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Distinguished Adjunct Professor, Elissa Buie, has been named one of Financial Times' inaugural FT Top 100 Women Financial Advisers for 2014.
Obamacare Dominoes: If Federal Subsidies Fall at the Supreme Court, so Do the Individual and Employer Mandates--Game Over!
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, speaks on the possibility of Federal insurance subsidies being eliminated and the effect that will have on Obamacare users.
Professor Emerita, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the significance of focusing on consumer viewpoints to effectively market products.
Laura Cisneros explores how the court assigns value to labor in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc.
Professor Marc Greenberg is interviewed by Channel 7 News (KGO) about local and global police efforts to shut down hundreds of Darknet (See also: Deep Web) websites that traffic illegal drugs, arms, and services. Last year, another local Bay Area resident was arrested for running Silk Road, which primarily trafficked drugs and counterfeit documents.
Golden Gate University School of Law (GGU Law)took first place in The San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association's (SFTLA) annual Mock Trial competition, earning the title, "Best of the Bay," for the third consecutive year and fourth first place win in five years. This year, GGU Law beat Santa Clara University, Stanford University and University of California, Hastings in the intense, day-long competition.
Dean Emerita, Mary Canning, gives tips for getting the most from home deductions.
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, offers his expert opinion to advise those looking to make a profit in the current market.
Elissa Buie, Distinguished Adjunct Professor, is acknowledged for her contributions to the financial industry.
Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the effect gas prices has on consumer spending habits.
John Keker and Will Gunn spoke at GGU Law's Second Annual Veterans Law Conference on issues affecting veterans’ health, education and employment. The conference also featured a panel led by Colonel John Haramalis who moderated Doctor Robert Owen (UCSF), Keith Armstrong, Keith Boylan, and Mary Wright on major issues affecting our communities veterans
Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, speaks on the link between psychology and business success.
Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, joins the conversation regarding acceptable engagement ring purchasing practices.
Professor Emeritus, Kit Yarrow, shares her professional opinion on the link between psychology and business.
Terry Connelly, Dean Emeritus, offers his expert opinion on the topic of Yahoo's recent financial performance.
Professor Michal Strahilevitz offers her expert opinion on the meaning of the pink ribbon.
Viewpoint: Want to Learn to Think Like a Lawyer? It's 'Elementary'! Read more: http://www.therecorder.com/id=1202673529434/Viewpoint-Want-to-Learn-to-Think-Like-a-Lawyer-Its-Elementary#ixzz3J6d0ifZw
Dean Rachel Van Cleave writes an article in The Recorder about the essentials of mindfulness and other habits that are key to truly "thinking like a lawyer." In a profession that constantly espouses this concept, but fails to define it, Dean Van Cleave provides a clear foundation for the term and how one can successfully, and sustainably "think like a lawyer
Terry Connelly calls CNBC on the carpet on their gloomy predictions.
A "Hung" Senate with No Majority on November 4? Could Senate Independents Take Charge, Break Gridlock?
Dean Emeritus, Terry Connelly, speaks on senators, their importance, and the consequences of a "hung senate"
he 7 Questions With… interview series will give you an inside glimpse into the lives of various individuals Judi Cohen involved in the legal profession, but in very different ways. Today we’re exited to welcome Judi Cohen, who practiced and taught law for 25 years before founding Warrior One LLC, which offers Essential Mindfulness for Lawyers® trainings and mindfulness-based executive coaching.
Distinguished Adjunct Professor Dave Yeske provides the steps one should take when searching for their ideal financial planner.
Law Dean, Rachel Van Cleave, discusses California's new consent law.
Dean Rachel Van Cleave weighs in on California's new "Yes Means Yes" and its implications for university processes for sexual assault suspects.
California adopted legislation late last week protecting prison inmates from forced sterilization following disturbing reports that female prisoners had been sterilized without their consent. The bill, signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on Thursday, makes it illegal to sterilize inmates for birth control purposes in state correctional facilities. The procedure continues to be allowed in life-threatening medical emergencies, or to treat a previously diagnosed condition.