The COVID-19 virus and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have limited our physical mobility, but the needs of Santa Clara Law’s clinic clients have not stopped, and neither have the clinical students. Read more.
Second-year law student Antonio Reza, who was imprisoned in a correctional facility in his late teens, argues that “house arrest [is] a viable and just alternative punishment to warehousing people inside overcrowded and inhumane facilities.” Read more.
Natalie Kirkish JD ’14 has dedicated her career to public service and environmental law. She practices environmental law and also advises public agency clients regarding transactional issues. Kirkish’s passion for the environment and public service fuel her drive to help others and solve challenges for her clients.
Our innovative Tech Edge JD program combines legal, business, and technology education with hands-on skills development and individualized mentorship. We are seeking mentors for the incoming 2020 Tech Edge JD students. All experience levels are needed, and we encourage mentors from diverse backgrounds and education to participate.
The Santa Clara Law chapter, wrote ACS, has “helped to shape the debate on several issues, including gender equity, tech and privacy, voting, court capture, gender equity, impeachment, and immigration, and featured incredible judges and scholars throughout the year.” Read more.