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Mar. 9, 2010

Proyecto ACCESO, a California Western School of Law program that promotes the rule of law in Latin American countries, celebrated its 10th anniversary with a screening of its documentary, "Intellectual Property Piracy: The Challenges for Latin America," at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego on March 3.

Proyecto ACCESO, a California Western School of Law program that promotes the rule of law in Latin American countries, celebrated its 10th anniversary with a screening of its documentary, "Intellectual Property Piracy: The Challenges for Latin America," at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego on March 3. Pictured, from left: Steven R. Smith, law school dean; Victor Nunez, prosecutor in the district attorney?s office; Lilia Garcia, prosecutor in the attorney general?s offi...

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