University of San Diego School of Law
Advocate Fall 2017 Issue

Articles About Alumni

On Wrongful Conviction

In January 2017, Community Defenders presented a seminar titled “How to Avoid/Void Wrongful Convictions.” Speakers included the …

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Campaign Committee

Campaign for USD

In February 2016, USD announced “Leading Change: The Campaign for USD,” a $300 million comprehensive campaign focused on fundrai…

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Power to the Public

Robert Kelter, ’87 (JD), was barely out of law school when he landed his first major litigation against the Potomac Electric Power Com…

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Mark Brnovich

Keep on Knocking

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, ’91 (JD), delivered the commencement address to the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 20. Brnovic…

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Alumni Honors

Established in 1995, the Author E. Hughes Career Achievement Award is presented annually to one graduate of each of the six schools of the u…

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Distinguished Alumni

Asberry was appointed to the Riverside County Superior Court in 2007 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and became the first African-American…

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Rising Stars

Haden is currently an assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of California. He joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 2010, a…

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Pro Bono for Human Rights

Park is a senior managing associate at Dentons US LLP, where he specializes in business and commercial litigation and construction disputes.…

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Presidential Inauguration Planner

Barrack, who is chief executive of the privateequityreal estate firm Colony Capital, told the SanDiego Union Tribune, “An inauguration…

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Mohammad Al-Moqatei

Comparative Law in Kuwait

Al-Moqatei, who also holds a PhD from the University of Warwick in constitutional law, decided to pursue an LLM to continue his legal educat…

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In the Courts

Freeland had been a partner and attorney at Schor and Freeland LLP since 2007. She was a national partner at Baker and McKenzie LLP from 200…

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Julie Fellmeth

Guiding Light

The news in March that longtime CPIL Administrative Director Julianne D’Angelo Fellmeth, ’83 (JD), ’76 (BA), planned to re…

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