and President of local firm Skellenger Bender, will discuss custody decisions in the event of a multi-parent separation.
  • Patricia Novotny, appellate attorney and University of Washington professor, will discuss appellate review of multi-parent arrangements. 

The event will be moderated by Professor Terry Price and is sponsored by Outlaws.

 RSVP in Symplicity by Monday 5/2 to reserve your lunch!

May 3: LEGAL EDUCATION MATTERS

image001Come to a Discussion on What is Taught at UW Law and Why. We will talk about:

  • What should be taught?
  • What tools do students and educators need?
  • What has worked-what can be improved?

YOUR  PARTICIPATION IS IMPORTANT

Join Us on Tuesday, May 3rd at 3:30 in Room 115

May 6: Addressing Seattle’s Urban Disorder with Collective Efficacy Principles

seattle_university_school_of_law1Seattle University Department of Criminal Justice’s  Center for the Study of Crime and Justice invites you to: Addressing Seattle’s Urban Disorder with Collective Efficacy Principles

Friday, May 6, 2016, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Seattle University – Casey Building, 5th Floor

 Join the discussion regarding the urban disorder in Seattle.  Topics will include homelessness, mental health and crisis intervention, displaced youth, open-air drug activity, the line between free speech and criminal activity, and the collective response to public disorder.  Click here and see the attached agenda for more information. 

Cost: $100 General public; $75 Alumni; $50 Students and Campus Community 

To register: Email reynoldk@seattleu.edu or call (206)296-4580