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 Jemima Galan

Jemima Galan

Office: (909) 460-2007
College of Law and Public Service 243

Professor Jemima Galan graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a minor in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine. She continued on to the University of La Verne College of Law and Public Service and is now an assistant professor there, directing and coordinating the writing department. She currently teaches first-year students in the objective Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research course, where she helps them develop crucial skills for effective legal writing and practice. She also teaches the persuasive Legal Analysis and Writing course, helping students hone and advance their writing skills. Professor Galan teaches additional courses such as the Remedies course, and a Remedies Workshop elective which allows students the opportunity to learn how to draft real-practice documents such as temporary restraining orders.

Prior to joining the College of Law and Public Service, Professor Galan started a law partnership serving the local San Bernardino county area. She has practiced law in several areas, including both criminal and civil cases, as well as civil appeals. She also spent time assisting students in bar preparation for the California Bar Examination, grading in every area of the required subjects through a private bar preparation program.

Professor Galan enjoys dedicating her time at the College of Law and Public Service teaching courses, advising students and helping them refine the foundation needed towards becoming effective law students and successfully licensed attorneys in California.

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