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  •  Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic Expands Capacity to Serve More Students and Entrepreneurs

    Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014
    Reflecting high demand for hands-on legal help for startup entrepreneurs, Santa Clara University School of Law’s year-old Entrepreneurs' Law Clinic has recently expanded in capacity, serving twice as many entrepreneurs and providing hands-on experience to 50 percent more law students.
  •  Santa Clara University's Accounting Program is 8th Best in the Country According to LinkedIn's "Career Outcomes" Study.

    Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014
    The accounting program at Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business was ranked 8th best in the nation by LinkedIn's "career outcomes" study.
  •  Santa Clara University Launches Jerry Smith Coaching for Life Academy

    Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014
    Santa Clara University’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology is launching a new endeavor to promote the importance of developing leadership and life skills featuring one of the most successful coaches in collegiate soccer. The Jerry Smith Coaching for Life Academy (JSCFLA) is SCU’s first sports leadership program and will host its inaugural workshop next week on Thursday, Oct. 9. The Academy’s mission is to help educate and prepare coaches, players, and parents to achieve success in sports and life.
  •  Santa Clara University to Receive Funding for Privacy Education from Netflix Settlement

    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.
  •  Santa Clara University Holds Career Fair, Encourages Students to “Think Beyond Their Major.”

    Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014
    Dozens of Silicon Valley employers will visit with students on Santa Clara University’s campus tomorrow in hopes of attracting some of the Bay Area’s brightest talent. The Fall Career Fair will feature more than 150 companies including Gap Inc., Cisco, Kaiser Permanente, The Walt Disney Company, Stryker, the Tech Museum, and Tesla, which will have a Model S on display.
  •  Gov. Brown Signs Two NCIP-Sponsored Bills into Law, Aiding Wrongfully Convicted

    Friday, Sep. 26, 2014
    Two California laws supported by the Northern California Innocence Project at SCU, to helps wrongfully convicted prisoners obtain DNA testing or overturn convictions based on outdated expert testimony, were signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

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