2004

2004 Swearing In

In October, a group of alumni traveled to Washington, D.C. for a special Admission to the Bar of the U.S. Supreme Court Swearing In Ceremony.

George Critchlow named interim dean.

Peter Neufeld, co-founder and co-director of The Innocence Project at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, spoke at Gonzaga Law School.

Gerry Spence delivered the 2004 Luvera Lecture. Spence is a nationally recognized trial lawyer.

A Gonzaga School of Law clinic student, Jim Merson, was the first student to argue in front of the Washington State Supreme Court.

Gonzaga Law School unveiled bronze casts of tribal seals from nine regional tribes from Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana. The seals will hang in perpetuity in the Barbieri Courtroom.

Fifteen students take the first-ever Law School Mission Possible trip, volunteering over Spring Break in Cruz Verde. Mission Possible is a Gonzaga Law School student-run organization that focuses on helping those who are less fortunate, abroad and at home. Each Spring Break, student members from Gonzaga Law complete service projects in poverty-stricken communities.

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