Hon. Gary Austin points to his place in the jury box.
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Hon. Oliver Wanger (Founder), Hon. Jonathan Conklin, Hon. Stanley Boone, and Hon. Robert Oliver.
Howard K. Watkins and Professor Christine Goodrich.
Blake Zante, Communications Director for the Office of Senator Andreas Borgeas, presents Dean Pearson with a Proclamation from State Legislature.
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亚洲免费无码中文在线&free欧美高清猪马牛&青青草手机在线免费看Brande Gustafson, Suzanne Golden, Professor Larry Artenian, and Dean Jan Pearson.
Jan Pearson and Eddie Ruiz in front of the Class of 1995 “Hard Hat Party” display.
Some of the memorabilia for the class of 1978, including a cow and a typewriter.
In case you didn't know what a "Rememixer" is!
Joyce Morodomi, Jill Waller-Randles, and Lonzetta Hightower engage in a pre-party pose.
The SJCL Alumni Association took on the pouring post for wine. L to R: Hon. Ashley Allred, Rose Petrosyan, and Professor Stefanie Krause.
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亚洲免费无码中文在线&free欧美高清猪马牛&青青草手机在线免费看He reflected on that as he proudly pointed to his name on a poster in the Law School’s jury box, listing him as one of the 53 graduates from SJCL who became Bench Officers. It seemed appropriate that all the “heavy lifting” has lifted him to where he is now.
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Judge Wanger spoke to the crowd during a brief presentation, recalling the creation of the School, and how, in the early 80’s, “Quite frankly, a miracle occurred, and that was Jan Pearson,” he says. “She became a Dean after Judge Eymann, John Loomis, and I had all served as Deans. We didn’t do a very good job, quite frankly, because we all had other occupations fulltime. Jan came in, and the miracle of this Law School is almost completely attributable to her.”
Three decrees were also delivered during the short ceremony: a Proclamation from the City of Clovis, a Resolution from Fresno County, and another Resolution from the State Legislature.
Four rooms at the Law School held pictures and memorabilia from the various classes, along with tables for those former classmates to drink, munch, reminisce and reconnect. Among the memorabilia were trophies won at moot court competitions, tassels from various years, an early computer the size of a medium microwave, a card catalogue box, a plastic cow (Is that you, Josephine?), Dicta and Inter Alia issues, a Nintendo game system from the 1980s, a hard hat, and a brick.
Party-goers mingled, hugged, and laughed as they recalled the trials and tears, both happy and sad. Many were taken back by the way they looked in the sometimes decades-old photos, but the laughs were mostly directed to the hair and clothing.