On June 28, 2017, Judge Jack Nevin was awarded the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Award by Seattle University School of Law. This is a well-deserved award recognizing Judge Nevin’s exceptional teaching abilities and devotion to legal education. Judge Nevin has been an adjunct faculty member at Seattle University since 1992. He team teaches Pre-Trial Advocacy and Trial Advocacy with King County Superior Court Judge Matthew Williams, and also teaches Advanced Evidence, Civil Procedures and a Military Law Seminar.
Judge Nevin believes he teaches around 30-40 students per year. This equates to almost 1,000 students whom he has impacted over the years. Some of his students are now Superior, District and Municipal Court Judges and Court Commissioners. Judge Nevin hears from former students all across the globe.
Judge Nevin was elected in 2012 to Superior Court Department #6 where he began service on January 14, 2013. Judge Nevin was a Pierce County District Court Judge from 1996 until he was elected to the Superior Court bench. In addition to teaching for Seattle University, he is also an Adjunct Professor in the Kessler Eidson Trial Advocacy Program at Emory University School of Law. Judge Nevin is retired from the US Army where he holds the rank of Brigadier General. He also serves on the board of advisors of the National Institute of Military Justice.
Judge Nevin holds a BA from Washington State University and an MBA\J.D. from Gonzaga University.
Congratulations Judge Nevin, the honor is well deserved.