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Jason Lini, Hastings Class of 2000, was tragically killed in an automobile accident in Billings, Mont., on Aug. 2, 2000. Lini, 29, was on vacation when his car collided with a truck. An aspiring prosecutor, Lini was planning to study for and take the California State Bar when he returned to California from Montana. Jason was a bright, lovable person, born and raised in San Diego. Hastings students may have chatted with him in the elevator or picked up a package from him at the office while he was a resident and employee of the McAllister Tower. He was always in a good mood, friendly to all and quick to accommodate your needs. He will be greatly missed by his parents, two sisters, one brother, his many friends from Hastings, and the community. He made an amazing contribution to the lives of many lesser-privileged youth in the San Francisco area during his years here at Hastings. Jason single-handedly started LCOMP [Legal Community Outreach and Mentoring Program], a student mentoring program for kids in the Tenderloin. His tireless efforts to recruit law students from Hastings to act as mentors for children who often do not have many positive role models will be remembered and, hopefully, carried on in his memory. Jason also affected many students when he taught a Street Law class to high school students during two semesters. After Jason’s first year at Hastings, he worked during the summer at the United States Attorney’s Office in Fresno, Calif. He loved his work there and actually represented the government in administrative hearings before the court. Although he had not yet been certified to make representations in court, a federal judge granted him limited ability to do so. Continuing on with his dream of working as a prosecutor, he worked his second summer at the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office. Jason’s family held a memorial service for him in San Diego on Aug. 26, 2000. In lieu of flowers, his family asked that donations be made in Jason’s memory to Corbar House, Inc., 4318 Meade Ave., San Diego, CA, 92116. Jason Lini, Hastings Class of 2000, will truly be missed by all who know him. Jason, I miss you. Be with the angels, because you are one.

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