Features

Law at 100 

LAW AT 100

A century of legal education at SCU. See snapshots from across the years and look at the big picture of how the legal landscape has changed.


The Big Idea! 

THE BIG IDEA!

Michael S. Malone '75, MBA '77 on the life of the mind, Silicon Valley gold, and a brief history of intellectual property law.


Women's Work 

WOMEN'S WORK

Jobs, the law, and a century of redefining "differences." Legal scholar Stephanie M. Wildman offers a take on the big picture.


Altruism V. Apathy 

ALTRUISM V. APATHY

Beth Van Schaack makes the case for international criminal law—from Nuremberg to Yugoslavia and into the 21st century.


Until Proven Innocent 

UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT

For a decade, the Northern California Innocence Project has made its reputation by exonerating the wrongfully convicted.


A Wild Surge of Guilty Passion 

A WILD SURGE OF GUILTY PASSION

It was known as the crime of the century. And it's the stuff of Ron Hansen's latest novel, set in Prohibition-era New York. Here's the story behind the book.


What do investors really want? 

WHAT DO INVESTORS REALLY WANT?

Renowned behavioral finance expert Meir Statman reveals how our desires shape our actions when it comes to investing. (Hint: It's not just money that we're after.)


Summer 2011

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Features

Law at 100

A century of legal education at SCU.

What do investors really want?

A renowned behavioral finance expert reveals how our desires shape our actions when it comes to investing.

Mission Matters

Water, water everywhere

Ed Maurer has a well-earned reputation as an expert on sustainable water resources development.

State of the University

"Strategic agility" to do life-changing work.

Bronco Profile

Tree still stands tall

The nickname that Dennis Awtrey ’70 earned at SCU doesn't require much explanation.

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