On January 9, 2019 Greg Bentley served as a judge at the University of California, Irvine School of Law’s Moot Court Competition held at UCI Law School. This year, the students argued First Amendment speech issues in the context of public schools. Mr. Bentley enjoyed the experience and had this to say: “It was great seeing so many great young minds excelling at what they love. These students have bright futures in the legal field. Thank you to UCI Law for hosting such a fantastic competition!”
On January 7, 2019, Greg Bentley and Keith More attended the Inauguration of Gavin Newsom on the steps of the Capitol Building in Sacramento. The ceremony included the Governor’s address and remarks by First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and was followed by a celebration at the Governor’s Mansion, where Mr. Bentley was also interviewed by ABC7 news. Mr. Bentley and Mr. More have been avid supporters of Mr. Newsom from the beginning, and look forward to working with the Governor continuing to fight for consumer rights and protections in California.Read More
Co-founding Partner Keith More Donates $100,000 to DePaul University College of Law for Endowment Scholarship Fund
Co-founding Partner Keith More has generously donated $100,000 to set up an endowment scholarship fund at his alma mater DePaul University College of Law. The endowed fund is named “Keith and Paige More Breasties Endowed Scholarship” – and will serve to provide recognition and financial assistance to students enrolled in the College of Law, who have good academic standing and financial need, with a preference given to students who have been impacted, either directly or indirectly, by breast or ovarian cancer. Mr. More’s daughter, Paige More, underwent a preventive double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA1 gene that is known to cause cancer. Ms. More has since become an advocate and founded a nonprofit organization, The Breasties, which is dedicated to supporting young women affected by breast and ovarian cancer. By setting up this endowment, Mr. More is honoring his daughter’s ongoing fight with breast and ovarian cancer as well as honoring his mother Cookie’s legacy. Mr. More, a proud alumnus of the College of Law, is grateful for all the opportunities afforded to him and wishes to help future students.
For more information on The Breasties, please visit https://thebreasties.org/Read More