Attorneys Samuel Daw and Karin Stoeckenius will be featured speakers at the Empire College School of Law informational seminar on Monday, August 22, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Empire College campus.
Attorneys Jessalee Mills and Daryl Reese will be featured speakers at the Empire College School of Law informational seminar on Monday, April 25, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Empire College campus.
For the seventh consecutive year, Empire College accounting students and faculty will be assisting United Way of the Wine Country in delivering free income tax services to low-to-moderate income residents through the Earn it! Keep It! Save It! (EKS)/Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. In order to participate in this unique, hands-on learning opportunity, each student has become IRS certified in advanced tax preparation.
‘Tis better to give than to receive. I believe these sentiments to be true in my life. This simple saying does not say, however, that the giver is often the one who is blessed the most simply by being able to fulfill a need.
~Shannon Tinsley, Medical Department Head
You have the opportunity to join Empire College School of Law in welcoming Rachel McAllister, Esq., Empire Class of 2009, who will be speaking at our Informational Law Seminar on Tuesday, August 5, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. To RSVP for our upcoming seminar, click here.
Congratulations to the students who will be graduating in Empire College School of Business's semiannaul commencement exercises on Monday evening, July 28.
There are approximately 90 students in this graduating class, each with their own unique backgrounds and experiences and each with a similar story of making the decision to further their education to enter a career field of their choice, improve their lives and, in some cases, set a positive example for their children.
This is a wonderful human interest story about an emergency that occurred this morning at the corner of Russell and Range as students and faculty were on their way to 9 a.m. classes. Three Empire students came to the rescue!
The background of the "emergency" is that an elderly man was rushing to get across the street and fell in the crosswalk, resulting in a head injury.
Empire College is blessed to have Henry Trione as its founder. "By any measure one of the Redwood Empire's leading men of all time," as Press Democrat writer Chris Smith described him in today's front-page story, Henry has lead an interesting and rich life.
The final group of Empire Class of 2014 Juris Doctor graduates has worked in each of the five pro bono clinics offered at Empire, contributing to a class total of 87% participation in the clinics. This dedication to community service is indeed impressive and contributed to Empire College's national recognition on the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll the past two years.
It's always interesting to see what undergraduate degrees and professional experience Empire law students possess. Today's trio of grads is blending backgrounds in linguistics and technology, global studies and Worker's Compensation benefits, and special education/deafness with their legal education.