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Campus News
5/5/2015 2:29:38 PM
Three California Western Honorees at Tom Homann LGBT Law Association Gala
Jennifer N. Monterroso '15, Dean Emeritus Steven R. Smith and Professor Robert R. DeKoven

California Western was well-represented at the Tom Homann LGBT Law Association gala on April 30, with three awardees recognized.

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Campus News
5/4/2015 3:32:14 PM
California Innocence Project Honored by the San Diego County Bar Association
California Innocence Project staff attorney Audrey McGinn and co-founder Jan Stiglitz

The San Diego County Bar Association honored the California Innocence Project at its annual Law Week Awards on May 1, along with an adjunct professor and alumna.

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Campus News
5/4/2015 12:21:19 PM
Phyllis Marion: A Hall of Fame Career
Phyllis Marion

Phyllis Marion, the Associate Dean for Library and Information Resources, has been named to the American Association of Law Librarians Hall of Fame, right at the time she is announcing her retirement after 20 years at the law school.

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Student News
5/1/2015 3:57:42 PM
Nearly 200 Graduate at California Western's 109th Commencement
From left: 2015 graduates Rachael J. Bailey, Nicholas Kritikos, Ashley B. Yosuico, and Steven L. Aicher

You could feel—and hear—the joy, energy, and spirit in the room as nearly 200 soon-to-be-graduates marched down the aisle at California Western's 109th Commencement on May 1, held at the San Diego Convention Center.

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Campus News
4/29/2015 2:28:49 PM
Two-Year Anniversary of Innocence March an Emotional Reunion of Exonerees and Families
California Innocence Project Lawyers Alissa Bjerkhoel '08, Justin Brooks, and Michael Semanchik '10 begin the march from California Western to Ocean Beach

When California Innocence Project exonerees and the families of yet-to-be exonerated inmates get together, it is always a highly emotional experience. That was the case on April 27 at an event marking the two-year anniversary of the 712-mile Innocence March.

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