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Colleen Chien Publishes “Beyond Eureka: What Creators Want (Freedom, Credit, and Audiences) and ​How Intellectual Property Can Help (by Supporting, Sharing, Licensing, and Attribution)” in Michigan Law Review

Santa Clara University School of Law professor Colleen Chien has published “Beyond Eureka: What Creators Want (Freedom, Credit, and Audiences) and ​How Intellectual Property Can Help (by Supporting Sharing, Licensing, and Attribution)” in the Michigan Law Review. Abstract: In the

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Professor David Ball Publishes “‘A False Idea of Economy’: Costs, Counties, and the Origins of the California Correctional System” in The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

Santa Clara University School of Law professor David Ball has published an article examining California’s prison system in The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Abstract: Realignment in California comes at a time when the state’s

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“Delay, Delay, Delay”: Why Senators’ Refusal to Hold US Supreme Court Nomination Hearings Degrades Our Constitutional Process

By Professor Margaret M. Russell This article is part of a series on issues surrounding the replacement of Associate Justice Antonin Scalia. View other articles in this series. Shortly after Associate Justice Antonin Scalia’s death on Saturday, February 13, political

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