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Consortium for Access to Justice and Concord Law School Collaborate to Promote Greater Legal Access

January 25, 2019
Concord Law School will provide the Consortium for Access to Justice (CA2J) with strategic, educational, and administrative support and resources to help CA2J gain awareness of its services on a national scale. CA2J's mission is to promote legal incubators, not-for-profit law firms, and other programs addressing the justice gap. Read more about the collaboration.

Concord Law School Wins American Bar Association Louis M. Brown Select Award for Legal Services

January 23, 2019
In recognition of being the first fully online law school to join an incubator program, Concord Law School was awarded the 2019 Louis M. Brown Select Award for Legal Access by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services. Read more here.

ABC News Published an Article Featuring Concord Law School’s Live Webinar

February 13, 2018
ABC News published the article “Lawyer for 'Making a Murderer' subject wants Supreme Court to review case” featuring the Facebook Live webinar with “Making a Murderer” lawyer Steven Drizin and Dean Pritikin. Click here to read the article.

Dean Martin Pritikin Published in Legal Management

February 2018
An article penned by Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin entitled, “New Legal Services Delivery Models Promote Access to Justice, Leverage Technology” is published in this month’s Legal Management (see page 31).

Article by Concord Law School Graduate Published in the San Diego Downtown News

January 8, 2018
Dolan Williams, Esq., a graduate of Concord Law School, penned an article providing four steps toward planning your path to a new, rewarding career. Read it in the San Diego Downtown News (page 6).

Dean Martin Pritikin Writes About Changes to Entering the Legal Field

December 18, 2017
Dean Pritikin's article "Tipping Sacred Cows: Barriers to Entry in the Legal Field Begin to Fall" was published in Westlaw. Click here to read the article.

Dean Martin Pritikin Wrote an Article on the Benefits of Legal Incubators for Westlaw

December 12, 2017
Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin wrote the article entitled, "Legal incubators help new lawyers, increase access to legal services" for Thomson Reuters Westlaw. Read it here.

Professor Sean Harrington's Analysis on the Equifax Breach Published in Westlaw

November 2017
Concord Law School professor Sean Harrington writes about how one of the largest cybersecurity data breaches in history might be the tipping point. Read his perspective in Thomson Reuters Westlaw.

Concord Alums Share Their Stories

October 31, 2017
Read about two Concord Law School graduates and their stories of pursing passions and personal transformation in the Chicago Tribune.

Dean Martin Pritikin Published in University Business

October 26, 2017
How can technology transform legal education and the practice of law? Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin writes about it in University Business.

Associate Dean of Faculty Shaun Jamison Quoted in Bench & Bar of Minnesota

October 1, 2017
Concord Law School associate dean of faculty and law professor Shaun Jamison talks about the importance of volunteering time as an attorney. Read about it in Bench & Bar of Minnesota.

The National Jurist Interviewed Dean Martin Pritikin About Technology in the Legal Field

September 20, 2017
Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin shares his views with Lawyer & Statesman about the importance of integrating technology as a practicing attorney. Read the story here.

Dean Martin Pritikin Writes About the Core Challenge for Legal Education and the Legal Profession

August 21, 2017
The National Jurist published Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin’s commentary article entitled, “Return on Investment: The Core Challenge for Legal Education and the Legal Profession."

Graduate Fulfills his Longtime Desire to Become a Lawyer

August 14, 2017
Don Clippinger, a Concord Law School graduate and 72-year-old member of the Altonna, PA community, fulfills his longtime desire to become a lawyer. Read his story in the Altonna Mirror.

Dean Martin Pritikin Shares his Perspective on Legal Incubators with

August 7, 2017

The Dean of Concord Law School, which recently joined the incubator operated by the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, writes about the importance of legal incubators instilling in participants legal training and the business aspects of running a law firm.

Shaun Jamison Shares the Top Five Legal Steps for Bicyclists Involved in a Crash

July 19, 2017
Calling all bicyclist enthusiasts! Concord Law School associate dean of faculty and law professor Shaun Jamison, an avid bicyclist, provides his top five legal steps to follow if you’re involved in a crash. Read them in The Recorder.

Attorney at Work Published an Article by Dean Martin Pritkin About Legal Incubators

July 10, 2017
How can legal incubators help solo practitioners? Read Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin’s article in Attorney at Work about four ways they can help recent law school graduates.

The American Bar Association (ABA) Appoints Concord Graduate

June 24, 2017
Conan Higgins JD '12 was appointed by the new President of the ABA to remain Vice Chair for the International Law Anti-Money Laundering Committee and the Middle East Committee.

Concord Law School Graduate Helps Reunite Families

June 24, 2017
Elizabeth Wood, a Concord Law School graduate, is profiled in her home-town newspaper for her work as an immigration lawyer. Read her story in the Sun Journal.

Jobs You Can Do With a Law Degree

June 2017
Earning a law degree, even if you are currently employed in an entirely different field, can prove beneficial for career advancement and may even open the door for new opportunities. Read more in the Los Angeles Times about jobs you can do with a law degree that might be surprising.

Attorney at Law Magazine Recognizes Concord Law School for Winning Best Brief at Moot Court Competition

April 21, 2017
The Concord Law School Moot Court team has a successful year. Read about it in Attorney At Law.

Concord Law School Becomes the First Online Law School to Join a Legal Incubator

April 19, 2017
The Legal Aid Society of Orange County (LASOC) taps Concord Law School to join an incubator program which will help recent graduates start practices while also expanding access to afforable legal services in California. Concord Law School is the first online law school to join a legal incubator. Read the press release.

Concord Graduate Scott Hinkle Publishes Article in

April 10, 2017
Concord Law School graduate Scott Hinkle writes about the 5 Uses for Life Insurance That Most People Haven’t Thought Of for ThinkAdvisor. Read his tips here.

Concord Team Wins the 2017 William A. Rutter Award at Moot Court Competition

April 7, 2017
Congratulations to Concord's moot court team, composed of Kari Nelson Flores, Anna Jerden, and Michael Mize, which just won the 2017 William A. Rutter Award for Best Brief at the Roger J. Traynor California Appellate Moot Court Competition. Learn more about Concord’s participation at moot court competitions.

The Pleaseanton Weekly Recognized Graham Washburn for Receiving Concord Law School Award

March 31, 2017
Graham Washburn, a Concord Law School graduate and Jack R. Goetz Award for Academic Excellence recipient, was recognized in his hometown newspaper. See it at

Professor Jared Correia's Referral Tips Featured on Attorney at Work

March 23, 2017
Looking for tips on how to stay in touch with clients to bolster referrals? Concord Law School Professor Jared Correia provides a few to Attorney at Work.

Antelope Valley Press Writes About Concord Law School Graduate Dr. Susan Lawrence and Her New Foundation

March 19, 2017
Dr. Susan Lawrence is following her dream. Dr. Lawrence recently graduated from Concord Law School with her Juris Doctorate and was awarded the Sue Lane Award at the graduation in February. This award is presented to a graduate who embodies a strong work ethic, compassion and dedication to community service. After more than 20 years working on behalf of patients with AIDS and HIV, Dr. Lawrence is now setting up a new foundation, the Center for Life Without Parole Studies. She wants to educate people and work to abolish sentences of life without parole. Her story was recent featured in the print edition of the Antelope Valley Press.

Graduate James Timm Receives Mention in Local Publication

March 17, 2017
James Timm was recognized with the Jack R. Goetz Award for Academic Excellence at the 2017 Concord Law School graduation. See the story in his hometown newspaper, the Eagle Herald Extra.

Graduate Michelle Roseway-Peart is Recognized for Receiving Legal Services Award

March 14, 2017
Michelle Roseway-Peart, a recent Concord Law School graduate, is in "good company" according to the Victoria Advocate for being awarded with the Kaplan Award for Legal Services.

Concord Graduate and Award Winner Andrew Stanley Featured in The Shelby County Reporter

March 9, 2017
Concord Law School graduate Andrew Stanley, recipient of the Executive Juris Doctorate Award for academic excellence, is featured in his hometown paper. Read about his experience here.

Dean Pritikin Writes About Online Law Schools as an Option for North Carolina Residents

March 4, 2017
Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin’s opinion piece about the Charlotte School of Law facing some serious challenges was published in the North State Journal.

Concord Law School Celebrates 100 New Graduates At 26th Commencement Ceremony

March 3, 2017
Attorney At Law magazine covered the School’s 26th Commencement Ceremony.

Concord Law School 2017 Commencement

February 24, 2017
The 2017 Concord Law School winter commencement celebrated 100 graduates at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles, CA. Several graduates were also recognized for outstanding achievement and one was sworn in. Read about it here.

Concord Law School Professor Writes About Special Education Law in This Timely Article

February 16, 2017
Concord Law School Professor Scott F. Johnson has written an article about special education law and a case before the United States Supreme Court, Endrew F. v. Douglas County Schools, Case No 15-827. Read it here.

Dean Martin Pritikin Highlights Option for Students Impacted by North Carolina Law School Crisis

January 29, 2017
According to numerous media accounts, the Charlotte School of Law is facing into some very serious challenges. Thanks to a recent change to the North Carolina Bar, impacted students now have another option to sit for the North Carolina Bar and eventually practice law in that state. Click here to read the opinion piece authored by Martin Pritikin, Concord Law School's Dean, which recently appeared in the Gaston Gazette.

Legal Aspects of Emergency Services: A New Textbook By Graduate Greg West

January, 2017
Greg West, JD, EdD, BS, Concord Law School Class of 2006, published a book through Jones and Bartlett Learning that introduces members of fire and emergency medical services to the U.S. legal system. Learn more here.

Concord Law School Graduate Karen George Meets United States President Barack Obama

January 2, 2017
Concord Law School 2015 graduate Karen George blogs about meeting United States President Barack Obama after she wrote him a letter. Read her story here.

Dean Pritikin Shares Thoughts on Affordable Legal Education

December 9, 2016
Dean Martin Pritikin wrote an article for Attorney At Law (LA Edition) entitled, “Affordable Legal Services Depend on Affordable Legal Education.” Read it here.

For-profit Concord Law School Seeks More State Bar Exam Opportunities for its Grads

November 18, 2016
Dean Pritikin discusses "Why Concord?" and how we're making high-quality legal education affordable and accessible. Read the article here.

Tips for Home Sellers

November 4, 2016
Concord Law Professor James Dodge provides advice for your to-do list in this U.S. News & World Report article.

Lawyers Must Prepare for Ransomware Cyberattacks

September 7, 2016
Concord Law School Professor Shaun Jamison writes about this topic in Bench & Bar of Minnesota. Read the article here.

Concord Professor Writes About Her View on Police Brutality Cases in the Chicago Area

August 31, 2016
Thomson Reuters’ Jury Verdict legal solutions blog asked Professor Reagan about her thoughts on Chicago police and the law. Read her response here.

Practical Insights: Preventing Plagiarism by Shaun Jamison

August 19, 2016
One of the challenges of avoiding plagiarism is that it is remarkably common on the Internet. Professor Shaun Jamison shared his top ten tips to prevent plagiarism. Click here to read the full article.

Concord Professor Shares His Thoughts on Pokémon Go and the Law

July 20, 2016
Think your law degree has nothing to do with Pokémon Go? The wildly popular game could lead to unprecedented legal cases. Professor Shaun Jamison shares to what degree Niantic Labs is liable for players' actions and how to limit their own culpability. Click here to read the article on Polygon.

Concord Professor Johnson Addresses HIPPA and Patients with Dementia

July 1, 2016
Concord Professor Scott Johnson addresses the challenges of HIPPA when working with patients with dementia in this Healthcare Risk Management Magazine article.

Brookfield Now Recognizes Concord Law School Graduate

June 28, 2016
Olga Frolova of Milwaukee graduated with her Juris Doctor degree. See her recognition here.

Concord Professor Jamison Writes on Staying Ethical While Using Social Media

June 2016
For Attorney At Law Magazine Los Angeles Professor Shaun Jamison assesses the risks of social media for your clients. Read his article here.

Martin Pritikin Announced as Dean of Concord Law School

June 2016
Attorney At Law Magazine Los Angeles recognizes Martin Pritikin’s new role with the School. See it here.

Professor Shaun Jamison Recognized With Award

June 2016
The North Star Lawyer designation awarded to Professor Jamison recognizes his pro bono legal services. Read about it here.

More Safeguards Needed With Hospital Cybersecurity Says Concord Professor Shaun Jamison

June 2016
In Health System Management, Professor Jamison talks about cybersecurity in hospitals and the need for more safeguards as reliance on technology and electronic records increases. See the article here.

Advice From Concord Professor Jamison on Malware Attacks

May 17, 2016
Professor Jamison provides counsel on how to respond if a malware attack happens. Take a look at the Law 360 article.

Concord Professor Jamison Provides Expert Point-of-View on Hospital Cyberattacks

April 2016
Hospital cyberattacks have been in the news. Professor Shaun Jamison is included in The Washington Times and FierceHealthcare stories. Click the links to read more.

Tips on Being a Successful Entrepreneur

April 8, 2016
Concord Professor Kathleen Reagan shares with BusinessNewsDaily tips for finding inspiration. Read the article here.

Understanding the Ongoing Apple vs The FBI Case

March 17, 2016
iPhoneLife’s podcast includes discussion with Concord Professor Shaun Jamison. Listen here.

Concord Law School Graduate Achieves Academic Excellence Award

March 15, 2016
The Jack R. Goetz Award for Academic Excellence was given to Concord graduate Tracy Liberatore. Read about it in her hometown paper, The Times-Tribune.

"What's Private in a World of Big Data and Emerging Internet Superpowers?"

June 8, 2013, Menlo Park, CA
Concord Supplementary Lecturer and NYU Professor Arthur Miller moderated a timely panel discussion with panelists: Joseph H. Alhadeff, Oracle Corporation; Ian Ballon, Greenberg Traurig; Johannes Ernst, Cloudstore; Thomas Feledy, San Francisco Police Department, Concord JD '11; Ann Geyer, Tunitas Group, Concord JD '09; Françoise Gilbert, IT Law Group; Matthew Miller, Walden Venture Capital; Michael Poplack, Oracle Corporation; Mark Weinstein,

Concord Hosted Panel Discussion Event Archives

October 29, 2011, Washington, DC
“Privacy vs. Free Speech in the Age of Mass Media, 21st Century Communications and Social Media”
Concord Supplementary Lecturer and NYU Professor Arthur Miller moderated a lively panel discussion with: Kevin Baine, Williams & Connolly LLP; Scott DeGarmo; Colleen Glynn, EVP & General Counsel, Olympusat, Concord JD '08; Joel Wm. Friedman, Tulane University Law School; Donald E. Graham, Chairman of Graham Holdings, former Chair and CEO, The Washington Post Co.; Al Hunt, Bloomberg News; Boisfeuillet Jones, Jr., former Vice Chairman, The Washington Post Co.; Jim Lehrer, Executive Editor and Anchor, PBS News Hour; Dahlia Lithwick, Senior Editor, Slate; Ruth Marcus, Columnist and Editorial Writer, The Washington Post.