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Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014
Santa Clara University's ethics and high-tech law programs will receive $346,000 for education and privacy-protection work, as a result of a lawsuit settlement.
Tuesday, Aug. 5, 2014
The legal publication The Recorder has named Laura Norris, assistant clinical professor and director of Santa Clara University School of Law's Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic, as one of the Top 50 Women Leaders in Tech Law for 2014.
Tuesday, May. 20, 2014
Santa Clara University School of Law Assistant Professor Brian Love has been named co-director of the university’s highly regarded High Tech Law Institute.
Wednesday, May. 14, 2014
In response to the explosive growth of career opportunities for professionals versed in privacy law issues, Santa Clara University School of Law is launching a new certificate in privacy law for its students.
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014
On Feb. 14, the Santa Clara High Tech Law Journal will bring together prominent scholars, policy makers, practitioners, and entrepreneurs to discuss The Rise and Regulation of the High Tech Sharing Economy.
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013
"Balancing Privacy and Opportunity in the Internet Age" will be the topic of a series of panels before members of three California legislative committees this Thursday at Santa Clara University School of Law.
Tuesday, Mar. 27, 2012
Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA), a member of the Congressional Internet Caucus, will discuss technology policy issues including the battle over SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) and the crisis in U.S. STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in a public "technology town hall" meeting at Santa Clara University.
Friday, Oct. 7, 2011
The High Tech Law Institute will host an all-day academic conference Oct. 14 entitled "Defense 2.0: New Strategies for Reducing Patent Risk," co-sponsored by the UC Berkeley Center for Law & Technology.
Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010
Come hear what's new in patent law, straight from leading U.S. Patent and Trademark Office litigator, Raymond Chen, visiting Santa Clara University Feb. 9th