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Student News
11/12/2013 12:00:00 AM
California Western Hosts International Career Panel
Professor James M. Cooper hosts the International Career Panel
More and more lawyers are realizing that their practice deals with issues that transcend U.S. borders, so California Western brought together a panel with vast international experience to help students prepare for practice in the global economy. Learn More
Faculty News
11/1/2013 12:00:00 AM
"NAFTA: 20 Years Later": Kevin O'Reilly Kicks Off 11th Annual Speaker Series
11th Annual California Western School of Law - UCSD Speaker Series, "NAFTA: 20 Years Later"
State Department official says NAFTA has greatly benefited U.S. economy. Learn More
Student News
10/31/2013 12:00:00 AM
Work of New Media Rights Prominent in Copyright Office Small Claims Recommendations
Art Neill, New Media Rights Executive Director
If you have ever posted video to YouTube, Facebook, or other social media and want to protect your copyright, you would have a new avenue to protect your work from illegal copying if a recommendation to establish a small claims court for copyrights is adopted. Learn More
Campus News
10/15/2013 12:00:00 AM
City Heights Community Law Project Receives Grant from Price Family Charitable Fund
The City Heights Community Law Project holding a clinic at Rosa Parks Elementary School
The Price Family Charitable Fund granted $15,480 to California Western's City Heights Community Law Project and Access to Law Initiative community law office. Learn More
Faculty News
10/14/2013 12:00:00 AM
Governor Signs Law Helping Wrongfully Convicted People Obtain State Compensation
California Innocence Project attorneys Justin Brooks, Jan Stiglitz, and Alex Simpson, with attorney Wendy J. Koen ’06 and exoneree Tim Atkins on the day he was released from prison in 2007
In a major victory for people imprisoned for crimes they did not commit, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 618, that completely revamps the law related to compensating the wrongfully convicted in California. Learn More