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Upcoming CWSL and SDCBA events

By Kevin Serrano, Business Law Society Co-President & Rebecca Gold, SBA San Diego County Bar Association Representative

Business Law Conference (Jan. 25, 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m., FREE): The Business Law Society presents the 85th Anniversary Securities Act of 1933 Business Law Conference on Thursday, Jan. 25. This on-campus event, free for all CWSL students, will feature panels on “Capital Formation in a Shrinking Market” and “Securities Fraud and Enforcement.” Panelists include former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) commissioner Troy A. Paredes and former SEC Chief Counsel Marty P. Dunn.

Date: 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Jan. 25. Location: California Western School of Law. Register online here. For more information, contact Marilyn Jordan at mjordan@cwsl.edu.

CWSL students are also encouraged to attend three upcoming events advertised by the San Diego County Bar Association (SDCBA). All of these events and more are FREE for law student SDCBA members, and membership is free for CWSL students: join the SDCBA today here. Continue reading “Upcoming CWSL and SDCBA events”

Looking forward to after finals: San Diego’s natural and historic landmarks

By James Gosnell

Want fun adventures to look forward to after finals? Here are eight natural and historic landmarks in San Diego to check out during the holiday break.

La Jolla Cove [La Jolla Cove photo above: photo credit Tomas Del Coro via Creative Commons, image cropped to fit design specs.] 

San Diego is well known for its beaches, but La Jolla Cove is a picturesque example of the underwater bathometry of San Diego. Because of its unique underwater beauty, the cove is a common place for swimmers, snorkelers, and scuba divers. Frequently, the visibility of the ocean is greater than 30 feet in the cove. It is part of the greater La Jolla Underwater Park Ecological Reserve, which ensures marine life safety and regulates recreational fish and wildlife activity in the cove. You will frequently find harbor seals basking in the sun on the small sandy beach. A little known fact is that the cove is one of nine permanent lifeguard stations in San Diego. Continue reading “Looking forward to after finals: San Diego’s natural and historic landmarks”