The Real Scoop on Genetically Engineered Foods (05/04/2018) Luxembourg Peace Prize winner Steven Druker ’72 has spent more than two decades digging for the truth. A Paramount Task in Hollywood (05/04/2018) With movie theater attendance declining, Araceli Cole ’90 helps Paramount Pictures navigate a fast-changing media landscape. Chasing His American Dream (05/04/2018) After serving as senior advisor to former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Richard Dowdy ’17 embraces the LL.M. experience. Alumni Reunion Weekend Promises Festive Celebration (05/04/2018) Grads will reconnect, meet Dean Chemerinsky, and engage with leading legal minds October 5-6. Preserving Berkeley Law’s Pioneering Spirit (05/04/2018) Two generous gifts honor a longtime school icon and reaffirm the school’s mission of innovation. 2017 Reunion Class Giving Results (05/04/2018) An inspiring effort by alumni in classes ending in ‘2’ and ‘7’ raised more than $1.8 million for the school. A New Alumni Association for a New Era (05/04/2018) Committees will focus on admitted student outreach, mentorship, fundraising, and communications. From the Dean (05/03/2018) Erwin Chemerinsky has lots of good news to report from a busy first school year at Berkeley Law. Professor Delivers a Telling State-by-State Report about Renewables in America (05/03/2018) New Institute Helps Train Students for the Evolving Role of In-house Counsel (05/03/2018) Major Gift Creates the New Berkeley Center for Consumer Law & Economic Justice (05/03/2018) A major gift from renowned litigator Elizabeth Cabraser ’78 creates the new Berkeley Center for Consumer Law and Economic Justice. International Intrigue (05/03/2018) The Force is with Him (05/03/2018) Judicial House Call (05/03/2018) Teacher of the Year (05/03/2018) New Heights in Diversity (05/03/2018) No Disputing This Patent Innovation (05/03/2018) With two leading patent litigators as their guides, Berkeley Law students are gaining a front-row view into how patents are challenged after they have been granted. Invading the Hague (05/03/2018) Raising the Bar (05/03/2018) Iconic Judge Returns (05/03/2018) Back at Berkeley Law as a distinguished visitor, Judge Thelton Henderson ’62 offers students wisdom, insights, and career advice. Students Honor Memory of Classmate’s Infant Son (05/02/2018) Donations from the classmates of Mustafa Farooq ’16 lead to a well that bears his late son’s name. Public Praise for Privacy Insights (05/02/2018) Chetan Gupta ’17 wins the inaugural student category of the Privacy Papers for Policymakers awards. Family Ties (04/30/2018) Jean-Luc Fournier ’18 and Marc Fournier ’18 are the first parent-child tandem enrolled simultaneously in Berkeley Law’s LL.M. Program. From Political Prisoner to International Inspiration (04/30/2018) Wai Wai Nu ’18 emerges as a powerful voice for human rights in her native Burma. A Fresh Perspective (04/27/2018) Djenab Conde ’19 breaks new ground as the first African-American woman elected editor-in-chief of the California Law Review. How Race Matters (04/27/2018) From hairstyle policies to lending practices to mass incarceration, faculty members confront a wide swath of racial justice issues. Immigration Uncertainty (04/27/2018) Amid growing fear and confusion within the area’s immigrant communities, students provide legal guidance and support.