Paul Egly, the founding dean of the University of La Verne College of Law, and a longtime judge who helped desegregate public schools in Los Angeles, died on June 26. He was 97. A World War II veteran, Egly’s pursuit of the law began in France and Germany, where he helped people navigate local law and […]
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The LA Lawyers Philharmonic & Legal Voices, which include alumni from the College of Law, will perform Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” and selections from “West Side Story,” “On the Town,” “Candide,” and more in a Leonard Bernstein centennial salute.
Robert E. Weiss, a longtime University of La Verne College of Law adjunct faculty member who taught real estate law, died on May 15 in Santa Barbara. He was 89.
U.S. News and World Report Ranks University of La Verne College of Law Second in Nation for Diversity
The University of La Verne College of Law ranked second in the U.S. for diversity through U.S. News and World Report’s Law School Diversity Index.
The College of Law’s Law’s Justice & Immigration Clinic helped gain asylum this year for a Ugandan woman who fled from her country after facing persecution for her sexual orientation. It is the latest in a series of wins the clinic has achieved since it opened in 2008.
A study by the nonprofit legal education group AccessLex Institute ranked the University of La Verne College of Law No. 8 in the nation based on student performance.
Local attorneys who remember the stress of preparing for the bar exam stepped up this year to provide some food and words of wisdom to College of Law students going through the same process.
College of Law student Douglas Lusk will complete his degree in a few weeks, but he has already started a successful career as CEO of a legal technology company.