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Campus News
11/24/2014 5:18:33 PM
First of the California 12 Released from Prison after 36 Years
Justin Brooks, Michael Hanline and Alex Simpson

Michael Hanline has walked out of custody a free man after being imprisoned for 36 years—the longest wrongful incarceration in California history

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11/24/2014 11:42:06 AM
California Western Hosts International Conference on Legal Incubators and Residencies
Incubator Conference
This February, California Western hosts an international conference, “Enhancing Social Justice through the Development of Incubator and Residency Programs,” addressing the opportunities and challenges faced by organizations who wish to design and implement them Learn More
Campus News
11/11/2014 2:22:37 PM
ABA eLawyering Task Force Says Legal Services are Going Digital
ABA eLawyering Task Force Presentation at California Western

ABA presenters emphasize that the entire economic model of law practice is undergoing a seismic shift and that digital lawyering using secure client portals is becoming the new normal.

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Campus News
10/29/2014 2:45:43 PM
California Western Elects Michael Whitton to Board of Trustees
California Western Trustees Michael J. Whitton (left) and Roy M. Bell, colleagues at Troutman Sanders
The Board of Trustees at California Western School of Law has elected Michael J. Whitton, San Diego managing partner at the firm Troutman Sanders, as the newest member of the board.

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Campus News
10/27/2014 12:27:35 PM
California Western A Sponsor of Fundraising Efforts to Help Immigrant Domestic Violence Victims
California Western Associate Dean Linda Morton (second from left) and husband Leonard Bole (left), with Eva Lautemann '09, Drew Lautemann '09
The Saving Beverly Fundraising Dinner Adventure, co-sponsored by California Western School of Law, was held Friday October 3 at the University of San Diego Joan Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice to support Access, Inc.‘s work on behalf of immigrant victims of domestic violence was a success. 
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