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SCU TRUSTEES FUND PRIVACY LAW PROGRAM EXPANSION
SCU TRUSTEES FUND PRIVACY LAW PROGRAM EXPANSION
March 6, 2020

Santa Clara University School of Law has received gifts totaling $750,000 from Margaret & Kapil Nanda, Barbara & Paul Gentzkow, and Larry Sonsini, three current or former University trustees, and…

TWO NEW FACULTY MEMBERS STARTING FALL 2020
TWO NEW FACULTY MEMBERS STARTING FALL 2020
March 6, 2020

This Fall, Santa Clara Law will welcome two new members to its faculty: Sue Guan and Nicholas Serafin, both of whom graduated in 2012 from Yale Law School.   Sue…

ARTICLE ON PRETRIAL RELEASE BY W. DAVID BALL
ARTICLE ON PRETRIAL RELEASE BY W. DAVID BALL
March 6, 2020

Santa Clara Law Professor David Ball has a forthcoming NYU Law Review article on the topic of preventive detention of arrestees and whether pretrial decisions can truly be made in…

LA TIMES PROFILES ALUMNA LIZBETH MATEO
LA TIMES PROFILES ALUMNA LIZBETH MATEO
February 6, 2020

“I’m a walking contradiction,” says Lizbeth Mateo JD ’16, an immigration attorney who understands her clients well because she too is undocumented. Read more.

Q&A WITH NANCY GEENEN, CEO AND FOUNDER OF FLEXIBILITY
Q&A WITH NANCY GEENEN, CEO AND FOUNDER OF FLEXIBILITY
February 6, 2020

A sought-after advisor on matters of company culture, career development, and leadership, Nancy Geenen JD ‘88 discusses how her new venture aims to change the world by changing the workplace. “Flexibility connects…

REPRESENTATIVE ZOE LOFGREN ON PROSECUTION TEAM FOR TRUMP IMPEACHMENT
REPRESENTATIVE ZOE LOFGREN ON PROSECUTION TEAM FOR TRUMP IMPEACHMENT
February 6, 2020

Zoe Lofgren JD ‘75, who is serving her 13th term in Congress, was part of a seven-member House of Representatives team for the prosecution. Lofgren has played roles in two…