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Maggie Chon

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Margaret Chon

Seattle University
School of Law

mchon@seattleu.edu

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Margaret Chon endeavors to analyze how law deploys power, in order to re-construct legal doctrines and systems to promote social justice. She teaches in the areas of procedure, technology, race and law. Her current scholarly interests lie at the nexus of intellectual property, development, and global social justice. The complex but essentially simple question of equality is never far from her thoughts.

At Seattle University, she is the Donald and Lynda Horowitz Professor for the Pursuit of Justice at the School of Law and the Director of the Center of the Study for Justice in Society.

Not least, she is the proud mother of two children, Nicholai and Chloe.

For more information, see her Seattle University Faculty Profile and the Center for the Study of Justice in Society, (CSJS) website.


A Lexical Interlude
A reservation Little League baseball team called the Warriors? Indians recognize irony when we see it.
That summer, irony played third base.

- Sherman Alexie, One Stick Song



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