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  1. In an amicus brief supporting 230, Santa Clara University School of Law professor Eric Goldman said that the law as it currently stands doesn’t just promote freedom of speech, it’s allowed a national standard that gives new companies more room to break through a crowded and near-monopolized online space. Without automated content systems, Goldman wrote that companies would be pushed toward “more costly solutions that would circumscribe author-users’ abilities to publish content of all types.”

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  3. Santa Clara University School of Law is offering its part-time Juris Doctor degree in a hybrid online format for the first time starting in fall 2023. Aimed at the working professional or family-focused student, the Flex J.D. provides the same world-class instruction and networking opportunities offered by the top-ranked Silicon Valley-based law school, with greater flexibility to complete learning remotely, with in-person education provided on a condensed timetable.

  4. At Santa Clara Law, you will get the training and knowledge you need no matter what area of law you decide to pursue. Our centers, clinics , online programs and externships offer students varied opportunities to develop professional lawyering skills, collaborate with faculty who share their interests, and help those in need.

  5. Santa Clara University - Best Law Schools - US News

    Santa Clara University is ranked No. 133 (tie) in Best Law Schools and No. 43 (tie) in Part-time Law. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators ...

  6. Santa Clara University School of Law - Wikipedia

    Santa Clara Law offers the Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree, as well as several double-degree programs, including J.D./Master of Business Administration (J.D./M.B.A.) and J.D./Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) offered in conjunction with Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business, ranked 10th in graduate programs on the U.S. News & World Report graduate schools rankings.

  7. Santa Clara University provides a wide range of opportunities for undergraduates to build a strong pre-law foundation. Early in their undergraduate program, pre-law students should consult not only with their major advisor but also with one of the designated pre-law advisors. Consultation with a pre-law advisor familiarizes the student with the rigors of law school, the practice of law, the burden of law school debt, and the means to best secure employment as an attorney.

  8. Content Posted in 2023. Children's Health Defense v. Washington Post, Northern District of Texas. Jackson v. Twitter, Central District of California. Plaintiff A v. Park Hill School District, Western District of Missouri.

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    — Faculty discuss Pritzker School of Law opting out from U.S. News rankings — Volleyball: Northwestern recruits Santa Clara University transfer Julia Sangiacomo as outside hitter Advertisement

  10. Santa Clara University School of Law. Aug 2022 - Present6 months. Santa Clara, California, United States. •Presently enrolled in California State Bar doctrinal courses: Property Law, Contract ...

  11. ANALYSIS: Meet the Law Schools Leading the Way in Innovation

    Jan. 25, 2023, 2:00 AM. As law firms, businesses, and their clients adapt to the new realities of the legal and business worlds, law schools must prepare students in new ways—beyond traditional law school curricula and teaching methods—to give students an experience and education that better prepares them for their post-graduation careers.

  12. Santa Clara University School of Law | The Law School ...

    The Santa Clara Law community has a true commitment to social justice, and many students choose to serve the poor and the marginalized while in law school through the school’s many clinics (see Clinical Programs below). Students also serve while they learn through programs offered by the Center for Social Justice and Public Service, which emphasizes the use of law and the legal system to improve the lives of marginalized, subordinated, or underrepresented clients and causes.