Seattle law dean leaving after three years
The dean of Seattle University School of Law will step down on June 30, after three years in the job. Citing family responsibilities, Mark Niles said he would return to the faculty at American University Washington College of Law, where he taught for 12 years before assuming the Seattle deanship in 2010.
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