Gonzaga Law is published annually for alumni, faculty, staff and friends of Gonzaga University School of Law. The 2022 edition is now available.

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2022 Issue: "Life in Stillness"

Our 2022 Law Magazine is officially here! This year, we celebrate the theme “Life in Stillness”, inspired by artist Kathy Gale’s beautiful pastoral artwork, which is featured on the cover and throughout the magazine. This edition highlights faculty, students and alumni within the Gonzaga Law community who enact positive change in the world. Inside you will find community member profiles and accomplishments, as well as what is up next for the Gonzaga Law community.

2022 Features

Jacob H. Rooksby

Welcome from Law School Dean Jacob H. Rooksby

Law School Dean Jacob Rooksby reflects on the 2021-2022 academic year, with achievement and flourishing in the face of difficulty and uncertainty.

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Christine Gregoire: Free Expression & Civil Discourse

Dean Rooksby talks with The Honorable Christine Gregoire on critical issues facing Washingtonians, such as homelessness, racial equity and education.

The Old Road

Back to Business with the Executive in Residence

Gonzaga Law is getting back to business. Business law, that is, with a new executive in residence.

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Q&A with WCC Commissioner Gloria Nevarez

Gloria Nevarez, WCC Commissioner, is one of nine female conference commissioners in NCAA Division I athletics - and the first Latin American to ascend to this role.

(Left) Salgado, (Center) Muradbegović, (Right) Torres

Spotlight on '22 Law Grads

Gonzaga Law graduates share their unique stories.

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About the Artist: Kathy Gale

Painting since 2008, Kathy Gale's work is best described as "Impressionism with a strong abstract quality.

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