Moldovan Fulbright Scholar Enriches Legal and Cultural Education at Southwestern

Moldovan Fulbright Scholar Enriches Legal and Cultural Education at Southwestern

In August, Professor Aliona Cara-Rusnac, her husband Vlad and her daughter Caroline arrived in Los Angeles from Moldova, a small country in Eastern Europe landlocked between Romani ...

Southwestern Partners with “Giving Tuesday” to Celebrate the Spirit of the Season

Southwestern Partners with “Giving Tuesday” to Celebrate the Spirit of the Season

For the fourth year, Southwestern has joined the national movement and become a proud partner of Giving Tuesday, coinciding with the Thanksgiving Holiday and the kickoff of the hol ...

New Co-Directors Neil Ollivierra and Robert Lind Catapult Southwestern’s Biederman Institute Into New Era

New Co-Directors Neil Ollivierra and Robert Lind Catapult Southwestern’s Biederman Institute Into New Era

Robert Lind is a Southwestern icon, renowned entertainment law expert, prolific author of preeminent texts and treatises, and a mentor and champion of students and alums alike. Pri ...

Southwestern named a “Military Friendly” School

Southwestern named a “Military Friendly” School

Southwestern has been included in the 2017 Military FriendlyÂź Schools list compiled by Victory Media, originator of Military FriendlyÂź employment, entrepreneurship and education re ...

Gaspar Lopez, 2016-2017 Siderman Fellow

Gaspar Lopez, 2016-2017 Siderman Fellow

Gaspar Lopez, the 2016-2017 Jose Siderman-Fulbright Human Rights Fellow at Southwestern, became interested in human rights and constitutional studies before he completed law school ...

Negotiation Teams Take Third and Fifth Place at Competition

Negotiation Teams Take Third and Fifth Place at Competition

At the William and Mary School of Law International Law Negotiation Competition in Virginia, two teams from Southwestern placed in the top five. Vera Hovhannisyan and Rudolf Petros ...

Hon. Vaino Spencer ’52, Trailblazing Alumna, Dies at 96

Hon. Vaino Spencer ’52, Trailblazing Alumna, Dies at 96

Retired Court of Appeal Presiding Justice Vaino Spencer ‘52, who became the first African American woman appointed to the bench in California, died on October 25 at age 96. When Go ...

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