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Faculty News
7/27/2021 11:18:00 AM
Taming the Algorithmic Onslaught Facing Consumers
Tabrez Ebrahim

In a scholarly paper published in the West Virginia Law Review, California Western Professor Tabrez Ebrahim discusses the phenomenon of algorithmic decision-making in business and the need for a regulatory response to the use of algorithms in the consumer-merchant context.

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Faculty News
7/21/2021 3:32:00 PM
Obamacare Survives Fourth SCOTUS Encounter
Professor Glenn Smith

In an academic commentary recently published in JURIST, California Western Constitutional Law Professor and Supreme Court Expert Glenn Smith discusses the recent SCOTUS Obamacare reprieve and the legal and practical importance of the complex doctrines surrounding standing to sue.

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Campus News
7/8/2021 11:24:15 AM
Local Philanthropists Establish Scholarship Fund to Advance Racial Justice and Equality at California Western School of Law

Longtime California Western friends and supporters Elaine Galinson and Herbert Solomon have gifted the law school $50,000 in support of its efforts to attract, reward, and inspire students who are committed to the pursuit of justice and equality.

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Faculty News
6/29/2021 6:31:00 AM
CWSL Faculty Recognized by The Green Bag for Exemplary Legal Writing
Brenner Johnson and Padilla

California Western Vice Dean Hannah Brenner Johnson and Professor Laura Padilla have been recognized by The Green Bag in their 2020 list of “Exemplary Legal Writing Books.” The list of books was selected by Professor Femi Cadmus, Yale Law School, and Ariel Scotese, Lecturer in Law at the University of Chicago Law School.

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Alumni News
6/22/2021 7:36:00 AM
A Foundation for Success
Lisa Kelley

Lisa Kelley ’91 recently rejoined the Washington State Attorney General’s office after taking a 10-year break to raise a family. Here she talks about what a great foundation a California Western education gave to her and how she loves practicing as an attorney again despite having to pass the Washington State Bar exam for a second time.

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