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Faculty News
12/8/2017 10:17:00 AM
Professor Ken Klein Explores Opaque Insurance Regulations in Light of Recent Wildfires
Wildfire in Southern California

California Western School of Law Professor Ken Klein’s expertise is called upon by CNBC as Southern California experiences an array of wildfires just two months after the massive blazes in Wine Country—for an article examining the potential Santa Ana windfall for insurance companies in the disasters’ aftermath.

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Faculty News
12/1/2017 3:03:31 PM
Professor Brenner Examines How Commonalities Among Rape Sub-Cultures Illuminate Solutions to Sexual Harassment
Female prisoner in her cell
Professor Hannah Brenner explores the abundance of similar crimes that go unreported—and the systemic reasons that certain populations are heard and others silenced in a Daily Transcript op-ed. Learn More
Faculty News
11/16/2017 1:42:05 PM
Professor Daniel Yeager Comments on “Manifestly Absurd” Searches in Daily Journal Article
Vehicle Pulled Over by Police

California Western School of Law Professor Daniel B. Yeager provides critical insight and historical perspective on unlawful searches and seizures under the Fourth Amendment, for a Daily Journal piece highlighting upcoming Supreme Court cases with privacy rights implications.

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Student News
11/14/2017 2:34:54 PM
California Western Trial Team Named "Best in San Diego" for Business Trial Advocacy
ABTL Winners Chrisitan Escamilla, Payton Randle, Briana Wilford, Amanda Shayota

California Western emerged victorious for the third time in four years at the annual Association of Business Trial Lawyers (ABTL) mock trial competition between San Diego's three law schools.

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Student News
11/10/2017 4:01:50 PM
CWSL Moot Court Team Fifth in the Nation at Tournament of Champions
Anthony Esquibel, Melissa Mueller, Danica Wahl and James Carraway

A California Western Competitive Advocacy Program trial team recently placed fifth nationwide in the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) Tournament of Champions. The invitation-only competition brings just 16 law schools who have the best three-year record of success to participate.

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