Our goal is to provide quality legal services at affordable prices that allow students to focus on their studies. Lawyers and staff are dedicated to every Wright State University student. Admission to Practice: 2006 (Washington, D.C.) Law degree: University of Washington (J.D., 2005) B.A.: Washington State University (2001, B.A., Political Science) Main tasks: Athletics; external and government relations; Payroll; Human Resources Services (all locations), including all PA and faculty matters; International programs; Office of the Ombudsman; and the College of Arts and Sciences. Adam has been working in the WSU Division of the Attorney General`s Office since March 2012. Prior to joining the Attorney General`s Office, Adam served for five years as an Assistant District Attorney in Walla Walla County, where he was responsible for juvenile and district court criminal records. Adam also taught at Walla Walla Community College, where he taught a criminal law course. Be sure to keep a distance of at least 6 feet between people to respect social distancing guidelines and use hand sanitizer before entering our office. At the end of their appointment, students must leave the building and campus immediately in accordance with university guidelines. The OGC provides legal advice and representation to Wayne State University in the wide range of legal issues affecting the university. The Office serves the University Council, President, administrators, professors and staff in their official duties to achieve their institutional objectives. The OGC provides legal advice to promote informed decisions in all areas of operations, teaching, research and administration. We are committed to providing the highest quality legal services in a responsible, useful and timely manner. To protect and promote the values and interests of the University, including the fulfilment of its obligations; minimize legal risks and costs; and to address and resolve disputes.
We strive to solve problems; defend the interests of the University and its members; protect and promote the integrity of the University; and preventive law. Admission to Practice: 2015 (Idaho) Law degree: University of Idaho School of Law (J.D., 2015) B.A.: Idaho State University (2010, B.A., Political Science/English) Main tasks: Compliance and civil rights; Facilities Services; real estate and commercial activities; International Programs (Student Affairs); Registration Administration; academic and vocational training; Student Affairs; and the College of Education. Biography: Sean joined the WSU division of the Attorney General`s Office in February 2021. After law school, Sean worked as junior associate general counsel for the University of Idaho. He then worked as a hired attorney for the Honorable Randy Stoker in the Idaho 5th District Court and spent three years as an assistant district attorney for Gallatin County, Montana. The purpose of this website is to introduce you to our office, including its employees, mission and areas of activity, and to provide you with practical information and resources. The university`s legal counsel represents Weber State University as a client, not as an administrator, staff or individual faculty member. The information provided on this website is of a general nature and does not constitute legal advice. All students have to wait in the hallway in front of Studentenwerk 022 until an SLS employee asks them to enter the office. Seating in the corridor is provided. WSU is a large and complex client with significant national and international interests and a diverse student body. Important issues regularly include constitutional issues, national and international research concerns, health issues, major commercial and real estate developments, as well as human resources and student issues.
The Department also spends as much time as possible providing proactive legal advice and training. The Washington State University (WSU) division of the Office of the Attorney General (AGO) is responsible for providing and coordinating all legal services to WSU, including its Board of Trustees, university officials, and other authorized representatives. The Art Gallery of Ontario provides comprehensive legal services to WSU, including its locations in Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Vancouver and Everett, as well as the Global Campus (online) and WSU research, expansion and other operations across the country. County prosecutors act as general counsel for WSU, providing advice and representation on a variety of legal matters, many of which are unique to an academic environment, including: compliance with federal and state regulations; public documents; Health service; Discrimination; Real estate; Research; intellectual property; national expansion operations (including 4-H programs); intercollegiate athletics; student affairs; personnel and labour law; development/fundraising; Taxation; Constitutional law; public procurement; animal rights; and construction. Division counsel also represent WSU in administrative hearings and non-tortious litigation. The Office of Legal Affairs serves as a campus link with the Attorney General`s Office and the Minnesota Attorney General`s Office. The Legal Analyst is responsible for assisting the campus department with contracts and other legal matters such as: All materials provided on this website, including the content of linked sites, are provided for general information purposes only. While we strive to provide links to current and authoritative information, neither WSU nor this office guarantees the accuracy of the information available online. Therefore, this information should not be used as a substitute for legal advice from a qualified lawyer.
Please contact an attorney in WSU`s General Counsel Office for up-to-date legal advice tailored specifically to your question. To contact our office, call extension 7313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission to Practice: 2007 (Washington) Law degree: Washington and Lee University (J.D., 2007) (Summa Laude) (Law Review) B.A.: Washington State University (2002, B.A., Social Sciences) (Laude) Main responsibilities: Nathan is Chief Advisor to the WSU Board of Directors, President, Provost, Vice Presidents, Chancellor, Executive Budget Director, Director of Athletics and other senior executives. Nathan oversees and manages all of WSU`s legal services and advises in many areas. Biography: Nathan joined the WSU division of the Attorney General`s Office in July 2015. Prior to joining the Attorney General`s Office, Nathan spent seven years in Bellingham and worked as a district attorney for the Lummi Nation and Whatcom County. As an assistant prosecutor, Nathan prosecuted misdemeanors and crimes committed by adults and minors, litigated dozens of criminal cases, and handled several appeals. Prior to Whatcom County, Nathan worked at Witherspoon Kelly in Spokane, where he was primarily responsible for commercial and banking matters. The Office of the Academic Legal Counsel promotes the dynamic interrelationship between law and higher education at Weber State University. Our objectives are to provide, manage and coordinate high quality legal services to the institution; promote compliance with state and federal laws; Provide advice on the development and implementation of university policies and procedures. The Washington State University (WSU) division provides a full range of legal services to WSU, the state`s land grant university. The department consists of six lawyers and three professionals and is based in Pullman.
WSU is a complex client with locations in Everett, Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver, as well as an online campus (Global). WSU also maintains agricultural research operations throughout the state and expansion offices in every county in the state. WSU has approximately 30,000 students and more than 12,000 employees. Student Legal Services is a nonprofit law firm that employs 2 full-time Ohio licensed attorneys and other attorneys to provide confidential legal advice and representation. The services are designed to help students solve problems in areas where it is otherwise difficult or impossible to obtain legal services at affordable prices, while allowing them to continue their education at Wright State University. Face coverings are mandatory and may not be provided to you by Student Legal Services or Wright State University, subject to availability. According to Wright State guidelines, you are not allowed to enter campus buildings without a face covering. Admission to practice: 2016 (Idaho); 2022 (Washington) Law degree: University of Idaho School of Law (J.D., 2016) Bachelor`s degree: University of Idaho (2013, BS, broadcast journalism) (summa laude) Main tasks: Internal audit; Ethics; Conflict of interest; Student Affairs; Academic commitment; military science; Museum of Art; business services; Treasurer; Universities of agricultural sciences, humanities and natural resources, with distinction, economics and communication; Public safety, including police, emergency management, parking and transportation services, and environmental health and safety.