FOUR DECADES OF DEDICATION, EDUCATION & ADVOCACY
Professor Calhoun began teaching at GGU Law in 1975 and has taught generations of GGU Law students during his decades of service. A 14 time recipient of the Outstanding Professor Award, Professor Calhoun is a beloved professor, mentor and advocate. Bob is the founder and first Executive Director of the First District Appellate Project, a program that ensures quality representation of indigent appellants in criminal, juvenile, dependency and mental health appeals in the First District Court of Appeal. Bob's tireless commitment to those in need of quality representation, as well as his dedication to his students, have made him a cornerstone of GGU Law.
Join us to celebrate Professor Bob Calhoun, a distinguished advocate, mentor and teacher.
Location: Delancey Street Foundation, 600 Embarcadero, San Francisco
Date: Thursday, March 5, 2015
Time: 6 - 8 PM Cocktail Reception
- Individual: $100
- GGU Alumni (classes of 2009 - 2014): $50
- Current GGU Students: $25
- GGU Faculty: FREE
A portion of the ticket cost and all donations directly support GGU Law's Environmental Law and Justice Clinic (ELJC) and the Women's Employment Rights Clinic (WERC).
GGU Law alumni, students, and faculty are invited to our Annual Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) Event Seminar and Networking Lunch.
Attend up to 6, hour-long sessions and complete up to 6 MCLE credits prior to the deadline. The deadline for Compliance Group #2 (H-M) is February 2, 2015. Alumni and other participants may also reunite with former classmates and professors at a networking luncheon.
Location: 536 Mission Street, 2nd Floor
Date: Saturday, January 31, 2015
Time: 8:30 am - 5:10 pm
(includes any or all sessions)
- GGU Alumni (classes of 2012 or earlier): $150
- GGU Alumni (classes of 2013 and 2014): $75
- Non-GGU Alumni: $250
- Current GGU Students: FREE
- GGU Faculty: FREE
- GGU Staff: FREE
- Beat the Clock Presenters: FREE
- Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society -- 1 hour
- Legal Ethics -- up to 5 hours
- Competence Issues (formerly Prevention, Detection and Treatment of Substance Abuse or Mental Illness) -- 1 hour