The University of La Verne College of Law’s first-time bar pass rate rose to 73% last October, a number that nearly matches the statewide average and is higher than several of the law school’s competitors.
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The University of La Verne College of Law received an endowment from University trustee Frank Lizarraga Jr., who is also an alumnus and chair of the advisory board at the College of Law, University officials announced recently.
A panel of six, put together by third-year law student Raquel Parseghian, discussed the severity of the events in Azerbaijan and the current second genocide against the Armenian people last week during a virtual presentation.
Professor of Law Emeritus Kenneth Rudolf gave his last lecture via Webex with 32 people in attendance on Tuesday. Along with his lecture, he entertained the audience by playing the organ.
Students, staff and faculty can get technical assistance, class materials, online equipment and other resources to facilitate the remote semester through the University’s Learning Commons.
I am writing in the spirit of conciliation, hoping two colleagues and professors can work together again.
The University of La Verne will transition all classes to online only effective Monday through April 12, according to a campus-wide email sent out Wednesday. This is in response to the coronavirus.
The Faculty Assembly decided to table for two months a vote of “no confidence” in the University of La Verne administration, including President Devorah Lieberman and Provost Jonathan Reed.
The Faculty Senate approved a “no confidence” resolution against the University of La Verne Administration on Monday, during a closed session that followed the regular Senate meeting.
President Devorah Lieberman tried to reassure faculty of the University’s commitment to tenure and adherence to the Faculty Handbook Wednesday, following several unsettling weeks during which faculty across the University have raised concerns about administrators’ plans for tenured faculty at the College of Law and the implications for the University.