Thanks to dedicated work by the NCIP attorneys and students, Arturo Jimenez, a 44-year-old man who was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1995, had his conviction reversed and all charges dismissed. Read more.
This event is part of the “Artificial Intelligence for Social Impact and Equity” series, a set of conversations about how artificial intelligence and the algorithms around us are making our society more or less fair and prosperous and how we can harness AI for the greatest positive social impact. Online from 12-1 pm.
Join us for an evening of socializing with colleagues and networking with eager Santa Clara Law students. This event is an opportunity for current law students to meet attorneys who are working in their desired practice area(s). Your presence allows these students to meet and connect with future employers, coworkers, and colleagues! 7-9 pm online.
“Unscrupulous companies…are exploiting the weakness in our worker protections by shutting down and reopening under a new name in order to avoid paying the wages they owe,” write Lorena Gonzalez and Ruth Silver Taube, the workers’ rights supervising attorney at the Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center and an adjunct professor at Santa Clara Law. Read the op-ed in full.