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Leading Legal Minds: James Vega

Alumnus and Ojai City Manager James Vega credits law school with opening doors he never thought possible. He wanted to become an English teacher. Instead, The Colleges of Law alumnus
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Leading Legal Minds: Jimmy Paulding

Arroyo Grande Councilmember Jimmy Paulding uses his legal education to help give back to his community. 
Free Movie Screening: Councilwoman
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Free Movie Screening: Councilwoman

Join us Saturday, Feb. 22, for a free screening of an award-winning documentary about the power of perseverance.
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Straight from the horses’ mouths—it’s not therapy

Not only does conversion therapy fail to change an individual’s sexual orientation, research shows that harm is the most likely result.
Turning a childhood dream into reality
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Turning a childhood dream into reality

From a young age, student Melissa Riley knew she wanted a career in law. With the Hybrid J.D. program, she doesn’t have to delay this dream because of other responsibilities.
Students Speak: The California Coast: Is it worth protecting?
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Students Speak: The California Coast: Is it worth protecting?

To celebrate our first 50 years at The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law, we’ve asked our students to revisit historical and noteworthy cases.
Students Speak: Intergenerational environmental responsibility
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Students Speak: Intergenerational environmental responsibility

To celebrate our first 50 years at The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law, we’ve asked our students to revisit historical and noteworthy cases.
Students Speak: All minors have the right to counsel
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Students Speak: All minors have the right to counsel

To celebrate our first 50 years at The Santa Barbara & Ventura Colleges of Law, we’ve asked our students to revisit historical and noteworthy cases.
Misdiagnosis: How Did We Get Here?
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Misdiagnosis: How Did We Get Here?

Conversion therapy attempts to change a person’s sexual orientation with no success, only harm, guaranteed.
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