Closing Arguments

Closing Arguments

Rising Insulin Costs: We’re Just Living to Die
Rising Insulin Costs: We’re Just Living to Die
November 1, 2019

By Dustin Weber ’20L It feels like the U.S. health-care industry is conspiring to kill us. Numerous reports are finally breaking into the mainstream discussion that detail how young adults…

HOW CALIFORNIA CAN USE TECH TO WIPE THE SLATE CLEAN FOR MILLIONS
HOW CALIFORNIA CAN USE TECH TO WIPE THE SLATE CLEAN FOR MILLIONS
October 4, 2019

“California law currently includes approximately 4,800 legal restrictions on people with criminal records even after they have completed their sentences. These barriers prevent the estimated 8 million Californians with criminal…

Corporate Defenses Against Information Warfare
Corporate Defenses Against Information Warfare
September 6, 2019

Santa Clara Law Professor David Sloss, an internationally renowned scholar on the relationship between domestic law and international affairs, published this op-ed in Just Security magazine. Read his op-ed in…

Lessons of Stonewall Riots and LGBTQ struggles 50 years later
Lessons of Stonewall Riots and LGBTQ struggles 50 years later
August 1, 2019

Santa Clara Law adjunct professor Micheal Vargas wrote an op-ed for the San Jose Spotlight about the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and how the LGBTQ+ community is still fighting…

Uber and the Day the IPO Died
July 5, 2019

By Santa Clara Law Associate Professor Stephen Diamond One of the most widely anticipated IPOs in stock market history was dead on arrival on the floor of the New York…

With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
June 7, 2019

By Thania Lopez JD ’19From March 9 to March 17, I had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Arizona with Professors Parker and Abriel, and nine other Santa Clara Law…