Fond Farewell: Political Science Professor Emeritus and CLIC Founder Ed Bronson
As the founder of the Community Legal Information Center and a national expert in change-of-venue and death-qualified juries, Ed Bronson's legacy among students and the justice system cannot be understated.
Immigration Lawyer Finds Greatest Reward in Helping Others
Running his own private practice, Arturo Benavidez ('02) helps clients navigate the tricky areas of bankruptcy, immigration, and personal injury law.
Retired Attorney Educator Leaves Legacy of Transforming Generations
As a program alumna herself, Teddy DeLorenzo ('76) enjoyed a fulfilling 38-year career as a supervising attorney for the Community Legal Information Clinic.
Public Defender Fights For the Rights of the Underdog
Public defender Shadee Mousa ('08) found his passion in fighting for the less fortunate, disadvantaged, and downtrodden.
Superior Court Judge Seeks Solutions Instead of Sentences
As a judge for the Superior Court of Placer County, Colleen Nichols ('81) is driven by the desire to adjudicate cases that lead to meaningful outcomes.
CLIC Celebrates 50 Years of Education and Serving Community
Beginning as a free legal assistance clinic for students and community members, the Community Legal Information Clinic marks 50 years of service.
My First Week…
Transfer student sheds light on their experience bridging from community college to Chico State.
Students help more than 16,000 people every year through the Community Legal Information Center (CLIC). Most clients are low-income, with no access to legal resources. A legal studies scholarship supports students who gain one-of-a-kind legal training at the undergraduate level.