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California Western School of Law and the Organization of American States (OAS) recently signed an agreement, strengthening ties between the school and the multilateral political institution.

The U.S. Justice Department is scheduled to hold a news conference at 11 a.m. today to discuss the results of its external review of the San Diego Police Department.

Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s “Women and the Law Conference 2015” is scheduled for March 27. The focus this year will be women and the criminal justice system.


Brian Frasch has joined Higgs Fletcher & Mack as its newest real estate attorney and partner.


Vista Superior Court Judge Earl H. Maas III ruled in favor of Escondido Country Club property owner Michael Schlesinger on Friday, invalidating the city-approved general plan amendment in 2013 that declared the land to be open space.

Business, professional and educational groups will hold a range of programs this week.

James Aphrim Anwiya, an Iraqi Christian, was beaten about eight years ago by a group of Muslims in his home country who urged him to convert to their religion or flee.


The city of San Diego has defeated a challenge to the city’s medicinal marijuana ordinance against a lawsuit by a Los Angeles group that claimed the ordinance violates the California Environmental Quality Act.

San Diego Superior Court Justice Julia Craig-Kelety has been named the 2015 president of the San Diego Law Library board of trustees, a role she has held previously.

Christopher Celentino, a bankruptcy and transactional finance partner, has been named managing partner of Ballard Spahr’s San Diego office.

San Diego attorney Todd Stevens has been elected to a three-year term on the Board of Trustees for the State Bar of California.

The state Supreme Court appears to have given the San Diego Association of Governments a lifeline for its 2050 Regional Transportation Plan, a 40-year blueprint approved by the planning group in 2011.


The second annual Air & Space Law Symposium in San Diego will examine the military’s civil pivot and the future of space commerce.

The U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Customs and Border Protection intercepted an estimated 1,300 pounds of marijuana southwest of San Diego Tuesday morning.

Kirby Noonan Lance & Hoge has added Heather Wood as an associate attorney.

California Western School of Law and the Organization of American States recently signed an agreement strengthening ties between the school and the multilateral political institution.


Employment and labor law firm Cara & Garland APLC announced it has a new office in downtown San Diego.

University of San Diego law student Joseph Mellano is the 2015 recipient of the Alec L. Cory Scholarship.

Patrick Kearns has been promoted to partner at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP. He is a civil trial lawyer whose promotion was effective at the start of the year.

Phil Bradley is rejoining McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP as senior counsel in San Diego and Atlanta. He will work with health care, pharmaceutical and life sciences companies on corporate and compliance matters.

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