San Diego Lawyer - September/October 2014
Latest issue of the magazine features California Western 2L Heather S. Ray, alumni Wendy L. Patrick '94, Wendy M. Behan '98, Gerrilyn T. Malana '98, Dino J. Paraskevopoulos '97, and trustees Judith L. Haller '75 and Howard Wiener.
WORLD - October 31
California Innocence Project Director Justin Brooks is interviewed for an online magazine story about Matthew and Grace Huang, a Los Angeles couple charged in Qatar with starving their 9-year-old daughter to death.
National Post - October 30
Commentary in Canadian publication cites the work of the California Innocence Project.
Agencia Fronteriza de Noticias - October 29
Tijuana publication highlights a news conference by California Western's Proyecto ACCESO announcing that law students are invited to participate in the first National Competition in Preliminary Hearings and Oral Trials that aims to train future lawyers in the U.S. modeled-adversarial criminal justice system. The story also appears in Tijuana Informativo. (Articles in Spanish)
National Post - October 27
Canadian publication has a feature story on 3L Alexa "Lexi" Leibl and her role in helping to free Roeling Adams, a California Innocence Project client who was paroled after serving 28 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 27
The Association of Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL) is sponsoring a mock trial tournament between San Diego's three law schools; California Western, the University of San Diego, and Thomas Jefferson.
Huffington Post - October 27
Adjunct Professor Anne S. Bautista '97, Supervising Attorney of California Western's Immigration Clinic, appears on the national program HuffPost Live to discuss issues facing immigrant women who are victims of domestic violence.
KPBS Radio & Television - October 25
Professor Glenn C. Smith and California Western Trustee Howard Wiener, a retired California Court of Appeals justice, discuss the role of politics in judicial elections.
New York Times - October 23
Professor Nancy S. Kim is interviewed about Internet companies that have "clickable" online contracts that prohibit users from suing them or making negative comments on the company's site. A similar version of the story also appears in the Economic Times.
Los Angeles Times - October 23
Professor Nancy S. Kim is interviewed in a story about how Verizon Wireless uses a program that lures its customers into giving up their privacy so their personal information can be used by marketers.
KPBS Radio and Television - October 23
Adjunct Professor Alex J. Simpson '04, associate director of the California Innocence Project, discusses the legal status of the death penalty in California.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 21
Charles E. Bell Jr. '07 has been elected president of the Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association. A story also appears in San Diego Metropolitan magazine.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 20
Attorney Michael J. Whitton of Troutman Sanders is elected to the California Western Board of Trustees.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 15
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-New York) appears at California Western to talk about women making their voices heard to advance their role in society.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 14
California Innocence Project client Roeling Adams is paroled after spending 28 years in state prison for a crime he did not commit.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 7
A panel of professors, Glenn C. Smith, Jessica K. Fink, Laurence A. Benner, and Michal R. Belknap hold a lively discussion on the U.S. Supreme Court's new term at an event called First Monday.
San Diego Daily Transcript - October 7
Lisa A. Haile '92 is named as one of the "LawDragon 500"—the top 500 attorneys in America.
New York Daily News - October 16
California Western's New Media Rights program director Art Neill is interviewed about the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and online video piracy.
KUSI Television News - October 6
First Monday was highlighted in a series of live reports and also received coverage from San Diego 6 News, Fox 5 News, and Univision San Diego.
KUSI Television News - October 2
The California Innocence Project marks Wrongful Conviction Day on the California Western campus with several events. Univision San Diego also covered the event.
Calaveras Enterprise - October 1
Calaveras County Superior Court Judge Hugh K. Swift '85 faces a challenge in his election campaign.