UC Davis School of Law alumni from eight classes returned to King
Hall on October 16 for one of the most well-attended and successful
reunions in the Law School's history. More than 250 alumni and family
members came together to mingle and reminisce, enjoy lunch, tour the
King Hall building's new east wing, and listen to addresses from Dean
Kevin R. Johnson, Alumni Board President John Schick '72, and
representatives from each class.
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Personalized medicine—the use of new technologies to tailor
treatment to the unique genetic and molecular characteristics of
individual patients—is revolutionizing health care. The 2010 Fenwick
& West TESLaw symposium will bring industry professionals and legal
experts to King Hall to discuss personalized medicine and its
implications for the health care industry, consumers, and the law.
Come visit the new Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom and hear
experts including keynote speaker Kathryn Lowell, California Deputy
Secretary for Life Sciences and Health Systems, on November 5!
With tuition now more than $41,000 per year, today’s UC Davis School
of Law students face financial challenges well beyond those of
previous generations. Your gift to the King Hall Annual Fund supports
the student scholarships that help keep the dream of a King Hall
education alive for deserving students like Xochitl Lopez ’12.
UC Davis School of Law is establishing a new California
Environmental Law and Policy Center and has named Richard M.
Frank, a 1974 graduate of King Hall and a leading environmental law
scholar, as director. Formerly the executive director of the Center for
Law, Energy, & the Environment (CLEE) at UC Berkeley School of
Law, Frank will lead the new center and teach classroom courses in
the environmental law curriculum.