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Dean’s Letter: Winter 2013  February 13, 2013 – 04:00 pm

Scott Turow Lecture

Dean Jane Korn on stage with Centennial Kickoff speaker Scott Turow. Photo by Rajah Bose.

By Dean Jane Korn

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ur Centennial year has been wonderful so far and much is yet to come. World renowned author Scott Turow was the kickoff speaker for this year. A few weeks later, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit came to hear oral arguments at Gonzaga. Chief Judge Kozinski, Judge Christen and Judge Watford were kind enough to also attend several classes and engage with our students, in addition to hearing three cases. There was certainly a buzz in the air when they were here and we had a standing-room-only crowd in the Barbieri Courtroom.

We welcomed 132 new 1L students fall semester. Like most law schools around the country, our law school class was smaller than usual but the class is wonderful. They are smart, engaged and enthusiastic. The class is 44 percent female and members hail from 23 different states and 67 different undergraduate schools including Arizona State University, Brigham Young University, Santa Clara University, the United States Air Force Academy, the University of Delaware, the University of Alaska – Anchorage, the University of Colorado – Boulder, the University of Virginia and the University of Washington. They are also a remarkably interesting and diverse group. One of the unusual aspects of law school, unlike other graduate schools, is that the undergraduate major is virtually irrelevant and many are represented in this 1L class. Majors included finance, history, psychology, business, German, journalism, political science, English, philosophy, international studies and economics. Several have advanced degrees.

Source: Gonzaga University School of Law

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