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From the Newsroom
Barb Cox and Susan Channick

In the Media

Mentions and features of California Western appear throughout the U.S. and around the globe. These are a few of this month's highlights. Click to view a full compendium of our presence in the media.

KPBS Radio and Television – July 30
Professor Susan Channick comments on the 50th anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid and how these laws completely changed access to health care for senior citizens and lower-income Americans.

KUSI TV News – July 22
New Media Rights executive director Art Neill explains how Uber's new privacy policy will affect customers, including whether they want the company to have access to their smartphone's address book contacts and their location at all times.

Los Angeles Daily Journal – July 1
In Vice Dean Barbara Cox's Perspective column, she calls the U.S. Supreme Court's decision upholding the right of same-sex couples an "important milestone to marry." She also recounts her own involvement in the movement over the years to help make it a reality.

Top Attorneys and PrideLaw


From campus news and events to alumni and student success, the California Western community has a lot of information to share. These are some of this month's stories. To read more, visit our online newsroom.

Three faculty members and 15 California Western alumni are selected as "2015 Top Attorneys" on the annual list published by the San Diego Daily Transcript.

Students and faculty march in the annual San Diego Pride Parade, which carries special significance this year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the right of same-sex couples to marry.

The Mexican national moot court team developed and coached by Professor Justin Brooks and his staff at the California Innocence Project excel in a competition that exemplified the law school's deep commitment to teaching Latin American lawyers about the U.S. legal system.

Law Dogs and Proyecto ACCESO

Social Reach

We recognize the importance of social interaction and are represented on all major social media outlets. These posts were the most successful in creating the buzz that grows California Western's diverse online community.

The San Diego County DA's office posted a photo of lawyers from Proyecto ACCESO, which we promptly shared on Facebook—to the tune of more than 1,000 unique visitors and significant engagement with followers.

This collage of our ever-popular "Law Dogs" garnered much attention on both Instagram and Twitter, providing some digital canine companionship for our friends off-campus.

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