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Monterey College of Law Graduate Selected for U.S. Congressional Fellowship

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Monterey College of Law 2012 graduate Christopher Reed has been selected for a 2013 United States Congressional Fellowship. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – USA Congressional Fellowship is a highly competitive program in which three graduate professionals are selected from a national competition to spend a year in Washington serving as advisers to the U.S. Congress and to key U.S….

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Monterey College of Law Early Graduates Exceed State-wide Bar Pass Rate

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  A tenacious group of early graduates from Monterey College of Law’s Class of 2012 achieved a 60% pass rate on the 2012 February California Bar Exam, exceeding the 42% state-wide bar pass rate for all first-time takers. Members of the Class of 2012 who passed the February bar exam are Vanessa Cardinale, Brian Mathias, and Laura Franklin. The majority…

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Monterey College of Law Achieves 80% First-time Pass Rate on California Bar Exam

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Seaside, CA (PRWEB) November 24, 2011 Monterey College of Law is pleased to announce that five of its graduates will join the ranks of new California lawyers as a result of passing the July 2011 California Bar Exam. Phillip Crawford,Thor Larson, Steve Mudd, Ryan O’Connell, and Elizabeth Xyr will be sworn in as new lawyers at a ceremony at the…

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SBA October Minutes

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SBA Meeting – October 18, 2011, 5:35pm; MCL Conference Room Officers Present Derric Oliver, President Melissa Rosa, VP/Treasurer Sonya Jifkins, Secretary Representatives Present Brandie Luis, class rep 2014 Ramon Campos, class rep 2013 Sung Rho, class rep 2013 Frank R. Raniolo, class rep 2015 Erik Frey, class rep 2015 Vanessa Cardinale, class rep 2012 Chris Kelly, Rep to the MCL…

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Clinic Overview

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Monterey College of Law’s Clinical Studies Program arranges internships for students, enabling them to work with courts, public law firms, or private law firms.  Each intern is supervised by a judge or an attorney, and performs a minimum of 60 hours of work for each credit unit.  Qualifying work includes participation in court proceedings, legal research, or drafting legal documents….

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Heisler 2013

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WELCOME TO THE INFORMATION PAGE FOR THE HEISLER MOOT COURT   Stealing the Truth – Heisler Moot Court and Advanced Constitutional Law For the past 27 years, Monterey College of Law has presented an advanced Constitutional law class as part of the Heisler Moot Court.  The class focuses on appellate court oral advocacy.  This year’s class is called “Stealing the…

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