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USF School of Law April 2008 E-Newsletter
Law Students Provide Counseling to Individuals Targeted by Recording Industry
The U.S. recording industry sends hundreds of letters each month to college students across the country accusing them of illegally downloading music from the Internet. A new undertaking by the Internet and Intellectual Property Justice Project at the USF School of Law aims to provide college students with the legal counseling they need to make an informed decision on how to respond to letters from the recording industry accusing them of music piracy.
Justice Forum Examines Jena 6 Case
A recent USF School of Law Justice Forum brought together students, faculty, and a city official to examine the case of the "Jena 6," and its implications for racial and criminal injustice.
Political Poster Art on Display in Kendrick Hall
The work of Lincoln Cushing, a well-known curator and political poster artist, is adorning the walls of the rotunda in USF School of Law's Kendrick Hall from now until May 18.
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Pride Law Honored for Service to LGBT Community
Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF) recognized USF's Pride Law student association for its contributions to the LGBT and greater USF community. Examples of Pride Law’s outreach include a "Coming Out Day" CLE event in October, work on a university-wide non-discrimination policy for faculty members, and participation in the Lavender Law career fair.
LGBT Students
The Future of U.S. Corporate Accountability and Oversight
Journal of Law and Social Challenges Symposium
This forum will explore the future of U.S. corporate responsibility and oversight in extractive, investment, and manufacturing and labor sectors, and will also consider how policy, law, and the judiciary can play a positive role. The symposium will feature a keynote address by California Supreme Court Justice Carlos Moreno.
Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Time: noon (registration), 12:30 p.m. (presentations), 5:30 p.m. (reception)
Location: Kendrick Hall, USF School of Law
2008 Reunion Weekend
Save the Date for the Alumni Reunion in October
This is your year to celebrate with your classmates if your class year ends with a "3" or an "8." An alumni reunion committee for 2008 is forming. Contact lawalumni@usfca.edu if you would like to volunteer. Watch for more information to follow online and in the mail.
Date: Friday, Oct. 7, and Saturday, Oct. 18
For more information, contact lawalumni@usfca.edu
Press Clippings
Climate Change Threatens Human Rights of Millions
Judge ‘in it for long haul’ on prison reform
San Francisco Chronicle
On the Job
Guido Saveri ’51, named the 2007 Antitrust Lawyer of the Year by the California State Bar, was recently featured in the Daily Journal in an article titled "Dean of Antitrust Shows No Signals of Slowing Down." Daniel J. Smith ’86 has been re-elected managing partner of the San Jose office of Bowman and Burke LLP. Kamili W. Dawson ’97 was named a partner in the labor and employment department of the San Francisco office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. James M. Ralph ’07 has recently joined the San Diego office of Denver-based Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP.
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Deans Corner

Dean Jeffrey Brand

From March 9 to 12, the American Bar Association conducted its seven-year visit to the law school. The accreditation team sat in on nearly every class held; met with students, faculty, alumni, and administrators; and carefully evaluated our facilities, resources, and services. In preparation for the visit, we put together an extensive self-study laying out all facets of our operations. We welcomed the ABA visit because it provided us with the opportunity to showcase the quality, mission-driven education we offer, while, at the same time, allowing us to candidly confront the challenges we face. Although we will not have the ABA’s final report for some time, I don’t think the visit could have gone better. At the conclusion of the visit, the accreditation team was extremely positive and effusive about multiple aspects of our operations. To be sure, the team also highlighted challenges—we are under no illusion that we have completely fulfilled any of our lofty aspirations! In the meantime, I could not be more proud of our community. I look forward to continued conversations with the ABA and law school community to achieve our goals.

- Dean Jeffrey Brand

Giving Back

Frances Elisabeth

Frances Elisabeth Sheridan ’59, one of the first women to graduate from USF School of Law, left a generous bequest to the school when she died in January. An accomplished student, Sheridan received her bachelor of arts from Manhattanville College in New York City, and a master’s degree in political science from Columbia University in New York City, before moving to San Francisco and attending law school.

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