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Learn how practical education is an important component of the law school experience from our alumni panel. Join Empire College School of Law at our next Informational Law Seminar on Thursday, April 5, 6:30-8:00 p.m. at the Empire College campus. To RSVP for our upcoming seminar, click here. 

Bios of prior alumni speakers: 

Irene Flack’s formative years were split between a Wisconsin dairy farm and Chugiak, Alaska. She holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Olivet University and worked for a number of years in commercial lending for a community bank. During the downturn of 2008-2010, Irene’s work at the bank involved significant interaction with legal counsel. The relevance of a legal education to her work was apparent, and her interest in the law was rekindled as a result. Irene attended Empire College School of Law while working full-time. She graduated in 2014, passed the bar, and was admitted to practice later that same year. Irene’s practice is in business transactional law. The majority of her clients are small business owners. Her work involves assisting with the purchase or sale of a business, entity formation, drafting and negotiation of contracts, commercial real estate related documents, and lender/loan documentation.

Wallace Francis grew up in the Napa area and studied History at San Francisco State University. He later obtained a teaching credential at National University in Sacramento and taught at public schools and career colleges for a total of 17 years. While attending law school, Wallace participated in the Elder Law Clinic and co-authored Is the Sentencing Reform Act Fair to Criminal Defendants, and Are the Rulings in Apprendi, Blakely and Booker the Answer? for the Empire Law Review. He graduated from Empire College School of Law in 2006 and practices in the areas of family law and trusts and estates.

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