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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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Berkeley Law’s Human Rights Center, or HRC, announced Wednesday that international human rights attorney Betsy Popken will be joining the leadership team as the new Co-Executive Director alongside current Executive Director, Alexa Koenig.
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard concerns about the use of a surveillance drone and the dismissal of civilians’ complaints at its regular meeting on Tuesday.
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Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard concerns about the use of a surveillance drone and the dismissal of civilians’ complaints at its regular meeting on Tuesday.
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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A doctor and former UCLA employee filed a class action lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Oct. 5 over his termination for refusing to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. 
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UC Berkeley law professor Khiara Bridges testified during a Senate hearing Tuesday concerning the legal consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade.
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UC Berkeley law professor Khiara Bridges testified during a Senate hearing Tuesday concerning the legal consequences of overturning Roe v. Wade.
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Concerns for the future of women’s reproductive rights have risen after Politico leaked a Supreme Court opinion draft that could likely overturn Roe v. Wade.
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Concerns for the future of women’s reproductive rights have risen after Politico leaked a Supreme Court opinion draft that could likely overturn Roe v. Wade.
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More than 500 people attended Berkeley Law’s panel discussing how the United Nations and United States can support Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
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More than 500 people attended Berkeley Law’s panel discussing how the United Nations and United States can support Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia.
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Dean Chemerinsky and professor Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.
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Dean Chemerinsky and professor Meyler will decide whether the Romeo and Juliet friar is guilty of criminal charges at the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley.
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Texas’ law allows private citizens to sue anyone involved in obtaining an abortion after the six-week window before fetal cardiac activity begins.
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Texas’ law allows private citizens to sue anyone involved in obtaining an abortion after the six-week window before fetal cardiac activity begins.
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As terror in Afghanistan continues to sweep the streets and more Afghans seek refuge, UC Berkeley School of Law has established a pro bono legal support system aimed to help the rising humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
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As terror in Afghanistan continues to sweep the streets and more Afghans seek refuge, UC Berkeley School of Law has established a pro bono legal support system aimed to help the rising humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan.
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Two UC Berkeley graduate students, Alicia Arrington and Aaron Maruzzo, were named as 2021 Switzer fellows as part of the Switzer Environmental Fellowship.
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Two UC Berkeley graduate students, Alicia Arrington and Aaron Maruzzo, were named as 2021 Switzer fellows as part of the Switzer Environmental Fellowship.
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