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- All law students are required to swipe their SU ID cards after 8pm Monday through Thursday and on Sunday card swipes are required from 7am – noon and after 4pm. The ID card swipe policy increases security and law student priority in the library. Read more.
- Seattle architect Tom Kundig built a cabin on a ridge near Mazama, causing a groundswell of outrage among valley property owners. While other Methow Valley areas have the controversial "Ridge Buster" homes, Mazama prides itself on preserving and respecting the natural landscape. Residents have called the cabin “an extended third [...] Read more.
- “Are you now, or have you ever been, a Communist?” Senator Joe McCarthy’s crusade to stamp out communism reached Hollywood when film industry members were called before the House Committee on Un-American Activities to testify about communism in the film industry. Ten [...] Read more.
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- What are the legal implications of shooting down a drone that is trespassing on your property? What about disabling a peeping Tom drone? In their paper "Self Defense Against Robots", Michael Froomkin and Zak Colangelo examine "when, under U.S. law, humans may use force against robots to protect themselves, their property, and their [...] Read more.
Social Justice Monday - October 13th, 2014 Submitted by Justin Abbasi, Law Library InternDean Annette Clark moderated a discussion on healthcare access with Leah Rutman from the ACLU of Washington and Janet Chung from Legal Voice.
A recent wave of mergers between secular and Roman Catholic hospitals is raising the question of [...] Read more.
- Formal Transfer of Alaska Territory to the United States, October 18, 1867 Although considered foolish at the time, the United States bought the Alaska territory for $7,200,000 from Russia at the behest of William Seward, Secretary of State. Opposition in the House of Representatives postponed appropriation of funds for over a [...] Read more.
- The Seattle University Law Library access policy is posted on our website. If you have questions about access or unauthorized patrons, please do not hesitate to contact the Law Library Circulation staff on the 2nd floor of the library. Campus public safety can also be contacted: x5990 (non-emergency) or x5911 (emergency). Read more.
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