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Rocío Albarrán 3L Wins Prestigious Peggy Browning FellowshipStory
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USF Honors Law Faculty for Exceptional Teaching and ServiceStory
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    Stephen Hamill ’78 Honored as 2013 Alum of the Year


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    Stephen Hamill ’78 Honored as 2013 Alum of the Year

    Stephen A. Hamill ’78 received this year’s Alum of the Year Award at the annual Holiday Luncheon, held on Dec. 4 at the Fairmont Hotel.

  • USF Increases Bar Pass Rate

    The USF School of Law’s California Bar Examination pass rate for first-time takers increased from 70 percent in July 2012 to 75 percent in July 2013.

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    Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner to Speak at USFStory

    Justice Antonin Scalia and Bryan Garner to Speak at USF

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia and lawyer and lexicographer Bryan A. Garner will discuss their book Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts on Jan. 31 at the University of San Francisco’s McLaren Conference Center.

  • USF Pilipino American Law Society Fundraised for Typhoon Haiyan Victims

    The USF Pilipino American Law Society (PALS) raised $2,386, in addition to non-perishable items, to support those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

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    Environmental Law Society Convenes Conversation about Future of California’s Water


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    Environmental Law Society Convenes Conversation about Future of California’s Water

    On Nov. 5, the Environmental Law Society (ELS) hosted “Striking a Balance: The Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP) and the Future of California’s Water,” engaging practitioners, students, and alumni in a conversation about the controversial BDCP, which is slated to be released in December 2013.

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    Alums Reconnect and Reminisce at Reunion 2013

     

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    Alums Reconnect and Reminisce at Reunion 2013 

    More than 250 alumni celebrated at the USF School of Law annual reunion Oct. 26 at the Hotel Intercontinental in San Francisco, reconnecting with law school friends and faculty and catching up on one another’s professional and personal lives.  

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    New Environmental Law Student and Alumni Society LaunchesStory

    New Environmental Law Student and Alumni Society Launches

    The USF School of Law has launched the Environmental Law Student and Alumni Society (ELSAS) to bring together alumni, students, and faculty interested in environmental, energy, and natural resources law. Law school alumni are a key resource for connecting students with the practice of environment law.

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    DJ Cespedes Wins Advocate of the Year CompetitionStory

    DJ Cespedes Wins Advocate of the Year Competition

    On Oct. 18, Donald “DJ” Cespedes 2L won the USF School of Law Advocate of the Year Competition, the intramural appellate advocacy competition open to all upper division students who have completed the 1L Spring Moot Court Program.

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    Two Students Receive California Bar Foundation Diversity ScholarshipsStory

    Two Students Receive California Bar Foundation Diversity Scholarships

    The California Bar Foundation recognized two USF law students, Crystal Araujo 1L and Benjamin Kahriman 1L, as recipients of the 2013 Diversity Scholarship Awards on September 26.

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    USF Lauded by HispanicBusiness.com for Diversity PracticesStory

    USF Lauded by HispanicBusiness.com for Diversity Practices

    HispanicBusiness.com ranked the USF School of Law the tenth best law school for diversity practices in 2013.

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    Constitution Day Event Examines NSA Surveillance Program


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    Constitution Day Event Examines NSA Surveillance Program

    On Sept. 17, the USF School of Law hosted nearly 80 USF students and community members for a discussion about the constitutionality of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance program. The lunchtime panel, “Big Brother in the 21st Century?”, was held in honor of Constitution Day, which recognizes the adoption of the U.S. Constitution in 1787 and those who have become U.S. citizens.

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    Alumni Meet Dean Trasviña at San Francisco ReceptionsStory

    Alumni Meet Dean Trasviña at San Francisco Receptions

    Dean John Trasviña welcomed 160 alumni and friends of the law school at two receptions in San Francisco, on Sept. 17 and 18, as part of the Meet the Dean regional reception series.

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    New Clinic Project Provides Legal Assistance to Start-UpsStory

    New Clinic Project Provides Legal Assistance to Start-Ups

    Budding entrepreneurs and start-up companies on a budget in Silicon Valley and beyond now have access to free legal services thanks to the USF School of Law’s new Entrepreneurial Ventures Legal Services Project. The project is a collaborative effort between the school’s Investor Justice, Employment Law, Internet and Intellectual Property, and Mediation clinics.

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    Professor Michelle Travis Appointed New Associate Dean for Faculty ScholarshipStory

    Professor Michelle Travis Appointed New Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship

    Professor Michelle Travis has been named the associate dean for faculty scholarship, replacing Joshua Davis, who is the new associate dean for academic affairs.

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    Prof. Nice Featured in Harvard Book on Best Law TeachersStory

    Prof. Nice Featured in Harvard Book on Best Law Teachers

    Herbst Foundation Professor of Law Julie Nice is one of a select set of law professors nationwide profiled in What the Best Law Teachers Do, published this month by Harvard University Press.

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    Two USF Students Honored at American Association for Justice’s Annual ConventionStory

    Two USF Students Honored at American Association for Justice’s Annual Convention

    At the American Association for Justice (AAJ) annual convention in July, Shauna Madison 3L received the AAJ Women for Justice Education Fund’s Mike Eidson Scholarship, and Adam Birka-White 2L was presented with the Leesfield Scholarship.

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    Student’s Article on Executive Compensation to be Published in UC Davis Law JournalStory

    Student’s Article on Executive Compensation to be Published in UC Davis Law Journal

    Jesse Gossett 3L will have an article titled “Financial Institution Executive Compensation: The Problem of Financially Motivated Excessive Risk-taking, the Regulatory Response, and Common Sense Solutions” published in an upcoming issue of the UC Davis Business Law Journal.

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    Professor Joshua Davis Named Associate Dean of the USF School of LawStory

    Professor Joshua Davis Named Associate Dean of the USF School of Law

    USF School of Law Professor Joshua Davis has been named associate dean of the law school.

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    Professor and Former Dean Jeffrey Brand Honored by OneJusticeStory

    Professor and Former Dean Jeffrey Brand Honored by OneJustice

    Professor and former Dean Jeffrey Brand was honored for his lifelong commitment to justice and service at the annual OneJustice “Opening Doors to Justice” event in San Francisco on July 25.

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    Ninth Circuit Victories by Alumni Improve Immigration OpportunitiesStory

    Ninth Circuit Victories by Alumni Improve Immigration Opportunities

    Growing up in the only Chinese-American family in a small town in California, Jenny Tsai was instilled with a drive to help outsiders. After graduating from the USF School of Law in 1998, she and fellow classmate Roger Green opened Green and Tsai, a small immigration law practice in downtown San Francisco, which is now celebrating its second Ninth Circuit victory, Regalado-Escobar v. Holder.

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    Class of '53 Celebrates 60th ReunionStory

    Class of '53 Celebrates 60th Reunion

    The alumni of the Class of '53 gathered for a luncheon celebration on June 28 in honor of their 60th reunion.

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    M. Kamran Meyer Selected as First Hamill FellowStory

    M. Kamran Meyer Selected as First Hamill Fellow

    The first Hamill Fellow, M. Kamran Meyer, will begin the two-year fellowship this fall semester. The Hamill Fellowship provides an opportunity for a clinical law fellow to assist in the supervision and management of a law clinic at USF.

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    Intensive Advocacy Program Provides Practical Trial ExperienceStory

    Intensive Advocacy Program Provides Practical Trial Experience

    The Intensive Advocacy Program (IAP), which focuses on litigation and trial techniques and strategies, concluded its 21st annual two-week course on June 2. The program brings together seasoned lawyers and judges from across the nation to train law students in the art of advocacy.

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    Class of 2013 Celebrates GraduationStory

    Class of 2013 Celebrates Graduation

    The USF School of Law Class of 2013 graduated on May 18 in front of hundreds of family and friends in St. Ignatius Church. More than 190 students received Juris Doctor degrees, 11 received JD/MBAs, 14 received Master of Law degrees in International Transactions and Comparative Law, and one received a Master of Law degree in Intellectual Property and Technology Law.

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    Alumni Graduates Dinner Celebrates Class of 2013Story

    Alumni Graduates Dinner Celebrates Class of 2013

    Nearly 300 graduating students, alumni, faculty, and staff gathered at the InterContinental Hotel May 15 to salute the class of 2013 and present a number of faculty and student awards at the annual Alumni Graduates Dinner.

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    Rodney Fong Joins Law School as Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Academic Support ProgramStory

    Rodney Fong Joins Law School as Assistant Professor and Co-Director of Academic Support Program

    Rodney O. Fong joined USF School of Law as assistant professor and co-director of Academic Support Program. He will focus on improving the academic support services for all law students, with a particular emphasis on bar preparation and success, and he is immediately assisting the 2013 graduating class as they prepare for the bar exam.

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    Professor Garvey’s New Book Proposes Path to Nuclear CounterproliferationStory

    Garvey’s New Book Proposes Path to Nuclear Counterproliferation

    In his new book, Nuclear Weapons Counterproliferation: A New Grand Bargain (Oxford University Press, 2013), USF School of Law Professor Jack Garvey proposes a new legal and institutional framework for the counterproliferation of nuclear weapons.

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    Professor Rhonda Magee Wins USF’s Ignatian Service AwardStory

    Professor Rhonda Magee Wins USF’s Ignatian Service Award

    On May 7th, the University of San Francisco presented the Ignatian Service Award to Professor Rhonda Magee, along with her co-directors of the Center for Teaching Excellence, Tracy Seeley, professor of English in the College of Arts and Sciences, and Mathew Mitchell, professor of learning and instruction in the School of Education.

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    John Trasviña Named Dean of USF School of LawStory

    John Trasviña Named Dean of USF School of Law

    John Trasviña, Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, has been appointed dean of the University of San Francisco School of Law, effective June 17. Assistant Secretary Trasviña succeeds Jeffrey S. Brand, who is stepping down after 14 years to return to the faculty.

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    First Year Student Alex Leenson Awarded Peggy Browning Fellowship

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    First Year Student Alex Leenson Awarded Peggy Browning Fellowship

    Alex Leenson 1L was recently awarded the prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship, a 10-week summer position in which he will work at UNITE HERE Local 2, in San Francisco.

  • Employment Law Clinic Represents Mariners

    Merchant mariners who have their licenses revoked or suspended by the U.S. Coast Guard typically have had little access to representation to contest the decision—until now, thanks to a unique program that allows students in the USF School of Law Employment Law Clinic to represent mariners in license revocation cases before the Coast Guard.

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    USF Moot Court Team Clinches National TitleStory

    USF Moot Court Team Clinches National Title

    A team of three USF School of Law students beat out 45 other teams in March to win the Robert F. Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition, the premier national competition dedicated exclusively to labor and employment law.

  • USF and the U.S. News Law School Rankings

  • Law Review Symposium Explores Affirmative Action

    The University of San Francisco Law Review symposium “The Future of Affirmative Action after Fisher” gathered lawyers, law professors, nonprofit leaders and others on Feb. 22 to consider the role of affirmative action in society today.

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    Week of Events Celebrate Law School CentennialStory

    Centennial Events Highlight History, Look to Second Century

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    Centennial Challenge Promotes Community ServiceStory

    Centennial Challenge Promotes Community Service

    The Student Bar Association (SBA) is encouraging students, faculty, staff, and alumni to collectively perform 10,000 hours of community service throughout the centennial year.

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    Supreme Court to Hold Session at USFStory

    Supreme Court to Hold Session at USF

    The Supreme Court of California will hold a special oral argument session on Tuesday, Feb. 5 in the McLaren Conference Center at the University of San Francisco.

  • Recent Alum Takes on Facebook in Class Action

    Less than two years out of the USF School of Law, Jonathan Jaffe ’09 made a name for himself by filing a case against social media giant Facebook over the company’s “Sponsored Stories” ad program, which publicizes users’ “likes” without their consent.

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    Alumna Elected to Illinois Supreme CourtStory

    Alumna Elected to Illinois Supreme Court

    Hon. Mary Jane Theis, a 1974 graduate of the USF School of Law, was elected to the Illinois Supreme Court Nov. 6 with more than 75 percent of the vote.

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    Law Graduates Join the BarStory

    Law Graduates Join the Bar

    Hundreds of alumni, family, and friends gathered in St. Ignatius Church Dec. 3 as University of San Francisco School of Law alumni who passed the July 2010 California Bar Examination were sworn in as licensed attorneys.

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    PILF Auction Supports Student InternshipsStory

    PILF Auction Supports Student Internships

    The USF School of Law Seventh Annual Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) Gala and Award Ceremony raised approximately $48,000 to support students working in the public interest field next summer.

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    Justice Maria Rivera Named Alum of the YearStory

    Justice Maria Rivera Named Alum of the Year

    California Court of Appeal Justice Maria P. Rivera ’74 was named the 2010 USF School of Law Alumna of the Year on Dec. 1 during the law school’s annual Holiday Luncheon.

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    ACS and Pride Law Host Prop. 8 PanelStory

    ACS and Pride Law Host Prop. 8 Panel

    On Nov. 18, the USF School of Law American Constitution Society and Pride Law Association co-sponsored the “Prop 8 Update.”

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    Debate Examines Prop. 23
     
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    Debate Examines Prop. 23

    On Oct. 27, the USF School of Law Environmental Law Society hosted a debate on Proposition 23, an initiative on the Nov. 2 ballot that would have suspended California’s climate change law.

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    USF Teach-In Explores Impact of BP Oil SpillStory

    USF Teach-In Explores Impact of BP Oil Spill

    The University of San Francisco School of Law and the College of Arts and Sciences organized the Nov. 1 teach-in “BP, the Gulf, and Beyond: Environmental and Human Costs of the Gulf Oil Disaster.”

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    USF Featured in The Best 172 Law SchoolsStory

    USF Featured in The Best 172 Law Schools

    The University of San Francisco is one of the nation's most outstanding law schools, according to The Princeton Review. The education services company features USF in the 2011 edition of its book The Best 172 Law Schools.

  • USF and Charles University Celebrate 20-Year Partnership

    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the partnership between Charles University and the USF School of Law.

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    CLGJ Report Explores Conditions in Haiti Story

    CLGJ Report Explores Conditions in Haiti

    The Center for Law and Global Justice has co-published a report with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) and other social justice organizations that explores conditions in Haiti’s displacement camps after the devastating earthquake in January 2010.

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    USF Symposium Examines Clean Technology and the Law Story

    USF Symposium Examines Clean Technology and the Law

    Legal practitioners, professors, policymakers, and private industry leaders gathered at the University of San Francisco on Friday, Oct. 1 for the symposium “Clean Technology and the Law: The Legal Infrastructure for Promoting the Development and Dissemination of Clean Technologies.”

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    The American Lawyer Magazine Recognizes Prof. McCarthy Story

    American Lawyer Recognizes McCarthy

    The American Lawyer named Senior Professor J. Thomas McCarthy, founding director of the McCarthy Institute for Intellectual Property and Technology Law, one of the 25 most influential persons in the intellectual property field.

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    PILF Grantees Gain Experience and Knowledge this Summer Story

    PILF Grantees Gain Experience, Knowledge

    This summer 27 law students participated in local, national, and international internships funded by the USF School of Law Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF).

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    Prof. Hing Reflects on USF School of Law Immigration Photo Exhibit 

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    Hing Reflects on Immigration Photo Exhibit

    This fall, a black-and-white photo exhibit exploring immigration is on display with a statement by Professor Bill Ong Hing in the USF School of Law’s second floor rotunda.

  • USF Ranked Top Law School for Hispanics

    The University of San Francisco School of Law is one of the top 10 law schools for Hispanics in 2010, according to Hispanic Business magazine. USF, which ranked as the ninth best law school for Hispanics, is one of the most diverse in the nation with approximately 41 percent students of color in the 2010 entering class.

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    Prof. Davis Named Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship

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    Davis Named Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship

    USF School of Law Professor Joshua P. Davis has been named associate dean for faculty scholarship, a newly created position intended to enhance the law school's scholarly production and reputation.

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    The USF School of Law SBA Diversity Committee Wins ABA Award

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    USF Law Diversity Committee Wins ABA Award

    The American Bar Association (ABA) has presented the University of San Francisco School of Law Student Bar Association (SBA) Diversity Committee with the Henry J. Ramsey, Jr. Diversity Award, which recognizes excellence in improving diversity and advancement within the legal profession.

  • New Class Welcomed to USF

    A new class of 251 Juris Doctor students, including 41 percent students of color and 53 percent women, joined the USF School of Law last week. The entering class was chosen from nearly 4,700 applicants and boasts a median GPA of 3.45 and median LSAT score of 159.

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    Summer Experiences Expand Student HorizonsStory

    Summer Experiences Expand Student Horizons

    This summer approximately 95 USF law students traveled the world for internship and study opportunities.

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    Ronald Wheeler Joins USF as Zief Library Director

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    Ronald Wheeler Joins USF

    Ronald Wheeler joined the USF School of Law as an associate professor of law and the new director of the Dorraine Zief Law Library July 1.

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    Leo Receives Edwin H. Sutherland Award from Law and Society Division

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    Leo Receives Edwin H. Sutherland Award

    Associate Professor Richard Leo earned the Law and Society Division Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) Edwin H. Sutherland Award for his book Police Interrogation and American Justice (Harvard University Press, 2008).

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    Professor Denvir Examines First Amendment in New BookStory

    Professor Denvir Examines First Amendment in New Book

    In his new book Freeing Speech: The Constitutional War Over National Security (NYU Press, 2010), USF School of Law Research Professor of Constitutional Policy John Denvir explores the issue of presidential dominance and proposes an ambitious solution: a First Amendment that makes sure the voices of opposition are heard.

  • USF Law Students Serve Local Communities

    Ten University of San Francisco law students were selected from more than 1,500 applicants to participate in the 2010 Equal Justice Works Summer Corps program. USF has the highest number of participating students of all California law schools.

  • USF Advocacy Teams Continued Success

    USF Advanced Advocacy Competitions Program teams continued to earn top placements in moot court competitions this spring.

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    Graduating Class Praised for Spirit, Passion, DriveStory

    Graduating Class Praised for Spirit, Passion, Drive

    St. Ignatius Church filled with family and friends May 22 to honor this year's graduating class at the University of San Francisco School of Law commencement ceremony.

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    Class of 2010 Honored at Alumni Graduates DinnerStory

    Class of 2010 Honored at Alumni Graduates Dinner

    More than 300 students, alumni, faculty and staff gathered at San Francisco's InterContinental Hotel May 19 to welcome the Class of 2010 into the USF School of Law alumni ranks. The evening also included the presentation of several faculty and student awards, as well as a class gift to the law school.

  • U.S. Supreme Court Cites de la Vega and Leighton’s Research

    Citing Professor Connie de la Vega and Director of Human Rights Programs Michelle Leighton's research in the Graham v. Florida decision reached May 17, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the Eighth Amendment's Cruel and Unusual Punishment Clause does not permit a juvenile offender to be sentenced to life in prison without parole for a non-homicide crime.

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    Professor Hing proposes a policy for U.S. investment in Mexico. Story

    Hing Examines Mexican Migration and U.S. Immigration Policy in New Book

    In his new book, Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization, and Mexican Migration (Temple University Press, 2010), Professor Bill Ong Hing examines why undocumented immigrants from Mexico continue to enter the United States and proposes a policy for U.S. investment in Mexico that would improve conditions so that Mexican citizens would have little incentive to migrate.

  • Thai and Vietnamese Delegations Visit USF 

    Delegations from Thailand and Vietnam visited the USF School of Law in April to learn about international and United States legal education and share insights from their own countries.

  • Circle of Greed Author Visits USF

    Award-winning journalist Patrick Dillon spoke to students and faculty April 8 about his new book Circle of Greed: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Lawyer Who Brought Corporate America to its Knees, which he co-authored with Carl M. Cannon. The event was sponsored by the Center for Law and Ethics.

  • Haiti Teach-In

    USF drew attention to the recovery and rebuilding taking place in Haiti by holding a teach-in.

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    USF Hosts Teach-In on Haiti

    As the media spotlight fades from Haiti following a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake on January 12, the University of San Francisco drew attention to the recovery and rebuilding taking place in Haiti by holding a half-day teach-in of first-hand accounts and expert discussion.

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    Law School Participates in International ProceedingsStory

    Law School Participates in International Proceedings

    The USF School of Law participated in international human rights proceedings in March, including a consultation with the U.S. Department of State and meetings of the United Nations Human Rights Council and Commission on the Status of Women.

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    USF Among Top 100 Law Schools According to U.S. News RankingsStory

    USF Among Top 100 Law Schools According to U.S. News Rankings

    The USF School of Law ranks among the top 100 law schools in the United States, according to the 2011 U.S. News and World Report rankings of law schools released April 16.

  • Manian, Price Receive Tenure

    Maya Manian and Bruce Price have been granted tenure and promoted to full professor, Dean Jeffrey Brand announced in April.

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    Employment Law Scholar Joins FacultyStory

    Employment Law Scholar Joins Faculty

    Tristin K. Green has joined the faculty of the USF School of Law as a tenured professor.

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    USF Advocacy Teams Earn Top Placements at Jessup CompetitionStory

    USF Advocacy Teams Earn Top Placements

    USF Advanced Advocacy Competitions Program teams have earned top placements in moot court competitions this academic year.

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    Law Students Awarded California Bar Foundation ScholarshipsStory

    Law Students Awarded California Bar Foundation Scholarships

    The California Bar Foundation recently presented scholarships to USF School of Law students who demonstrated a commitment to public service.

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    Brandi and Arns Named Alumni of the Year

    Renowned trial attorneys Robert S. Arns '75 and Thomas J. Brandi '72 were named USF School of Law Alumni of the Year for 2009 during the annual Holiday Luncheon Dec. 2.

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    2009 PILF Auction Raises Record-Breaking Total

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    PILF Auction Raises Record-Breaking Total

    This year's Sixth Annual USF Public Interest Law Foundation Gala Auction and Award Ceremony raised enough money to provide 27 summer grants for public interest internships in 2010.

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