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Hundreds Celebrate at Reunion

More than 330 people reconnected with friends and faculty at the 2011 USF School of Law Reunion Gala at the InterContinental Hotel Oct. 22. The law school welcomed alumni from classes ending in '1 and '6 and their family and friends. More » 


AYC Competition Explores Legal Issues

Alum Grad Dinner CelebratesBrian Raynor 3L has been named the 2011 Advocate of the Year. He competed against Jay Pitchford 3L in the competition finals Oct. 21. More »

Alumna Inspires Students With Career Achievements

Alum Grad Dinner CelebratesAngela Alioto BA '72, JD '83, a civil rights attorney and former president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, spoke with law students Nov. 9. More »

Students Assist Naturalization Clinic

Alum Grad Dinner CelebratesFive students traveled to Fresno Oct. 8 to participate in a naturalization clinic for Southeast Asian communities. More»

 

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Upcoming Events

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Thursday, Nov. 17 | 11:30 a.m.

Dean's Luncheon in Palo Alto

Zibibbo, 430 Kipling Street, Palo Alto

 

Friday, Dec. 2 | 11:30 a.m.

Holiday Luncheon and Alumni of the Year Award

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, 757 Market Street, San Francisco

 

Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012

McCarthy Institute Symposium on Trademark Law

10 on the Park at Time Warner Center, 60 Columbus Circle, 10th Floor North Tower, New York City

 

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Faculty Focus

Professor Peter Jan Honigsberg's Witness to Guantanamo project has been awarded a Sigrid Rausing Trust grant. E.L. Wiegand Distinguished Professor in Tax Daniel Lathrope has published Selected Federal Taxation Statues and Regulations, Selected Sections on United States International Taxation, and Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation. Professor Bruce Price authored the Southern University Law Review article "Halting, Altering, and Agreeing." Dean Jeffrey Brand moderated an event on the war on terror and the erosion of democracy at the Commonwealth Club of California. Center for Law and Global Justice Assistant Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips presented before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and at a congressional briefing in Washington, D.C. Professor Susan Freiwald facilitated a meeting between Department of Commerce General Counsel Cameron Kerry and privacy-stakeholders. Read More »

Press Clippings

"Mortgage Settlement: Many are Left Behind"
Featuring Professor Tim Iglesias
New York Times

"Spielberg, Guantanamo, and Me"
By Professor Peter Jan Honigsberg
California Lawyer

"SF Symposium Aims to Tackle Issues of Black Flight"
Featuring Professor Rhonda Magee
KQED News

"Move Over, Marlowe—Spouse Spy's on the Case"
Featuring Professor Susan Freiwald
AirTalk (KPCC, Southern California Public Radio)

"With Trial Beginning Monday, Experts Question Interrogation of Day Care Worker"
Featuring Associate Professor Richard Leo
Chicago Tribune

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Dean's Corner

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_ Jeffrey S. Brand

In this month's e-newsletter, you'll read about our annual Alumni Reunion Gala, which was an overwhelming success with hundreds of graduates, friends, and family gathered to reconnect with each other and the law school. Many of our current students were also in the room, finding inspiration from the connections they made with fellow members of the USF School of Law family. As I said that evening, students need our support now more than ever. The classes that now grace our law school are diverse, smart, and full of students who care about the world and want to do the right thing. These are also students who are facing challenges that we could never have imagined, from student debt to a depressed economy. They need our support now so that they can build the kind of fulfilling lives and careers that brought them to the law school in the first place. I am heartened by the law school's wonderful community of alumni and friends, knowing that today's students have great role models who can support them as we all navigate challenging times. Come to think of it, what a great thought as the holiday season approaches. Lots to give thanks for!

Sincerely,

Jeffrey S. Brand

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Professor Maria Ontiveros, who focuses her research on employment law with an emphasis on immigrant workers' rights, discusses what she loves about her job.

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On the Job

Vivian L. Holley '78 earned the 2011 Hall of Fame Award by the Association of Certified Family Law Specialists. Alan J. Wilhelmy '85 co-authored a chapter in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice Guide. Robert L. Rosenthal '94 has been included in The Best Lawyers in America. Miles B. Cooper '00 has joined the American Board of Trial Advocates. Ann Kariuki '11 is working with the Santa Clara District Attorney's Office in its post-bar program.

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