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May 14, 1994 | DWAYNE BRAY
Ventura County Superior Court Judge Melinda A. Johnson will serve as the keynote speaker when 36 graduates of the Ventura College of Law class of 1994 receive their degrees at 1:30 p.m. today. About 325 family members are also expected to attend the event at the Poinsettia Pavilion on Foothill Road in Ventura. Johnson is the first woman presiding judge of the Superior Court bench in the county. The graduates and their hometowns: Agoura Hills: Victor Stephen Anderson.
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August 25, 1994 | JULIE FIELDS
A Ventura-based law school founded seven years ago has won preliminary accreditation from the California State Bar, a first step toward making it the second fully approved law school in the county. The Southern California Institute of Law received preliminary accreditation for its Ventura campus after a committee of attorneys from the State Bar visited the campus, attended class and inspected the curriculum.
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May 1, 2000 | TONY LYSTRA
Thirty-one men and women will be awarded law degrees from Ventura College of Law on May 13 during a ceremony at the Wedgewood Banquet Center in Ventura. The keynote speech will be delivered by George Eskin, who worked in the Ventura County district attorney's office before entering private practice as a criminal defense lawyer. He is now retired. Speakers include valedictorian Edith L. Wilcoxon and attorney John Sweeney, voted professor of the year by the graduating class.
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October 6, 1993 | MACK REED
A Ventura civil lawyer has been elevated to the post of Ventura County Municipal Court commissioner at the Simi Valley Courthouse to oversee traffic and small claims cases from eastern Ventura County. A panel of the county's judges sifted through 127 applicants, including other commissioners and prominent Ventura County attorneys, before choosing attorney David W. Long, 52. He will replace departing Commissioner John V. Paventi, whose retirement takes effect Nov. 1.
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October 25, 1998
Ventura County voters on Nov. 3 will decide runoff elections for a Superior Court judgeship and for county assessor. Here are The Times' endorsements: Superior Court Judge Two outstanding candidates stand ready to take over the gavel of suspended Judge Robert Bradley. Both Chief Assistant Dist. Atty. Kevin McGee and Deputy Public Defender Gary Windom possess the skill, experience and personal integrity to make a fine judge.
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April 6, 1991 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Benjamin Bycel, the newly appointed executive officer of the city's nascent Ethics Commission, said Friday that he "won't conduct any witch hunts" while enforcing a tough new set of regulations governing the conduct of city officials. "I feel like the commissioner of baseball," he said. "My goal isn't to destroy or disrupt. It's to make sure that the game is played by the rules."
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April 6, 1991 | ERIC MALNIC
The dean of the Ventura College of Law, who was chosen this week to become the first ethics officer for Los Angeles city government, said Friday that he "won't conduct any witch hunts" while enforcing a tough new set of regulations governing the conduct of city officials. "I feel like the commissioner of baseball," said Benjamin Bycel, who will start his new job Monday. "My goal isn't to destroy or disrupt. It's to make sure that the game is played by the rules."
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May 2, 1997 | RICHARD WARCHOL
Thirty local students at Ventura College of Law are scheduled to receive the degree of juris doctor during graduation ceremonies Saturday. About 400 family members, guests and faculty members are expected to be on hand for the ceremonies at 1:30 p.m. at Poinsettia Pavilion on Foothill Road in Ventura. Ventura County Superior Court Judge Steve Z. Perren will be the keynote speaker. County residents among the 38 people in the Class of 1997 are Janis Ferrin Allen, Eugene C. Kinsey Jr. and Robert R.
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