Spotlight

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The Necessity of Expanding the Federal Judiciary
The Necessity of Expanding the Federal Judiciary
February 5, 2021

Santa Clara Law Adjunct Professor Michael Vargas argues that “Courts simply do not have the personnel to keep up with the tens of thousands of petitions they receive each year.…

Evangeline Abriel co-authored a new edition of the VAWA manual
Evangeline Abriel co-authored a new edition of the VAWA manual
February 5, 2021

In addition to her work actively filing asylum applications and co-authoring this new edition, Abriel serves as clinical professor of law and director of the Center for Social Justice and…

Scholarship Spotlight: Marco Segura
Scholarship Spotlight: Marco Segura
February 5, 2021

Santa Clara Law awards thousands of dollars in scholarships every year to enable students to pursue their dreams of becoming a lawyer. “We know scholarships are a powerful tool for…

Josh Srago on the Relationship of ISP’s Access to Smart Device Data and Privacy Law
Josh Srago on the Relationship of ISP’s Access to Smart Device Data and Privacy Law
January 8, 2021

“The problem with many of the policy considerations regarding how to protect consumers when so much of their data is accessible is that it repeatedly falls short,” writes Josh Srago…

Santa Clara County Public Defender’s Office Honors Two Alumnae
Santa Clara County Public Defender’s Office Honors Two Alumnae
January 8, 2021

Santa Clara County Public Defender’s Office recently honored two Santa Clara Law Alumni with special awards: Kelley Paul Kulick JD ’98, an adjunct professor at Santa Clara Law, received the…

New eBook on Section 230 Co-edited by Professor Eric Goldman
New eBook on Section 230 Co-edited by Professor Eric Goldman
January 8, 2021

The publication explores Zeran v. AOL, which Goldman calls “the most important Section 230 case of all time.” Read more.