September 13: Enjoy a social evening and help support law students who are committed to using their legal training to advance social justice and public interest goals. 6-9 pm in Charney Hall. More information and tickets available.
September 26: Co-sponsored by the HTLI, the Law and Business Society, and the High Tech Law Journal, this event will feature a panel of experts in antitrust law on the competition issues facing tech companies and ideas for how to regulate them. 6-8 pm in Charney 206. More information available.
Ellen Wise JD ‘79 is a couturier and designer who has “emerged as a godsend for professionals requiring ensembles that effortlessly transition from day to evening, as well as those desiring exquisite gowns for social affairs such as San Francisco’s ballet and symphony opening night galas.” Read the feature profile from the Nob Hill Gazette.
September 12: Join the dialogue at this day-long event, bringing together some of the brightest legal, academic, government, and business minds to explore current and future legal and regulatory challenges and opportunities. 8:30 am-5 pm Panelli Moot Court Room, Charney 102/103. More information and registration.
Santa Clara Law Professor David Sloss, an internationally renowned scholar on the relationship between domestic law and international affairs, published this op-ed in Just Security magazine. Read his op-ed in full.
74 John C. Cruden, District of Columbia Life Fellow and principal at Beveridge & Diamond, has been elected president of the Foundation of the American College of Environmental Lawyers. He is a past president of the American College of Environmental Lawyers, as well as past assistant attorney general for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. He also recently received the 2019 Distinguished Member Award from the West Point Society of the District of Columbia.
On August 15, the Santa Clara Law community gathered to launch and bless the new school year at its annual convocation, which included an address by alumnus and Facebook lawyer, Akshay Verma JD ‘08. “What really sets Santa Clara apart is its dedication to professional development and experiential learning,” he told the gathering. “This school has such an incredible reputation for producing lawyers who can add value to their employers on Day One.”