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Alumna Elected to Illinois Supreme CourtStory
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Supreme Court to Hold Session at USFStory
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Centennial Challenge Promotes Community ServiceStory
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Week of Events Celebrate Law School CentennialStory
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Vargas Publishes Building Better BeingsStory
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318 USF Alumni Named 2014 Super LawyersStory
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IP Externship Provides Skills Training and MentorshipStory
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USF Alumna is a National Leader on SolarStory
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Clinics Provide Interdisciplinary Services to Start-Ups and Trademark Law Experience to StudentsStory
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Antitrust Conference at USF Examines the Future of Reverse Payment LitigationStory

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    Antitrust Conference at USF Examines the Future of Reverse Payment LitigationStory

    Antitrust Conference at USF Examines the Future of Reverse Payment Litigation

    USF hosted “After Actavis: Litigating Reverse Payment Cases” on Feb. 27, bringing together top antitrust law academics, government officials, and practitioners to discuss economic theory and practical considerations in reverse payment cases, sometimes known as “pay-for-delay” agreements. 

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    Clinics Provide Interdisciplinary Services to Start-Ups and Trademark Law Experience to StudentsStory

    Clinics Provide Interdisciplinary Services to Start-Ups and Trademark Law Experience to Students

    Iris Melendez is the founder of Classhoppers, an online and mobile application that helps users find nearby fitness classes and book them at a reduced rate. While the company perfectly blends her experience as an IT professional and fitness trainer, she lacked the legal skills needed to set up her company properly.

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    IP Externship Provides Skills Training and MentorshipStory

    IP Externship Provides Skills Training and Mentorship

    For Rebecca McClain 3L, externing at Mary Shapiro Law is not only providing valuable work experience, but it has also paired her with a strong mentor who is helping shape her burgeoning career. McClain is in the midst of her second semester externing at the San Francisco intellectual property solo practice that focuses on trademark and copyright issues for technology and nonprofit clients. 

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    USF Alumna is a National Leader on SolarStory

    USF Alumna is a National Leader on Solar

    USF’s Jeanine Cotter ’93 is the CEO and co-founder of San Francisco’s largest solar installation firm and a national leader in the green economy, having taken part in a recent White House summit on alternative energy. She attributes her success to principles she learned at USF and to running a business that focuses on improving the environment and supporting the local community as much as making a profit.

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    Law Review Symposium Examines Personal and Professional Lives of LawyersStory

    Law Review Symposium Examines Personal and Professional Lives of Lawyers

    Leading lawyers and legal scholars gathered at the University of San Francisco Jan. 30 to share poignant reflections on how their personal experiences have informed their professional lives.

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    USF’s Tax Moot Court Team Wins ABA National CompetitionStory

    USF’s Tax Moot Court Team Wins ABA National Competition

    In USF’s first year fielding a team in the ABA Law Student Tax Challenge, Aaron Miki 4L and Mikkela Sweet 4L won first place in the oral portion of the national moot court competition’s JD division. 

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    MLK Day Panel Examines How to Improve Police and Community InteractionsStory

    MLK Day Panel Examines How to Improve Police and Community Interactions

    Community and government leaders came together at the USF School of Law Jan. 20 for “Beyond the Protests,” a panel discussion on how to improve police and community interactions in the wake of controversies surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner and the lack of indictments against police officers involved in those incidents. 

  • USF Joins New Incubator Training Attorneys for Solo Practices 

    USF School of Law recently joined the Bay Area Regional Incubator Project, a new collaboration of law schools and bar associations training lawyers to create practices providing affordable legal services. This month, the project received a $45,000 seed grant from the California State Bar’s California Commission on Access to Justice. 

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    Moot Court Teams Succeed in Fall CompetitionsStory

    Moot Court Teams Succeed in Fall Competitions

    Students competing on USF School of Law’s Moot Court teams earned notable achievements in state and national competitions this fall. 

  • Judges Bring Bench Experience to the Classroom

    Four active or retired judges are bringing their decades of courtroom experience to the classroom for USF law students’ benefit this spring semester. 

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