Google Chief Legal Officer to Speak at Santa Clara University School of Law Commencement May 25
Tuesday, Apr. 2, 2013
David Drummond, the attorney responsible for helping global search-engine company Google navigate some of the world’s most cutting-edge legal issues, will be the commencement speaker for Santa Clara University School of Law May 25.
Experts Available for Same-sex Cases Before the Supreme Court:
Thursday, Mar. 21, 2013
On March 26 and March 27 the Supreme Court will hear challenges to California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriages, Prop. 8, and to the federal Defense of Marriage Act, a federal law that forbids the U.S. government from recognizing same-sex marriage. Experts from the Santa Clara University School of Law are available to discuss both cases.
Santa Clara University Makes Presidential Honor Roll for Community Service
Monday, Mar. 18, 2013
Santa Clara University has again ranked among the nation’s most service-oriented institutions of higher learning, being named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. This is the seventh consecutive year the University has received this award.
Santa Clara University School of Law IP Program Ranked Third in Nation
Wednesday, Mar. 13, 2013
U.S. News & World Report magazine has ranked Santa Clara University School of Law's intellectual-property law program the third-best in the country, and the law school among the top 100 nationwide.
SCU School of Business MBA Placed at No. 24 in Nation
Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013
Santa Clara University's part-time MBA program rose to No. 24 in the recent U.S. News & World Report "Best Graduate Schools Guide 2014," the news organization announced today. The annual classification ranked Santa Clara's program at 41 last year.
Northern California Innocence Project Successfully Exonerates Innocent Man of Sex Crimes He Did Not Commit
Monday, Mar. 11, 2013
The Northern California Innocence Project (NCIP) and the California DNA Project (CDP) at Santa Clara University School of Law announced that on March 8, the Alameda County Superior Court overturned the wrongful conviction of Johnny Williams for sex crimes after new DNA evidence proved his innocence. Mr. Williams served 14 years in prison.