Be sure to check out the recent edition of San Diego Lawyer magazine because you will find it difficult not to spot a TJSL alumni, student, faculty or staff member!
All you have to do is open up to page 10 and you’ll see TJSL Dean Rudy Hasl’s smiling face along with his words of wisdom in the “Value of a Legal Education article.” In this article, Dean Hasl speaks frankly about the current economic climate, lawsuits filed against law schools concerning the employability of graduates after graduation, and his early years as a young attorney.
TJSL Alumna Hallie Tremaine Balkin ‘10 also writes for the magazine, and on page 20 talks about topics such as surviving law school, waiting for California bar exam results, the importance of networking and the excitement of venturing out into the ‘real world’. You’ll have to read the article to find out how Hallie eventually landed her dream job.
On page 32 you will find personal perspectives about the importance of working abroad from TJSL Professors Linda Keller and William Slomanson in “Beyond Borders.”
A photo of alumnus Judge Garry Haehnle ’81 can be found in “The Bright Stuff” article on page 39, focusing on high school students mock trial competitions.
San Diego Lawyer is the official magazine of the San Diego County Bar Association. TJSL alumnus Martin Kruming ’77 is the editor! TJSL student Elisabeth Donovan 3L is a writer and Law Student Editor editor for the magazine. Matt Pennington 2L is on the editorial staff.