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From the Newsroom
In the Media - Jamie Cooper and Anne Bautista

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.

Radio Poland - October 22
Professor James M. Cooper appears on Polish national radio and television, explaining that the EU has much to learn about border management during the current immigrant crisis. Cooper adds that the U.S. provides a model for what to do and what not to do at the same time.

KPBS Radio and Television - October 21
Adjunct Professor Anne Bautista '97, director of the VAWA Legal Program at Access Inc., which represents immigrant victims of domestic violence, talks about the fear many of these victims have of coming forward to seek help.

San Diego Business Journal - October 15
California Western's New Media Rights receives a $24,000 small business enhancement grant from the city of San Diego to support the program’s efforts to work with the arts and creative communities as well as Internet startups.


BodyCam Debate and La Raza

Storytelling

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.

California Western’s trial team of 2L Felicia M. Loera, 2L Derek S. Reid, 2L Charlotte S. Najar, and 3L Monty Randhawa wins the San Diego Defense Lawyers Competition.

Six California Western students are honored with this year’s San Diego La Raza Lawyer’s Association (SDLRA) scholarship awards at the SDLRA annual dinner and gala on October 16.

A debate on the use of police body cameras drew a large audience at California Western, featuring San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman and other experts in the field.


Coffee with the Deans 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.

On Facebook, our post sharing the 40+ photos from ACCESO Capacitación generated myriad likes, shares, and comments—furthering the conversational aspect on which we thrive in the social media realm.

The police body camera debate was another hot topic—as Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman tweeted about the event held on campus.


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