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The latest updates on the evolving COVID-19 policies and resources for the campus community.
Campus News
3/31/2020 11:13:32 AM
Four CIP Clients Granted Clemency
JoAnn Parks, Rodney McNeal, and Suzanne Johnson

California Governor Gavin Newsom has granted clemency to four California Innocence Project (CIP) clients: JoAnn Parks, Suzanne Johnson, Rodney McNeal, and David Jassy. CIP lawyers and Cal Western students have been working on these cases for more than 20 years. Combined, these CIP clients have spent more than 78 years in prison for crimes they didn’t commit.

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Faculty News
3/26/2020 7:50:00 AM
Welcome to the Next Level of Telemedicine
Professor James Cooper

In a recent op-ed published in The Hill, co-authors California Western Professor James Cooper and visiting scholar at the University of Tokyo and orthopedic surgeon Dr. Tokio Matsuzaki explore the benefits and challenges of telemedicine in the age of coronavirus.

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Campus News
3/23/2020 10:00:00 AM
Community Commitment
Access Law Career Pathway students

As part of California Western’s commitment to the community, the Academic and Student Affairs Department recently welcomed a group of students from the Access Law Career Pathway program to tour the school and meet with faculty and staff.

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Campus News
3/12/2020 1:37:17 PM
The Unintended Consequences of AB5
Shaun Spalding

California Western’s New Media Rights Assistant Director Shaun Spalding talks to Larry Buhl on the Labor Pains podcast about issues with and possible fixes to the recent AB5 employment law that took effect on January 1.

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Student News
3/10/2020 1:26:02 PM
CWSL Students Score Double First in Appellate Competition
California Western Moot Court Honors Board Appellate Competition Team members Caitlin Van Voorst and Arlena Parmar

California Western Moot Court Honors Board Appellate Competition Team members Caitlin Van Voorst and Arlena Parmar discuss winning both the First Place Top Brief award and the First Place overall Championship in the recent UC Davis Asylum & Refugee Law National Moot Court Appellate Competition.

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