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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Recently appointed dean Erwin Chemerinsky isn’t interested in rehabilitating the UC Berkeley School of Law — because he believes it doesn’t need rehabilitating.
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Recently appointed dean Erwin Chemerinsky isn’t interested in rehabilitating the UC Berkeley School of Law — because he believes it doesn’t need rehabilitating.
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The former dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law recently co-founded The Opportunity Institute — a Berkeley-based nonprofit organization devoted to advancing social mobility and education equity.
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The former dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law recently co-founded The Opportunity Institute — a Berkeley-based nonprofit organization devoted to advancing social mobility and education equity.
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On Wednesday, the ASUC Senate unanimously voiced its support of Students for Change, an organization that is rallying for Obama to speak at the ceremony.
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On Wednesday, the ASUC Senate unanimously voiced its support of Students for Change, an organization that is rallying for Obama to speak at the ceremony.
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Christopher Edley, Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law, will resign from his position on Dec. 31, the campus announced Monday.
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Christopher Edley, Dean of the UC Berkeley School of Law, will resign from his position on Dec. 31, the campus announced Monday.
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A group of about ten activists protested on campus on Monday in solidarity with the 100 prisoners who are on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
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A group of about ten activists protested on campus on Monday in solidarity with the 100 prisoners who are on hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
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Two UC Berkeley law students arrested on suspicion of decapitating an exotic bird at a Las Vegas hotel Friday are no longer in custody after posting bail.
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Two UC Berkeley law students arrested on suspicion of decapitating an exotic bird at a Las Vegas hotel Friday are no longer in custody after posting bail.
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Ten months after campus police on UC campuses made national news for using batons and pepper spray on student protesters last November, the UC Office of the President released the final version of a report commissioned by the University to review existing police and protest management policies Thursday.
Ten months after campus police on UC campuses made national news for using batons and pepper spray on student protesters last November, the UC Office of the President released the final version of a report commissioned by the University to review existing police and protest management policies Thursday.
A bill passed by the state Legislature will request California’s public universities to designate a high-level administrator to act as a liaison between campus security and administrators and student demonstrators during large protests.
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A bill passed by the state Legislature will request California’s public universities to designate a high-level administrator to act as a liaison between campus security and administrators and student demonstrators during large protests.
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A former UC Davis Police officer should not have been fired for using pepper spray against seated students during a protest at UC Davis in November 2011, the UC Davis Police Association contends.
A former UC Davis Police officer should not have been fired for using pepper spray against seated students during a protest at UC Davis in November 2011, the UC Davis Police Association contends.
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