Seattle University School of Law is home to an outstanding faculty of committed teacher-scholars. This is a collection of selected scholarship from some of our inspiring thought leaders.

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Submissions from 1970

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Discretionary Justice: A Preliminary Inquiry, Henry McGee

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Roscoe Pound's Legacy: Engineering Liberty and Order, Henry McGee

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Urban Renewal in the Crucible of Judicial Review, Henry McGee

Submissions from 1969

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Lay Advocacy and "Legal Services to Youth": Summaries on the Use of Para-legal Aides, Henry McGee

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Universities, Law Schools, Communities: Learning or Service or Learning and Service?, Henry McGee

Submissions from 1968

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Arrests in Civil Disturbances: Reflections on the Use of Deadly Force in Riots, Henry McGee

Submissions from 1967

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Trusts: Consequences of Attorney's Good Faith Representation of Adverse Parties in Trust Administration, Mark Reutlinger

Submissions from 1957

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Adjacent Airspace in the Law of Landlord and Tenant, Henry McGee