Closing Arguments

Closing Arguments

Lecturer Brit Benjamin on Why the Bar Exam Doesn’t Protect the Public from Misconduct
Lecturer Brit Benjamin on Why the Bar Exam Doesn’t Protect the Public from Misconduct
May 8, 2020

Brit Benjamin JD ’17, argues that if it did we would see a substantially higher rate of attorney misconduct in states that do not require the exam. Read the op-ed…

Vargas on Protecting Vulnerable Communities From COVID-19
Vargas on Protecting Vulnerable Communities From COVID-19
April 10, 2020

In an op-ed for the San Jose Spotlight, Santa Clara Law Lecturer Michael Vargas argues that we need a plan to protect the most vulnerable populations from COVID-19, including the…

BRIAN LOVE AND COLLEEN CHIEN ON THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
BRIAN LOVE AND COLLEEN CHIEN ON THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
March 6, 2020

Professors Brian Love and Colleen Chien have each authored a chapter in the recently-published “Research Handbook on the Law & Economics of Intellectual Property Law: Volume 2 – Analytical Methods…

LECTURER ALISON MALSBURY, ATTORNEY WITH HARRIS BRICKEN, ON THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY’S ONGOING TRADEMARK TROUBLES
LECTURER ALISON MALSBURY, ATTORNEY WITH HARRIS BRICKEN, ON THE CANNABIS INDUSTRY’S ONGOING TRADEMARK TROUBLES
February 6, 2020

“It is absolutely crucial that cannabis business owners both clear and monitor their trademarks to avoid conflicts. The best way to mitigate infringement risk is to have a comprehensive clearance…

PROFESSOR STEPHANIE WILDMAN ON LESSONS TO BE LEARNED FROM THE KAVANAUGH AND THOMAS CONFIRMATION HEARINGS
PROFESSOR STEPHANIE WILDMAN ON LESSONS TO BE LEARNED FROM THE KAVANAUGH AND THOMAS CONFIRMATION HEARINGS
January 3, 2020

Santa Clara Law Professor Stephanie Wildman considers what lessons can be learned from the Kavanaugh and Thomas Supreme Court Justice confirmation hearings. Read the article in full.

A THUMBS-UP EMOJI DOESN’T MEAN THAT DAD DISAVOWED HIS CHILD
A THUMBS-UP EMOJI DOESN’T MEAN THAT DAD DISAVOWED HIS CHILD
December 6, 2019

Santa Clara Law Professor Eric Goldman considers whether a thumbs up emoji constitutes legal commitment, like binding the sender to a contract. Read the op-ed in full.