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Alumnae judges to swear in new attorneys
Monday, Nov 27, 2006
Two alumnae judges will swear in recent USC Law graduates to the state and federal courts in the 2006 Bar Admission Ceremony Monday, Dec. 4, at 4 p.m. in Bovard Auditorium on the USC University Park Campus.
|Judge Emilie H. Elias '70|
Friends and family of the prospective attorneys are invited to attend. At the conclusion of the ceremony, USC Law will process the new attorneys’ paperwork for admission to each bar. This will take place at Town & Gown – next to the law school – where graduates and guests are invited to a reception. Light refreshments will be served.
Judge Elias has been a bench officer on the L.A. Superior Court for more than 17 years and in 2000 was appointed as a judge by Gov. Gray Davis. Since 2005, she has been assigned to the Complex Civil Panel. Judge Elias received her J.D. in 1970 from USC Law, where she served as an associate editor of the Southern California Law Review. She has taught at Loyola Law School, the California Judicial College and New Judge Orientation, and serves as a regular faculty member at the Continuing Judicial Studies Program, where she teaches civil law.
|Judge Jacqueline Chooljian '86|
To attend the ceremony, please RSVP by Dec. 1 to USC Law Development & Graduate Relations via e-mail or at (213) 740-6143.
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