Center for Civil and Human Rights Upcoming Events
March 23, 2018
Living with Conviction: Sentenced to Debt for Life in Washington State
Barbieri Courtroom at Gonzaga Law, 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Please join the Center for Civil and Human Rights and Deborah Espinosa (exhibit photographer, attorney) at Gonzaga Law for a photo exhibit and panel discussion with formerly incarcerated individuals about re-entry and the impact of court-imposed legal financial obligations (LFOs) on them and their families in Washington. Following the panel discussion, the photo exhibit will be on display in the law school foyer through May 14, 2018.
April 7, 2018
Citizenship Clinic featuring World Relief, Catholic Charities, and local immigration attorney Alycia Moss
Barbieri Courtroom at Gonzaga Law, 9:00am to 4:00pm
The Center for Civil and Human Rights will host a free citizenship clinic provided by World Relief Spokane, Catholic Charities, and immigration attorney Alycia Moss. The clinic will provide free legal services to qualifying individuals who are eligible to apply for US Citizenship. For eligibility requirements and to register, visit World Relief Spokane.
April 14-19, 2018
Jurist-in-Residence: Justice Steven C. González
The Center sponsors Justice González of the Washington State Supreme Court as its jurist-in-residence to teach State Constitutional Law, mentor Students, and judge the Clarke Prize in Legal Ethics Competition and the Linden Cup Oral Appellate Advocacy Competition.
June 13-14, 2018
2nd Annual Human Rights Symposium
The Center welcomes keynote speaker Judge Mary Murguia of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit at Gonzaga Law's two-day international conference on human rights.
June 18-29, 2018
Center Fellowship at the International Criminal Court
The Hauge, Netherlands
The Center sponsors eight student fellows to conduct evidence and document review for prosecutors at the International Criminal Court.