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What happens when homelessness is illegal?
What happens when homelessness is illegal?
May 14, 2021

 Santa Clara Law students’ research shows things get worse for people without homes. Read more.

Lydia de la Torre Appointed to California Privacy Protection Agency Board
Lydia de la Torre Appointed to California Privacy Protection Agency Board
April 1, 2021

Lydia de la Torre LLM ’14, a privacy law attorney and lecturer in privacy law at Santa Clara University School of Law, has been chosen to be among the five…

Announcing the 2021 Alexander Law Prize Winner
Announcing the 2021 Alexander Law Prize Winner
March 5, 2021

On March 24th, 2021, Santa Clara Law will award the 2021 Katharine & George Alexander Law Prize to Jackie Gonzalez, Policy Director and Co-founder of Immigration Defense Advocates. Register and…

Tried and True
Tried and True
February 5, 2021

By Tracy Seipel Zoom’s new general counsel Jeff True JD ’97 urges Santa Clara Law students to embrace the school’s hands-on practical courses and clinics. Read more.

Santa Clara University Selects New Dean for the School of Law
Santa Clara University Selects New Dean for the School of Law
January 8, 2021

Michael J. Kaufman, a nationally renowned educator, scholar, and expert on civil procedure and education law and dean at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, will begin his term in…

Wildfire Watchdogs: Faculty and Students at Santa Clara Law Fight to Protect Californians From Power Shutoffs and Wildfires
Wildfire Watchdogs: Faculty and Students at Santa Clara Law Fight to Protect Californians From Power Shutoffs and Wildfires
December 11, 2020

By Deborah Lohse With devastating, record-smashing wildfires across California in recent years—many caused by aging or failing power lines and facilities—you’d think there would be an army of watchdogs clamoring…