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Student News
10/11/2018 5:14:00 AM
CAP Teams ‘Slap the Bottle’ in Traditional Send-off
CAP Trial Teams

This fall’s Competitive Advocacy Program (CAP) teams recently enjoyed a traditional send-off as California Western prepares to field eight teams in the September through November season.

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Faculty News
10/10/2018 6:43:00 AM
Prof. Leslie Culver Honored as 2018 Galen Distinguished Guest in Legal Writing
Prof. Leslie Culver

Prof. Leslie Culver has been honored by the University of Oregon School of Law this month as the Galen Distinguished Guest in Legal Writing. She is also joining UC Irvine School of Law as Visiting Professor of Lawyering Skills for both the fall and spring semesters as well as teaching a Legal Scholarship Training Seminar this trimester at California Western.

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Faculty News
10/8/2018 1:37:00 PM
Justin Brooks Concludes Innocence March with Rally at State Capitol
CIP

As Prof. Justin Brooks, Director of the California Innocence Project concludes his 100-mile march for innocence he calls on Gov. Jerry Brown to release the remaining six members of the California 12.

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Campus News
9/28/2018 2:08:00 PM
Award-winning CWSL Staff Member Epitomizes Spirit of Giving Back
Miriam Hernandez

Recognized as Community Law Project’s Volunteer of the Year, California Western’s Administrative Receptionist Miriam Hernandez reveals why she is so passionate about her volunteer work.

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Faculty News
9/28/2018 2:01:00 PM
Prof. Catherine Hardee on the Dangers of Corporations Addressing Social Problems
Prof. Catherine Hardee

In a recent op-ed for the International Business Times, Prof. Catherine Hardee discusses how the U.S. Supreme Court is giving businesses protections usually reserved for individuals and as a result how corporations are taking a moral stand precluding their employees from making their own decisions.

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