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This past summer, Prof. Harris joined the Law faculty.
Law Professor Heidi Ho JD ’97, who was born and raised on Maui, is heading home to provide residents with free legal help after this month’s wildfires destroyed their community.
Eight USF graduate students from different programs traveled to Cambodia for two weeks this summer to learn how climate change affects the economy and culture of Cambodia.
This summer, Professor Duane Rudolph joined the USF Law faculty, teaching Remedies and Torts.
After 33 years as a member of the USF Law faculty, de la Vega retired this summer.
On May 20, the USF Law community came together to celebrate the graduation of the Class of 2023.
Chair Emeritus of the board and alumnus Stephen Hamill ’78 and wife Janice have pledged one million dollars to the University of San Francisco School of Law.
Mohammed Amin Mamnoon, a USF School of Law visiting scholar from Afghanistan, spoke to 25 students, faculty, and staff members March 28 and described the downfall of democracy in Afghanistan in August 2021.
Leon Benson spent more than half his life — 25 years — in an Indiana state prison. Eleven years in solitary confinement.
The road to graduating law school for Katiuska Pimentel JD ’23 has been filled with financial hardships and family losses, and that has fueled her commitment to use her USF law degree to support others.