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Veteran's Clinic Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Veterans Clinic Alumni Scholarship Recipients

April 29, 2016

Today, Thomas Jefferson School of Law is proud to announce the recipients of the Veterans Clinic Alumni Scholarship for Spring semester 2016.

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Kt Duong

KT Duong '01 Named VP Business Manager for Bank of Southern California

April 28, 2016

Bank of Southern California, N.A. (OTC Pink: BCAL), welcomes Kt Duong and Troy Ferguson, as Vice President, Business Relationship Managers to its seasoned team of bankers. Mr. Duong has been in...

Mark Geragos

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Hosts Lecture on Armenian Genocide

April 27, 2016

Last week, Thomas Jefferson School of Law hosted a lecture entitled, "Genocide and the Law 101 Years Later." The event was organized by the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Armenian Law Student...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Dean Thomas Guernsey’s San Diego Lawyer Column: “Service and Learning are Closely Connected"

April 21, 2016

This column appeared in page 11 of the March/April 2016 edition of The Journal of the San Diego Bar Association, San Diego Lawyer:

A primary goal of a law school,...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic Awarded Cy Pres Funds

April 15, 2016

Thomas Jefferson School of Law today announced that its Veterans Legal Assistance Clinic (TJVLAC) was awarded Cy Pres funds from the settlement in the California Credit/Debit Card Tying Cases. Cy...

Professor Kaimipono Wenger Op-Ed: “License to Discriminate" or "Gay Mafia"? Religious Liberty Bills, LGBT Rights and Anti-Discrimination Law

April 14, 2016

The following commentary by Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor Kaimipono Wenger appeared in the April 10, 2016 edition of the Jurist:

The past few weeks have seen the rise...

Jason Jackson ’14 Named New Chief Human Resources Officer for the State of Nebraska

April 13, 2016

Not everyone who goes to law school has the intention on entering the legal profession. Jason Jackson ’14 was one of them.

“I started my studies at Thomas Jefferson School of Law without any...

Lorena Slomanson’s ’03 Passion for Social Justice Leads Her to Public Interest Law

April 7, 2016

Social justice was a large part of Lorena Slomanson’s childhood, which included working on political campaigns, attending demonstrations and volunteering.

It’s no wonder that the 2003 Thomas...

Thomas Jefferson School of Law Students Compete in the Jessup International Moot Court Competition

April 5, 2016

From February 25th to February 28th, the Thomas Jefferson School of Law Moot Court Honor Society participated in the 57th annual Phillip C. Jessup...

Professor William Slomanson Op-Ed: "Stolen Valor Act Should Be Revisited.”

April 1, 2016

The following Op-Ed piece by Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor William Slomanson appeared in the March 31, 2016 edition of the San Diego Union Tribune:

Xavier Alvarez and...