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Erwin Chemerinsky Leaving UC Irvine Law School for Berkeley

4 months ago by Matt Coker
Erwin Chemerinsky, UC Irvine's lauded, controversial and founding law school dean, is leaving to assume the same position at UC Berkeley's School of Law. His last day on the Southern California campus, which began its first law school classes in the fall of 2009, is June 30 so he can...
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Scott Turow, Lawyer-Turned-Bestselling Author, Speaks to UC Irvine Law School Students Today

3 years ago by Matt Coker
UC Irvine law school students find out this evening what they should do with their post-lawyering days--you know, when they can really make the big bucks--as lawyer-turned-bestselling novelist Scott Turow (Presumed Innocent, The Burden of Proof) shares his secrets. Unlike his adaptation fees from Hollywood, the event is free...
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Erwin Chemerinsky, UC Irvine Law School Dean, Talks Gay Marriage with Jon Gruden?

5 years ago by Matt Coker
As the U.S. Supreme Court holds a session on gay marriage for the second straight day, everyone is weighing in on the controversial issue, even those who regularly foist onto the public phony news.And at least one fake newsie has once again latched onto a local muse, Erwin Chemerinsky, the...
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UC Irvine Law School Learns About Gulf Oil Spill From Chairman of Presidential Panel

6 years ago by Matt Coker
It's a long way from the Gulf of Mexico to UC Irvine, but the institution is close enough for Harvard Professor Richard Lazarus, who delivers the inaugural lecture for UCI's Law Center for Land, Environment and Natural Resources this afternoon.Lazarus discusses his experiences leading a presidential commission investigating the 2010...
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UC Irvine School of Law Continues to Confound Critics; the Latest: Quick ABA Accreditation

3 years ago by Matt Coker
As you'll see from the links after the jump, we've written since the UC Irvine School of Law's opening in 2009 about critics who felt California did not need another law school and the world certainly did not need more lawyers. But the law school has soldiered on, becoming among...
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UC Irvine School of Law Dean: Feds Must Probe OC Jailhouse Informant Cheating

2 years ago by R. Scott Moxley
Tony Rackauckas must be frustrated at his inability to end public concern about the region's ongoing criminal-justice scandals centering on his office. Late last Friday afternoon, going into a three-day, holiday weekend, Rackauckas' Orange County district attorney's office (OCDA) dumped a so-called "audit" of his agency. The audit firm, selected...
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Jesse Jackson Returns to UC Irvine for Discussion on Charlottesville

15 days ago by Matt Coker
The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., who appeared three years ago on an ebola panel at UC Irvine, returns to campus Friday for “Charlottesville: A Defining Moment in America: A Conversation with Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr.” Part of the 2017 Chancellor’s Distinguished Speakers Series, Jackson's visit includes a “fireside-style” discussion with...
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Anthill Pub at UC Irvine to Close at End of July After 26 Years

2 months ago by Gustavo Arellano
Over the past decade, Irvine has somehow, amazingly shed its reputation as the most Stepford of Orange County's cities (you still have to pick between five shades of beige for your house paint, though). But every once in a while, the ghost of Don Bren pops up to try and...
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UC Irvine's Antsy 'Eaters

3 years ago by Charles Lam
The flags in front of the traffic circle at UC Irvine are at half-staff, fluttering weakly in a nearly imperceptible breeze before a crowd of hundreds of students. A microphone sits between the campus' two iconic flag poles, and there's an array of mismatched illumination—tea lights, LEDs and traditional candles...
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Acjachemen Experts and Jeffrey Toobin Speak at UC Irvine About the Law Today and Friday

2 years ago by Matt Coker
The UC Irvine School of Law hosts experts on American Indians in Orange County today and a CNN senior analyst and New Yorker staff writer who will likely face a sell-out crowd on Friday. (And for those playing the home version, yes, I did check to make sure these events...

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