Register to Vote!!

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Click here and you can register to vote online right now  Registration Deadline The deadline to register or re-register to vote in the upcoming November election is 11:59:59 p.m. Pacific Time on October 15th, 2016. If you submit an application after this time, your application will still be processed for future elections. What You Will… Continue reading

July 2017 CA Bar will have a different format

Published on: Author: Teresa L

The State Bar of CA made it official: https://admissions.calbar.ca.gov/Portals/4/documents/Examinations/NoticeTwoDay0815_R.pdf Effective July 2017: The California Bar Exam is a two-day test with three components: One morning session during which three one-hour essay questions will be administered One afternoon session during which two one-hour essay questions and one 90-minute Performance Test will be administered. The Georgia State… Continue reading

Sixth Floor is Back Open

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Construction on the the Sixth Floor of the 200 McAllister St. building has been completed. The Sixth Floor is now available as a quiet space for Bar Study. There are six individual study rooms and several open tables for student use.

Westlaw – Lexis – Bloomberg – Summer Access 2016

Published on: Author: Teresa L

WESTLAW Continuing Students: In order to have full summer access to Westlaw, continuing students will need to extend their passwords. Look for the registration banner once you log in to Westlaw. Summer password extension is available only if a student has a permissible academic use for the password this summer such as: School-related work or for… Continue reading

What’s the California Supreme Court thinking? One justice gives us a clue

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Full story from the  Los Angeles Times During the last several months, CA Supreme Court Justice Goodwin Liu, a former law professor, has written two lengthy dissents from the majority’s refusal to hear cases. The first, in October, protested the court’s vote against hearing a case in which a 10-year-old was deemed capable of waiving his… Continue reading