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UCD kicks off new year with convocation

September 20, 2016 | NewsLinks
As an attorney, then judge and now chief justice of the California Supreme Court, Cantil-Sakauye said she “chose a career in conflict,” even though when she arrived at UCD, she said, she often just stared at her shoes.

An Expensive Law Degree, and No Place to Use It

June 17, 2016 | NewsLinks
By most measures, John Acosta is a law school success story. He graduated from Valparaiso University Law School — a well-established regional school here in northwestern Indiana — in the top third of his class this past December, a semester ahead of schedule. He passed the bar exam on his first try in February.

Editorial: Teacher tenure reforms still in play

June 06, 2016 | NewsLinks
A couple of big decisions are coming up for California students in the state’s worst-performing schools. First, the California Supreme Court will decide in the coming weeks whether to hear an appeal in Vergara v. California.
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Education funding lawsuit likely headed to state high court

April 22, 2016 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) A divided state appellate court declined to revive two lawsuits alleging that state officials violated the California Constitution by failing to adequately fund K-12 public schools, setting the cases up for review from the state Supreme Court.
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