By Edward Stemmer
The Western School of Law at Argosy University recently broke ground at their new Irvine campus, officially cutting the ribbon on April 29, 2016. The oldest existing law school in Orange County, the new Irvine location sits adjacent to Cal State Fullerton’s Irvine Campus, adding to that familiar sense of academic success. The new location for the Western School of Law is in the safest city in Orange County, which students and parents alike can agree on.
Irvine Mayor Steven Choi attended and spoke to express his appreciation for higher education, specifically highlighting how Western State’s goal of bringing their students to Irvine creates great networking opportunities for students with the surrounding businesses. Western State Dean Allen Easley also gave a speech, thanking not only the attendees of the ribbon cutting, but also the students sticking by them in the move from Fullerton to Irvine. Good things are sure to come from Western School of Law in Irvine!
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Irvine Mayor Steven Choi stands next to Dean Easley as the ribbon is cut
The new Irvine campus