Spotlight

Spotlight

Class of 2020 Honored Through Virtual Events
Class of 2020 Honored Through Virtual Events
July 3, 2020

On June 2, Santa Clara Law Interim Dean Anna Han, Santa Clara University President Kevin O’Brien, S.J., and Provost Lisa Kloppenberg hosted a recorded virtual conferring of degrees to the…

Delivering Safety Supplies to the Homeless
Delivering Safety Supplies to the Homeless
July 3, 2020

Deputy Santa Clara County Public Defender and Santa Clara Law Lecturer Meghan Piano ’04, JD ’07 and Santa Clara Law Lecturer Ashanti Mitchell were featured in a Mercury News article…

Santa Clara Law Salutes Professor Gary Neustadter
Santa Clara Law Salutes Professor Gary Neustadter
July 3, 2020

It was likely not what Professor Gary Neustadter had imagined, but after 45 years of teaching at Santa Clara Law, he taught his final class on Zoom. However, several faculty…

Law Clinics Continue Despite the Pandemic
Law Clinics Continue Despite the Pandemic
June 5, 2020

The COVID-19 virus and the resulting shelter-in-place orders may have limited our physical mobility, but the needs of Santa Clara Law’s clinic clients have not stopped, and neither have the…

Quarantine Makes the Case for House Arrest
Quarantine Makes the Case for House Arrest
June 5, 2020

Second-year law student Antonio Reza, who was imprisoned in a correctional facility in his late teens, argues that “house arrest [is] a viable and just alternative punishment to warehousing people…

A Passionate Part of the Solution: Q&A with Natalie Kirkish
A Passionate Part of the Solution: Q&A with Natalie Kirkish
June 5, 2020

Natalie Kirkish JD ’14 has dedicated her career to public service and environmental law. She practices environmental law and also advises public agency clients regarding transactional issues. Kirkish’s passion for…