San Diego Union-Tribune - September 22
Professor Robert Bohrer says that genetic health screening should not have an effect on medical insurance costs because the Affordable Care Act prohibits insurers from basing premium costs on risk and/or preexisting conditions.
CBS News 8 - September 21
Professor Kenneth S. Klein discusses the "inherent risks" of putting the children on the witness stand in the case of Julie Harper, who is on trial for murder of the 11- and 9-year-old's father while they were in the house. Klein says that in a case like this the children's testimony may be less reliable, and both sides could be seen as using them to manipulate the jury.
Univision Los Angeles - September 14
California Innocence Project staff attorney Raquel Cohen '09 discusses why their client Luis Vargas is innocent of a rape and kidnapping for which he has served 17 years in prison.
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 second annual Distinguished Alumni of the Year Awards went off without a hitch, drawing more than 230 guests to the celebration.
The law school's richly diverse group of student organizations enjoy great success during their fall recruiting drive.
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, the well-attended 'Coffee with the Deans' event was as popular online as it was in person, promoting conversation and engagement with our followers.
It was a great month for photos on Instagram, where the San Diego DA praised California Western, and this candid snap at the Distinguished Alumni of the Year Awards got plenty of attention.