Law Briefs

Law Briefs

“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.

Alumni Fellow Opportunity for Provisional License
Alumni Fellow Opportunity for Provisional License
March 5, 2021

A leader in the Santa Clara Law community has graciously offered a fellowship to qualified Santa Clara Law alumni who are in need of supervision under the new provisional licensure…

Law Students Make Recommendations for More Inclusive Innovation
Law Students Make Recommendations for More Inclusive Innovation
March 5, 2021

In response to a USPTO request for its national strategy to build a more diverse innovation ecosystem, Santa Clara Law students collectively submitted 13 comments to the USPTO with recommendations…

Santa Clara Law Again Achieves High National Rankings
Santa Clara Law Again Achieves High National Rankings
March 5, 2021

In the Winter 2021 PreLaw Magazine, Santa Clara Law was ranked #4 in the nation for our tech law program, received an A+ ranking for the international law program, and…