“The transparency that blockchain technology can bring to corporate governance and the attraction to foreign investment reveals endless avenues to walk down in crypto-land.”
“A law degree opens all kinds of doors. People automatically treat you with a new level of respect once you have your law degree.”
“My presentation came from a unique perspective, and that is getting people back home rather than on managing harms to financial institutions.”
“Red de Egresados will bring together all our graduates through events, meetings, and referrals, further strengthening our network.”
“Most discussions about promoting national cybersecurity focus on governance structures, international relations, and political science; this article proposes a different agenda.”
“Marge was always a cheerleader for the law school. She had a passion for the people of the law school and for the careers that graduates went on to enjoy.”
“Because the Senate filibuster impedes the legislative process and counters democratic governance, it is time for reform.”
“It is so important to continue to shed light on this subject and encourage a national debate on food disparity and the racial stereotyping that goes hand-in-hand with this practice.”
“This documentary explores the hollowing out of the state as private actors wrest away a greater role in the regulation of cross-border transactions and inherently sovereign functions.”
“It's really been kind of a non-issue when it comes to employment here in California.”
“The unintended consequences of creating a multi-billion dollar vaccine industry that did not exist just a year ago should not be ignored.”
“These funders allow us to meet the ever-growing legal needs of those most vulnerable within our community.”
“Every win, especially on the national stage, makes other law schools more and more aware that California Western is a force to be reckoned with.”
“Such inventions could provide tremendous benefit to the public.”
“Latinx community contributions to the culture and history of the United States are unequivocal, and as such, deserve to be recognized in the United States’ highest cultural institution.”
“Nothing could be worse than losing your children and then being wrongfully convicted of their murder.”
In an article published in the California Law Review, Professor Dadhania discusses the application of the terrorism bar in immigration law.
California Supreme Court upholds reversal of murder conviction.
“That’s how wrongful convictions should be resolved: prosecutors and defense attorneys working together to fix a case when it goes wrong.”
“None of this could have happened without tremendous work from everyone in the Instituto.”
When you choose to become a lawyer, you are choosing more than a career—you are making a commitment to using your broad skills and rigorous training for what is right and just, and to being able to use those skills straight out of law school. Be empowered with a law degree from California Western and become the lawyer you want to be.
California Western ranks in the top 10 for diversity among U.S. law schools, according to U.S. News.
California Western faculty have been published recently in more than a dozen top-50 law reviews and leading specialty journals including:• California Law Review• Northwestern Law Review• UC Irvine Law Review• Boston College Law Review• Iowa Law Review• Washington Law Review
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