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Faculty News
3/27/2018 2:02:09 PM
Prof. Glenn Smith Clarifies Constitutionality of San Diego Municipal Code Designed to Regulate Adult Businesses
Image of glasses in a nightlife establishment

In a San Diego Union-Tribune article, California Western School of Law Professor Glenn Smith clarifies a recent ruling that San Diego Municipal Code doesn't clearly limit the power of police to use the ordinance to infringe on the rights of adult entertainers, and is therefore illegal.

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Faculty News
3/23/2018 2:00:10 PM
Professor Nancy Kim Weighs in on Legitimacy of Trump's Efforts to Sue for Breach of Contract
Non Disclosure

In a recent Slate.com article, California Western Professor Nancy S. Kim explores whether Stormy Daniels will be forced to pay $20M to President Donald Trump, based on inconsistencies in the adult performer's nondisclosure agreement.

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Faculty News
3/21/2018 7:14:14 PM
Professor Thusi Contributes to Salon.com Piece on Trump Administration Efforts to Reinstate Harsh "School-to-Prison" Pipeline Policies
Professor India Thusi

In a recent Salon.com article, California Western Professor India Thusi explains Obama-era guidelines that sought to address hypercriminalization in schools, and the Trump administration's attempts to reinstate "school-to-prison pipelines."

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Faculty News
3/19/2018 2:33:30 PM
Professor Barton Cited on Forbes.com for Advocacy of Clearly Written, "Business-Friendly" Contracts
Rendering of the Magna Carta

Professor of Law Thomas D. Barton is quoted on Forbes.com as a pioneer in the movement to adopt accessible, plain-language contracts—in lieu of those rife with traditionally verbose and jargon-laden legalese.

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Campus News
3/16/2018 2:20:10 PM
New Media Rights Receives Grant in Support of Consumer Privacy Protection Efforts
New Media Rights Executive Director Art Neill speaks with students

The New Media Rights at California Western receives a $40,000 grant from the Rose Foundation, recognizing their work on critical issues related to consumer privacy.

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