University Press Releases
David Onek Named Executive Director of Northern California Innocence Project
Monday, May. 6, 2013
Long-time criminal-justice reformer David Onek has been named the new executive director of the Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) at Santa Clara University School of Law.
Leavey Business Institute, 10 Week Summer Program for Non-Business Majors, Created
Wednesday, May. 1, 2013
A 10-week summer program at Santa Clara University will teach business basics and career planning to college students looking to use their humanities or sciences studies in a business environment.
GSBI Online Accepting Applications for New Cohort
Monday, Apr. 22, 2013
Applications are now being accepted for GSBI Online, the online version of Santa Clara University's highly regarded, 11-year-old training program for worldwide social-entrepreneur ventures, the Global Social Benefit Incubator (GSBI).
Santa Clara University School of Law Names Lisa Kloppenberg as Dean
Thursday, Apr. 18, 2013
Lisa Kloppenberg, the former dean of the University of Dayton law school and an expert on mediation, dispute resolution, and reform of law-school education, has been chosen to be the next dean of Santa Clara University School of Law.
Tom Farrey To Emcee May 1 Award Dinner Honoring Jim Thompson and Positive Coaching Alliance
Wednesday, Apr. 17, 2013
Emmy Award-winning sports journalist, Tom Farrey, will be the master of ceremonies at a May 1 event honoring the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) and its CEO Jim Thompson, for contributions to the ethics of sports. The event is the Institute of Sports Law and Ethics' inaugural ETHOS award dinner.
Northern California Innocence Project Wins Conviction Reversal for Innocent Man
Tuesday, Apr. 16, 2013
The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) at Santa Clara University School of Law and Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, LLP announced that a California federal district court judge overturned the wrongful conviction of client George Souliotes for arson and triple murder. Souliotes, 72, has served 16 years of his sentence of three life terms without parole.