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GU law school partners with Catholic Charities to launch free immigration law clinic

The Catholic Charities Spokane and Gonzaga School of Law have teamed up to offer an immigration law clinic at the law school, where students overseen by attorneys will offer free …


UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 9, 2019

Getting There: Downtowns become stronger by shedding bad habits, author says

The advent of the automobile may have hollowed out downtowns, but the author of “Strong Towns” says it is possible to reclaim a city if it is willing to give …


Gonzaga alum U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto pulling for Zags (and bipartisanship)

U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who made history with her election victory for her Nevada Senate seat, is a proud alumna of Gonzaga Law School.


UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 25, 2018

Sather Gowdy founded a nonprofit, Heal Spokane, despite busy schedule as Gonzaga law student

Gowdy didn’t think volunteering project would catch on. But in the past year, he’s won accolades for his work and spoken at dozens of local schools. He still tries to …


Washington state lawyers, lawmakers praise Justice Anthony Kennedy on retirement

Former Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna would practice answering questions likely to be posed by the court’s perceived swing votes in his preparations for oral arguments. He and other …


Gonzaga law student on a mission to ‘heal Spokane’ through acts of kindness, service

One day, an elderly neighbor asked Sather Gowdy to help her with some groceries. To his surprise, the work was therapeutic, a way to center himself while helping someone else. …


GU 101: Gonzaga’s storied history goes beyond basketball

Gonzaga’s men’s basketball program is in the national spotlight thanks to its first trip to The Final Four amid a generation of growing dominance. Given its perennial tournament presence, what …


Refugees, immigrants introduced to American laws and government at Spokane workshop

About 200 recently arrived immigrants and refugees attended a recent workshop to educate them about American laws and government.


Spin Control: GOP’s budget metaphor oversqueezed

OLYMPIA – It’s time for someone to give Senate Republican budget writers a new metaphor for hyperbolic parsimony. Looking at the state’s less-than-cheery prospects of matching income to outgo last …


Gonzaga will clinic helps veterans plan for the future

Seth Maier spends his professional life helping veterans find the services they need. Last year, the U.S. Navy veteran attended the Washington Veterans Will Clinic at Gonzaga University and became …


Yard-sale boat deal an expensive lesson

A $950 yard-sale deal for a nearly 50-year-old boat left a Spokane Valley man with thousands of dollars owed in fees – and anger over the role of zealous law …


Superhero Fun Run to benefit kids in foster care

Superheroes are symbols of empowerment and fun – they save the day while wearing costumes. This Saturday, Gonzaga Law School’s Child Advocacy Association, or CHAD, hopes to capture that spirit …


Celebrate Gonzaga’s milestone birthdays with look at how it all began

Gonzaga University is celebrating its 125th anniversary, while its brainy younger cousin, Gonzaga Law School, is celebrating its 100th. What better time to take a stroll through the pasts of …


Law student hears charges in hit-and-run

As a Gonzaga University law student accused of running over a bicycle trailer carrying a 2-year-old girl and then speeding away made his first appearance in court Monday, the victim …


Law student arrested for hit-and-run with young girl

As a Gonzaga University law student accused of running over a bicycle trailer carrying a 2-year-old girl made his first appearance in court Monday, the victim remained in intensive care …


Defense attorney for Sept. 11 suspect speaks at Gonzaga

A Boise lawyer working on the defense team for a suspect in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York is not asking for sympathy for his client, just fairness.


Group says it will sue city over river PCBs

Spokane’s antiquated sewer system is pumping polychlorinated byphenyls, or PCBs, into the Spokane River, contaminating the river’s fish and violating the federal Clean Water Act, the Center for Justice said …