Thursday, Mar. 8, 2012
The occasion of the 2012 Katharine and George Alexander Law Prize, being awarded to the lead prosecutor against alleged perpetrators of the massacre of six Jesuits and two women 23 years ago in El Salvador, shines a new light on how justice is closer than ever for the martyrs memorialized on SCU's campus.
Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012
South Korea may be the 15th-largest country in the world by GDP, but it regularly is the largest source of non-U.S students seeking an advanced law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law.
Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011
Human trafficking is a target on the streets and in the classroom.
Friday, Oct. 14, 2011
Many people marvel at how Steve Jobs turned Apple into one of the world's favorite brands, and they wonder how the company achieved such vision, creativity, and innovation. One psychology professor has an unexpected answer: work-related conflicts.
Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011
Many organizations tout their workplace as diverse and point to their efforts in hiring and promoting people from different backgrounds. But do these cases reflect reality in the workplace?