Hello, and congratulations to the Class of 2020. I am Professor Yokoyama, Professor Yoco or just Yoke. And I think you're all just awesome. I'm so happy that this very special class has this opportunity to share commencement with one another. Your last semester of law school was interrupted by a once in a lifetime pandemic, and yet to shelter in place and shift to an online learning environment. In a blink of the eye. You add to gain experience and master learning online for your spring classes. And for the bar review. You had to take the bar exam remotely for two grueling days and the results of your hard work. And I can do it attitude led to a fantastic Bar Exam result for Southwestern students. Going forward, you should be confident that there's precious little that you cannot accomplish. You've proven you can handle intense adversity and achieve your many goals. Let me also congratulate your family and friends who support helps you get past this finish line. Congratulations once again to the class of 2020 and best wishes for your future careers.
This is Professor Aronofsky, congratulations class of 2020. Graduating from law school is such a great accomplishment and you have so much to be proud of. We're certainly proud of you. I've had the pleasure of getting to know many of you during your time at Southwestern, whether it's students in my environment, a law, ADR or scale Civil Procedure classes. I'm looking forward to seeing all of you at the Rose Bowl, celebrate your graduation, and all that you've accomplished. Congratulations again.
Congratulations, Southwestern Law School class of 2020. You've already shown us You're so resilient, we can't wait to see your success in the future. So from me, Professor Vasquez to you, Congratulations, Class of 2020, you did it!
Congratulations, Class of 2020. I've only met some of you. But I wish you all the very best in this very special day. And we'd be delighted to hear from any of you and help any and all of you if there's anything else I can do for you in the future. Best wishes to all congratulations.
Hi, everyone. I'm Professor Paul Bateman. Congratulations to the Southwestern Law school class of 2020. And especially to the scale class of 2020, whom I had the pleasure of teaching, good luck to everyone. And hats off to you all.
To the class of 2020. I want to say congratulations on your graduation. You persevered through the most difficult time I can imagine and certainly was typical time i've i've seen and all my years as a law professor. And yet you not only persevered but you triumph as we can see from those phenomenal, miraculous generational bar results that you achieve. So congratulations on that as well. And I hope that the bonds you formed by going through this diversity will stay strong throughout your careers that you'll always look out for each other. And remember where you came from. So congratulations to all of you. Please know that we're always here for you. We are always your home whenever you need anything. And I cannot wait to celebrate with you at the Rose Bowl. Very, very soon. Be well and I hope you all will stay in close touch.
Hello class of 2020. Congratulations on this wonderful occasion, we were finally able to celebrate your graduation. Thank you also for having selected me as one of the Grand Marshals for this day. I hope to be there as I record this, but it is possible that I will be unable to attend. But that doesn't diminish the appreciation I have for this great honor. This is a great occasion for you. I am very proud of what you've done. You must be very proud of what you've done. I hope your families and your friends are able to be with you at this difficult time and to be able to enjoy this day with you. Again, congratulations and please keep in touch let me know how things go and best of luck in your professional career.
Class of 2020 It's already been a year since your graduation, but we're still celebrating you. And continue to be incredibly proud of your class, all your accomplishments, and what you're now doing as alumni of the school and my role in externships. I talk to a lot of judges and a lot of attorneys. And what I always hear is how special Southwestern students are. And I know that's the case with you. I know it's the case with you as a lumps. And I want to invite you back in a few years when you're ready to take on externs, to mentor students to please reach out, and to definitely stay in touch. We hope it's been a good year for you. And now you're celebrating again, with the commencement ceremony that we have for your class. And you're going to continue to be a part of the southwestern community. I hope to see you on campus sometime soon.
It's Sunday, you know what that means, don't you? It's a big day. And wait a minute. It's not a big day in class. This is not a this is not class. Let's get rid of this. This is a huge day in your lives. This is graduation day, the class of 2020. I love this class. I'm so proud of each one of you. You've accomplished so much. And selfishly, I've had been so lucky and been so honored to have been your professor. To many of you in class. I love teaching at Southwestern. Why? Well I get the opportunity to work with some absolutely fantastic staff, colleagues, of course, our Dean's Dean Prager and our other Dean's, and no offense to any of them. But the real reason that you know it, the real reason why I love being here is because of you. I have the wonderful opportunity of teaching you and being part of a family together. So congratulations. I love you all very much. selfishly out, have a wonderful day like today, I'm a bit sad, because I miss you so terribly much. It's been a long time. Please stay safe, be well, stay in touch. And again, Congratulations, Class of 2020.
Hi, everyone. This is Michael Epstein. Many of you took my business associations class. Others may have had me for mass media, law and literature or the First Amendment seminar. And there may even be a few of you who worked with me on GMO or in the immediate project practicum. Thank you for your good work, and for your professionalism. Despite the tribulations of the COVID pandemic. You got the job done. Congratulations to the Class of 2020.
I'd like to wish everybody a very warm and hearty congratulations. You are the class of 2020. And you ended the last two months of your year in law school with a bag and it showed such great results and grit, to ship have the flexibility that you show to get through it all to get through the bar. We are so proud of you. And I have no doubt that your grit and your result and your motivation will stand you rates throughout your professional career. And a very warm congratulations to your families who stood behind you and beside you. I have no doubt that the best is yet to come. Congratulations to all.
Congratulations class of 2020. It took a lot of hard work to reach this milestone. I hope you feel great about what you've accomplished. And I hope you continue to strive for those things that are worthwhile and important in like imaginations on your achievement, and best wishes for successful career.
Hello, everyone. My name is Professor Schindler. As most of you know I either had you probably in Cal bar writing or remedies with the MBE somewhere along the lines bar coach, something like that. I just wanted to say congratulations to all of you. I'm so glad that you finally get to celebrate your graduation. I know it has been a long time coming. And I know most of you sat through and grueling five months of bar prep and uncertainty and unknown. And you have climbed the mountain and succeeded and I just want to say congratulations and I wish you the best and stay in touch. I love it when students come back five years later even and say hey, this is what's happening. So stay in touch. Don't be a stranger and enjoy your success.
Hi everyone. I want to extend a warm congratulations to our amazing graduates who have all completed law school through a time of many unknowns in the world. You should all be very proud of the resiliency and dedication you have shown throughout your time at Southwestern. I wish each of you nothing but the very best as you move forward in your legal careers. Congratulations bison.
Dear class of 2020. This is long overdue, but congratulations. You're also very proud of you. And we're looking forward to celebrating with you as the Rose Bowl. You know, this past year has been nothing but hectic. But we hope the celebration will give you a chance to pause and reflect on your huge accomplishment in graduating Southwestern. From the school reopens, please come visit us. We always look forward to seeing our alumni. Southwestern will always be here for you and go bison!
Dear class of 2020. You made it. Congratulations on your hard work, dedication and steadfastness to get you here. During these unprecedented times, you should feel extraordinarily proud of your accomplishments and reflect on them often. I wish you the very best in your future legal endeavors and beyond. And, of course, best wishes on the bar exam. As you navigate your legal careers, remember that you will always be by some strong. Congratulations again.
Congratulations, Class of 2020. My name is Nicole from the Student Affairs Office. And I just wanted to say how proud I am of each and every one of you. I know law school is not the easiest thing to do. But I feel like you all are just so strong, so hard working. And I can't imagine a better group of people to have gone through everything that you did this past year. And I just feel like you all are going to be doing such amazing things in the future. And kind of already, if you think about it, I hope that you all take the chance to come and visit us, we all miss you. And once again, congratulations and the best of luck on all your future endeavors, bye!
Class of 2020. Congratulations. What an impressive group of individuals, you had to pivot to online learning finished up law school during a lockdown and had to take the bar in a remote environment. If you can endure all of that you can tackle anything that comes your way. We are so very proud of you. We know that you will accomplish what ever you set your minds to do. When you go out and conquer the world. Remember to come visit, we want to see you and hear from you. And remember to use your law degree and all of the privileges that come with it to help make our society better for all congratulations.
The library congratulate you on your graduation. And we hope that you use the library for the rest of your lives. Remember, as an alumni of our school, you get to use the librarian and call us up anytime you need help. Congratulations again and way to go.
Congratulations Bison! It is with passion, courage of conviction, and a strong sense of self, that we take our next steps into the world. Remembering that first impressions are not always correct. You must always have faith in people. And most importantly, you must have faith in yourself. So Congratulations, Class of 2020 and class of 2021. You did it!
Congratulations to Southwestern class of 2020. I'm thrilled to join family, friends, peers and mentors who are so thankful to have this opportunity to celebrate all of your hard work and to watch you walk across that commencement stage. I wish each of you all the best in your professional life. And I hope you enjoy it very happy celebrations. Congratulations class of 21.
Congratulations Southwestern law school class of 2020. You did it. This is Hilary Kane, your fellow alumni. And your chief Communications and Marketing Officer of your resident fashion law professor would explain why I have a mortarboard on my cowboy hat. Just one of the many fun things about posing at our year on zoom. You're actually the first woman class, which is crazy. I mean, what an insane year teaching and learning on zoom meetings on zoom cocktails on zoom everything on zoom. I mean it's really really tiring. But it is kind of fun, because you can wear two hats. When I think I've got it all figured out. I did have some mishaps in class, but I pretty much have it all figured out. So again, congratulations. You have worked really hard and you deserve this. Go out and do great things and keep in touch. Thank you.
Congratulations students! Congratulations! Congratulations!