Concord Law School at Kaplan University, the nation’s first fully- online law school, held its 27th graduation today at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, honoring 101 new graduates.
The graduating class includes 45 graduates of the Juris Doctor program and 56 graduates of the Executive Juris Doctor program. Concord Law School Dean Martin Pritikin conferred the degrees.
Several graduates were recognized during the ceremony for their outstanding achievement, including an Angier resident.
Kari Nelson Flores received the Moot Court Award, given to the members of Concord’s Moot Court Team for their commitment to excellence in their preparation and performance at the 2017 Roger J. Traynor California Appellate Moot Court Competition, the state’s oldest and largest moot court tournament for Best Brief.
Judge Michael Harwin conducted the ceremonial swearing in at the commencement. Judge Harwin has served the Los Angeles County Superior Court for more 35 years, and previously held roles at Loyola Law School and the University of West Los Angeles School of Law as an Assistant Dean and Associate Dean, respectively.
Kari Nelson Flores of Angier received the Moot Court Award during Concord Law School of Kaplan University's
27th graduation ceremony.