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Erwin Chemerinsky, the Most Influential First Amendment Scholar in the United States, Submits Amicus Brief in Support of Harrison Barnes

Erwin Chemerinsky, the Most Influential First Amendment Scholar in the United States, Submits Amicus Brief in Support of Harrison Barnes   Malibu, CA – Harrison Barnes, the founder and principal of Harrison Barnes PLC, is currently involved in a case in front of the Supreme Court of Texas, where the most influential First Amendment scholar in the United States, Erwin…>read more

No Comment February 13, 2014

Jobs for Everyone at UC Irvine Law School

Jobs for Everyone at UC Irvine Law School Things just keep getting better for the inaugural class at the U.C. Irvine School of Law. If attending law school tuition-free wasn’t enough, it looks like all 60 member of the school’s first class have earned summer jobs. The Recorder…>read more

No Comment March 25, 2010

UC Irvine School of Law Announces Scholarships for Class of 2013

UC Irvine School of Law Announces Scholarships for Class of 2013 UC Irvine, School of Law announced on Monday that next year’s incoming class will, for all three years, receive a scholarship worth fifty percent of their tuition. Funded by private donations, these scholarships will be given to students arriving in…>read more

No Comment December 22, 2009

UC Law School Profs Hit By Pay Cut

UC Law School Profs Hit By Pay Cut The University of California has announced a furloughs scheme beginning in September, affecting faculty at law schools, amongst others. The system is effectively slashing salaries by 4% to 10%. The plan requires faculty and staff to take up to 26…>read more

No Comment July 27, 2009

UC Irvine Law Hires Seven New Faculty Members

UC Irvine Law Hires Seven New Faculty Members The new UC Irvine School of Law, which opens this fall, has hired seven new faculty members, bringing its total number of tenure-track professors to 22. Mario Barnes joins from the University of Miami School of Law. He teaches criminal…>read more

No Comment June 20, 2009

Governator May Eliminate State Funding for Hastings Law School

Governator May Eliminate State Funding for Hastings Law School California’s Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has proposed cutting almost all state funding for the Hastings College of the Law, California’s oldest law school. The proposed $10.3 million cut would eliminate one-quarter of the school’s academic budget. The school says it…>read more

3 Comments June 1, 2009

UC Irvine Law Gets $2 Million for Environmental Law Clinic

UC Irvine Law Gets $2 Million for Environmental Law Clinic The University of California, Irvine School of Law has received a $2 million grant to start an Environmental Law Clinic, the first of several legal clinics envisioned for the new law school. An anonymous foundation provided $2 million to create…>read more

No Comment May 27, 2009

UC Law Students Benefit from DC Interships

UC Law Students Benefit from DC Interships Two top California law schools have created a DC internship program to expose law students to the intricacies of law- and policy-making. The for-credit UCDC Law Program brings students to the nation’s capital from the University of California Berkeley School…>read more

No Comment March 9, 2009