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Trina Grillo Consortium 

Since 1998, the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) has co-sponsored the Trina Grillo Retreat with a consortium of West Coast law schools, including the University of San Francisco School of Law. SALT established the Retreat to honor the memory of Trina Grillo (1948–1996), a former professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law and Santa Clara University School of Law, who was a dedicated social activist and justice advocate. 

In recent years a new consortium of law schools was formed to support the retreat. USF, along with Denver, Golden Gate, McGeorge, Oregon, Santa Clara, Seattle, Southwestern, Stanford, UCLA, UNLV and Washington, works with SALT in retreat planning and sponsorship. The Grillo Retreat moves among the locations where the consortium members are located, across the Pacific.

Consortium Schools and Contacts

Golden Gate University School of Law
Contact: Leeor Neta

Santa Clara University School of Law
Contact: Deborah Moss-West

Seattle University School of Law
Contact: Diana Singleton

Southwestern Law School
Contacts: Laura Cohen; Nyree Gray

Stanford Law School
Contact: Diane Chin

University of California Los Angeles School of Law
Contact: Catherine Mayorkas

University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Contact: Lindsey Webb

University of Nevada, Las Vegas
William S. Boyd School of Law
Contacts: Ngai Pindell; Ann Cammett

University of Oregon School of Law
Contacts: Barbara Aldave; Steve Bender

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law
Contact: Raquel Aldana

University of San Francisco School of Law
Contact: Erin E. Dolly

University of Washington School of Law
Contact: Michele E. Storms