At our 16th annual event, Santa Clara Law honored Judge Iravani-Sani JD ’93, the National Black Law Students Association, and awarded the Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Scholarship. This event would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors: Iron Mountain, McManis Faulkner, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner, Duane Morris, and many others. Read more.
Santa Clara Law Adjunct Professor Michael Vargas argues that “Courts simply do not have the personnel to keep up with the tens of thousands of petitions they receive each year. The result is that reviewers err on the side of rejecting appeals simply to keep the process moving.” Read more.
Join the MLS in Compliance online program from 11 am-1 pm PST for the second of a series of privacy webinars. You can join all or one hour of this two-hour panel session of experts moderated by Virginia MacSuibhne, Chief Compliance & Privacy Officer of Roche and instructor in Santa Clara Law’s Compliance Master’s Program. Online from 11 am-1 pm PST. CLE available, pricing discount for alumni.
“The stakes associated with Section 230 reform are enormous….That’s why it’s mind-boggling when Washington, D.C., politicians treat Section 230 like a political football to be tossed around casually,” argues Professor Eric Goldman in his op-ed in the San Jose Mercury News. Read the piece in full.
Santa Clara Law Professors Catherine Sandoval and Al Hammond filed an amicus brief with the US Supreme Court in the FCC v. Prometheus Radio Broadcasters case, with the help of students Robert Murillo JD ’21 and Rosa Rico JD ’22. Read more.
In addition to her work actively filing asylum applications and co-authoring this new edition, Abriel serves as clinical professor of law and director of the Center for Social Justice and Public Service at Santa Clara Law. Read more.