Due to a reporting error, a June 18 story about Hastings College of the Law incorrectly referred to the school as “lower-tier.” The story should have described Hastings as lower ranked in comparison to Boalt Hall and Stanford, but still in the same tier as those schools.
Due to a reporting error, a June 25 story about a public pension initiative incorrectly stated that a proposed plan would give certain judges “full” benefits with 10 years of service at age 63. Actually, 10 years by 63 would trigger annual pension payments of 3.75 percent of salary for every year on the bench. Judges serving longer could earn an additional 3.75 percent for each year after 10, up to a maximum of 75 percent of salary at 20 years.
Due to reporting errors, a May 7 Side Bar item about Stanford Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic said Jennifer Lee would be its first teaching fellow. In fact, Lee will be the second fellow, though the first to be funded under a recent grant by Cooley Godward Kronish. Also, the fellowship runs for two years, not one.
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