The new dean at the University of San Francisco School of Law is a familiar face.

Officials this week named Susan Freiwald as dean, starting July 1. She has served as the interim dean of the law campus since last July, when former dean John Trasviña stepped down. That interim appointment was originally supposed to last for two years. Not only does Freiwald bring a year of dean experience to the job, but she will become the first women to lead the law school in a permanent capacity since its 1912 founding, adding yet another name to the lengthening list of female dean appointments this year.

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