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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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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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Campus, city, state and national leaders reflected on the sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin to 22.5 years in prison June 25.
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Campus, city, state and national leaders reflected on the sentencing of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin to 22.5 years in prison June 25.
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The UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced the appointment of former UC Board of Regents vice chair Cecilia Estolano to chair of the board effective Thursday.
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The UC Office of the President, or UCOP, announced the appointment of former UC Board of Regents vice chair Cecilia Estolano to chair of the board effective Thursday.
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The 2020-21 Alameda County Grand Jury issued its final report June 21, offering recommendations to three county organizations. 
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The 2020-21 Alameda County Grand Jury issued its final report June 21, offering recommendations to three county organizations. 
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UC Berkeley School of Law faculty released various research findings in light of World Refugee Day on June 20, reflecting on the current state of the refugee crisis internationally.
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UC Berkeley School of Law faculty released various research findings in light of World Refugee Day on June 20, reflecting on the current state of the refugee crisis internationally.
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Samuelson, who is a Richard M. Sherman distinguished professor of law, and Glushko recently made another endowment to Berkeley Law: a $1 million gift to create a clinical chair for the Samuelson Clinic. The Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law will be the first chair created for a campus clinical professor, Glushko added.
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Samuelson, who is a Richard M. Sherman distinguished professor of law, and Glushko recently made another endowment to Berkeley Law: a $1 million gift to create a clinical chair for the Samuelson Clinic. The Robert Glushko Clinical Professor of Practice in Technology Law will be the first chair created for a campus clinical professor, Glushko added.
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The Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, or the BCLT, recently named intellectual property and patent lawyer Wayne Stacy the new executive director.
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The Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, or the BCLT, recently named intellectual property and patent lawyer Wayne Stacy the new executive director.
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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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In light of Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd, the Berkeley community responded with sadness, anger, relief and the recognition that the fight is far from over.
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In light of Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd, the Berkeley community responded with sadness, anger, relief and the recognition that the fight is far from over.
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The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the current cash bail system Thursday — a decision that some feel could lead to numerous releases and a more just future for marginalized communities.
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The California Supreme Court unanimously ruled against the current cash bail system Thursday — a decision that some feel could lead to numerous releases and a more just future for marginalized communities.
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