For the first time today, I noticed I was walking like a Jamaican. Jamaicans don’t “walk” so much as they stroll, they saunter, they meander…and it wasn’t until about halfway home that I realized I wasn’t racing to one of...

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  1. The Long Walk Home
  2. JOBS: Executive Director of UCLA's Office of Public Interest Programs
  3. 5 Questions for Emily Broad Leib
  4. Pepperdine's Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic Advocating for Prisoner Rights
  5. Sunrise in Kingston
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The Long Walk Home

For the first time today, I noticed I was walking like a Jamaican. Jamaicans don’t “walk” so much as they stroll, they saunter, they meander…and it wasn’t until about halfway home that I realized I wasn’t racing to one of...
    

JOBS: Executive Director of UCLA's Office of Public Interest Programs

Via Prof. Lisa Mead: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OFFICE OF PUBLIC INTEREST PROGRAMS UCLA SCHOOL OF LAW The UCLA School of Law is seeking a creative institution builder with sustained experience in public interest work to lead the School’s Office of Public...
    

5 Questions for Emily Broad Leib

In the spirit of thanksgiving and the abundance of food most of us partook in last week, I thought this would be a great time to continue that theme and learn about the amazing Food Law and Policy Clinic that...
    

Pepperdine's Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic Advocating for Prisoner Rights

I am very proud of our brilliant students in the Ninth Circuit Appellate Advocacy Clinic, under the direction of Prof. Jeremy Rosen. Please see this story with video of their recent oral argument in San Francisco where they represented our...
    

Sunrise in Kingston

Dear All, Exercising gratitude seems to be more akin to a skill than anything else. It is not something that comes naturally to me, though I wish I could claim the opposite. I would love to be a person who...
    

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