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Category: News

Thoughts and updates from our work.

By Miguel Willis, Seattle University Law Student In a rapidly changing technological society, how can we equip the next set of leaders with the tools and skills to leverage technology and innovation in addressing our nation’s widening access to justice gap? This question lead me and a group of Seattle University law students to create the […]

By Josh Fogt, Communications & Development Manager, Fair Work Center On Labor Day, Fair Work Center opened its new civil legal aid clinic, the Fair Work Legal Clinic (which was partially funded by an LFW grant). The clinic will offer low-wage workers free intake and referral services, legal advice at its monthly community clinics, and legal […]

By Tarra Simmons, 2016 Goldmark Intern On June 24, 2016 I became the first person in our state to obtain a Certificate of Restoration of Opportunity. The Certificate of Restoration of Opportunity (CROP) became available to persons with a criminal conviction on June 9, 2016 after the unanimous passage of ESHB 1553 in the 2016 […]