Law Briefs

Law Briefs

Crafting Meaningful Privacy Notices
Crafting Meaningful Privacy Notices
May 14, 2021

Santa Clara Law student Barbara Clayton, a 4L and a Privacy Law Certificate candidate, wrote an article for the California Lawyers Association: “Why should your client care about a meaningful…

Dean’s Merit Scholarship
Dean’s Merit Scholarship
May 14, 2021

Over the past two years in her role as Interim Dean, Anna Han has gained new insight into the strengths of Santa Clara Law as well as the community that…

NCIP Helps Free A Man After 15 Years of Wrongful Imprisonment
NCIP Helps Free A Man After 15 Years of Wrongful Imprisonment
May 14, 2021

Thanks to diligent efforts by staff attorneys and law students at the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara Law, Clifton Jones was released in April after more than 15…

“What happened on January 6 was a real threat to our democracy”
“What happened on January 6 was a real threat to our democracy”
April 1, 2021

Professor Brad Joondeph spoke on KRON TV about the civil lawsuit that Rep. Swalwell has brought against Former President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, and Donald Trump Jr. for the January 6…

“A big win for consumer privacy”
“A big win for consumer privacy”
April 1, 2021

Lourdes Turrecha, Privacy and Tech Law fellow at Santa Clara Law, was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle and in a piece by govtech.com about a recent federal ruling that…

Law Faculty Advocate For Open Casebooks
Law Faculty Advocate For Open Casebooks
April 1, 2021

Harvard Law School’s H2O blog covered the Defunding Casebooks Conference organized by Santa Clara Law Professors David Ball, Michelle Oberman, and Mike Flynn. Read more.