On July 1, Jane Korn was named the law school’s first female dean of Gonzaga University School of Law.
Gonzaga Law hosted the Race & Criminal Justice in the West Conference and the Environmental Law Symposium.
In association with the Washington State Bar Association, Gonzaga started the Moderate Means Program, a partnership with Washington’s three law schools intended to provide low-cost or free legal assistance to individuals of moderate means.
The Alumni Association started the E-Mentoring Program in collaboration with the Assistant Dean of Students.
Major General William K. Suter delivered the 2011 Luvera Lecture. Suter is a retired clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Launched in 2011, the mission of the Center for Law in Public Service (CLIPS) is to support the aspirations of students who study law in order to use their knowledge and skills for public service, whether they wish to make a full-time practice of public service law or promote the public good through part-time, pro bono legal work.
Career Services changed its name to Center for Professional Development. The Center for Professional Development will continues to serve current students and alumni with personalized advise and direction.