Justice Wiley Manuel Scholarly Publications Dedication Ceremony
UC Law San Francisco (formerly known as UC Hastings) will be formally dedicating the Wiley W. Manuel Center for Scholarly Publications on Thursday, February 29 at 3:30 p.m. We invite you to the ceremony to hear remarks from California Supreme Court Justice Kelli Evans, United States Eastern District of California Judge Troy Nunley ‘90, UC Law SF Board of Directors Member Andrew Houston ’07, UC Law SF Chancellor & Dean David Faigman, UC Law SF Black Alumni Council Co-President Regina Evans ‘92, and California Association of Black Lawyers Board Member Ryan Harrison, Sr. ’14.
The Center, home to the school’s nine scholarly law journals, is located at the recently opened Academe at 198. This state-of-the-art facility named after Justice Wiley W. Manuel ’53 (dec.) recognizes a stellar legal career culminating in his appointment as the first African American associate justice of the Supreme Court of the State of California.
While at UC Law, Justice Manuel excelled receiving his degree with Order of the Coif honors and where he also served as Editor-in-Chief of the Hastings Law Journal.
The Justice Wiley W. Manuel Center for Scholarly Publications houses:
- UC Law Business Journal
- UC Law SF Communications and Entertainment Journal
- UC Law Constitutional Quarterly
- UC Law Environmental Journal
- UC Law SF Journal on Gender and Justice
- UC Law SF International Review
- UC Law Journal
- UC Law Journal of Race and Economic Justice
- UC Law Science and Technology Journal
Please RSVP online. We look forward to seeing you!