Prof. Colleen Chien and W. David Ball co-authored a paper, “Proving Actionable Racial Disparity Under the California Racial Justice Act.”
Prof. Colleen Chien published an article, “Distinguishing & Predicting Drug Patents.”
Prof. Colleen Chien contributed a comment, “In Praise of Inequality,” to a symposium on Orly Lobel’s book, “The Equality Machine.”
Prof. Colleen Chien’s scholarly efforts were cited multiple times in a letter from Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee to the USPTO expressing concerns about low patenting rates by women, people of color, and others.
Prof. Colleen Chien testified before the Committee on Revision of the Penal Code about the California Racial Justice Act based on her work with Paper Prisons.
Prof. Stephen Diamond published an article, “The ‘Corporate Governance’ Myth.”
Prof. Eric Goldman posted an article, “A SAD New Category of Abusive Intellectual Property Litigation.”
Prof. Sue Guan posted an article, “The Rise of the Finfluencer.”
Prof. Pratheepan Gulasekaram posted an article, “The Second Amendment’s ‘People’ Problem.” The article was reviewed by the Originalism Blog.
The International Human Rights Clinic published a “toolkit” to “defend environmental human rights in the Americas through existing norms and jurisprudence from the Inter-American System & … the Escazú Agreement.”
Prof. Lisa Kloppenberg did a Portia Project interview discussing her relationship with, & biography of, Judge Dorothy Nelson.
Deans Laura Lee Norris and Eric Goldmanevaluated Santa Clara Law’s Tech Edge JD Program after 4 years, including what worked, what did not, and why.
Prof. Kerry Macintosh published “Dobbs, Abortion Laws, & In Vitro Fertilization.”
Prof. Michelle Oberman published an essay, “One Florida Case Shows How the U.S. Became a Rogue State on Abortion.”
Prof. Tyler Ochoa published a preliminary analysis of Trump’s copyright lawsuit against Bob Woodward and Simon & Schuster.
Prof. David Sloss’ book, Tyrants on Twitter, was named one of 8 finalists for the American Bar Association’s 2023 Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts.
Prof. Gary Spitko posted an article, “Arbitration Secrecy.”
Prof. Tseming Yang posted an article, “Old and New Environmental Racism.”
You have to consider that education is one of the most important investments that you will ever make in your whole life. This is why your parents save money in order for you to get in a good college and finish it. As a parent, you want your child to have the best education money can buy. With a college education, your children will be able to live a good life.
College education is required by many companies today in order to have a spirited workforce that will keep their company competitive in the world of business. Whatever field your child chooses, you have to remember that college education will land them that job they want and also secure their future.
You also have to consider that the high paying jobs today requires a college degree. If your child doesn’t have a college degree, then the chances for them to find the job they want with good compensation will be very hard.
However, what if you can’t afford to pay for college? With the decline in today’s economy, just making ends meet is a challenge. So, you may now ask, what about your child? What happens to your plans in saving money for them in order to get in a good college?