Closing Arguments

Closing Arguments

Reforming the criminal justice system in California in the wake of the death of George Floyd
Reforming the criminal justice system in California in the wake of the death of George Floyd
April 1, 2021

“As a former police officer, I’ve seen firsthand the role law enforcement can have in stopping ‘non-serious’ crimes from escalating into serious ones that get people hurt, or killed,” writes…

Congressional Hearing On GameStop, Robinhood, and Reddit explained with Stephen Diamond
Congressional Hearing On GameStop, Robinhood, and Reddit explained with Stephen Diamond
March 5, 2021

Santa Clara Law Professor Stephen Diamond spoke with Alison Morrow about the congressional hearing with executives from Robinhood, among others, to learn more about what happened when investors used the…

Goldman: People who understand Section 230 actually love it
Goldman: People who understand Section 230 actually love it
February 5, 2021

“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…

Deep Gulasekaram on Presidential Immigration Federalism
Deep Gulasekaram on Presidential Immigration Federalism
January 8, 2021

In his blog post, Santa Clara Law Professor Deep Gulasekaram argues that recent developments at the Supreme Court complicate the immigration federalism story that these authors tell in their book.…

Envisioning Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for Internet Service Provider Outages
Envisioning Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for Internet Service Provider Outages
December 11, 2020

“It is time to reconsider the relationship that consumers have with their Internet Service Providers and determine whether the system is actually working or if a more equitable solution is…

Can New California Law On Board Diversity Really Change Corporate Culture?
Can New California Law On Board Diversity Really Change Corporate Culture?
November 6, 2020

In an opinion piece in the San Francisco Chronicle, Santa Clara Law Professor David Yosifon argues that failing to address the “shareholder-first” corporate culture will dilute the effectiveness of new…