This is probably the nerdiest post you’ll ever read on this site so strap in. (Huge thank you to Alex Handley and Jeff Cohen for collaborating w/me on this project!). It didn’t really hit me until second semester but I realized that Civil Procedure is really just akin to a trade carding game I’ve consistently […]
The USPTO asked for comments regarding the under-representation of women and minority groups in the patent system as part of a study they must conduct per the SUCCESS Act. Santa Clara Law Professor, Eric Goldman, and I responded along with 22 other signatories. — Last weekend, I accomplished another exciting career milestone: co-authoring and publishing […]
The curse of being an engineer is that it’s not enough to simply complete a process, it has to be optimized as you go. Below are a few thoughts on optimizing the process of picking and juicing oranges:
Guest Post By Santa Clara University School of Law 1.5L, Sarina Jwo NIM Plastics Corp. v. Standex International Corp. In the land of Contracts, there are two main building blocks of law: common law and the Uniform Commercial Code. They’re DIFFERENT. Which do you apply? At a glance, it’s simple: if it’s a sale of […]
Breaking down the case of Flores-Figueroa v. United States and learning from the court’s arguments insight into communicating complex concepts simply to other people.
https://xkcd.com/738/ Sullivan v. O’Connor Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, 1973 363 Mass. 579 , 296 N.E.2d 183. My case brief: http://bit.ly/2MDgSgn This is a case about plastic surgery gone terribly wrong. My colleague, Andrew San Jose, brought up an intriguing point: To win this case, you, the lawyer, essentially have to roast your client in front […]