Two students from the University of La Verne College of Law brought home awards from the western regional Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, which was held online November 6. Miguel Caloca, JD ’21, and Herber Ramirez, JD ’20, represented the university at the competition and were coached by Dean McVay, adjunct professor and moot court competition advisor.
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The University of La Verne Celebrates Renovation of New Sara and Michael Abraham Center for Veteran Student Success with Groundbreaking Ceremony
On November 11, the University of La Verne celebrated Veterans Day with a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off the renovation of the newly renamed Sara and Michael Abraham Center for Veteran Student Success. To celebrate the start of construction safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the university hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on the central campus in La Verne and streamed it online for public viewing.
Given the continued spread of COVID-19 and our need to plan for the rest of the academic year, the university is making the prudent decision at this time to remain remote through the spring semester and term.
As a part of the University of La Verne’s strategy and planning, we have been assessing the best possible mix of programs and locations that fit with our shared vision for the future of our Regional and Online Campuses.
Cultural and Natural History Collections Inaugurates ‘Influential Voices’ Speaker Series with Le Ly Hayslip
On November 8, the Cultural and Natural History Collections at the University of La Verne will host its inaugural Influential Voices speaker series showcasing diverse, influential voices from across the world.
University of La Verne Wins Two Awards During First Appearance in Southern Regional Model United Nations Conference
The University of La Verne Model United Nations team won both Distinguished Delegation and Best Delegate Awards at the Southern Regional Model United Nations conference. A multitude of delegates attended the three-day conference, which was held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
University of La Verne Increases Annual Scholarships to $15,000 for Students from PACE Partner Schools
The University of La Verne is now offering a minimum of $15,000 in annual scholarships to eligible students from high schools and organizations that participate in the university’s Partnership for Access to College Education (PACE) program. This marks an annual increase of $5,000 from previous years.
The University of La Verne is among the best universities in the country for alumni satisfaction, according to a new research study.
Thanks to a significant gift from attorney and alumnus Frank J. Lizarraga, Jr. ’80, the University of La Verne has endowed its first dean. Lizarraga’s gift supports the dean of the College of Law, a position currently held by Kevin S. Marshall, JD, MPA, PhD. Effective immediately, Marshall assumes the title of the Frank Lizarraga Endowed Dean of the College of Law.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman Appointed Honorary Senior Advisor at Hague Institute for Global Justice
The Hague Institute for Global Justice has appointed University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman to its honorary senior advisory panel.