Guest Post by Santa Clara Law 1L and Colleague: Alana Wilson “There’s no such thing as murder. There’s only murder statutes.” – Professor W. David Ball, Santa Clara University of Law Murder vs. Homicide Contrary to popular belief, murder and homicide do not mean the same thing. Homicide encompasses a wider range of killings including […]
My colleagues, Jui Apte, Phil Fox and I started a group chat around the first week of school to track any time a professor makes a “key point” for exams. I am sharing the points we’ve listed so far below (check back for updates): ————– Phil LAW 101A: LARAW (Courtney Huizar) -Nov 2-5: Final […]
Artificial Intelligence is, as a field of study, larger than Machine Learning. In fact, ML is just a specific subset of AI. I wasn’t too clear on where exactly the line was drawn, but it turns out the accepted industry answer is that you can have AI without ML, but whenever you’re doing ML, that’s a form of AI.
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.
If you haven’t heard of impostor syndrome yet, Alex really summed it up well here I’m not sure what it is specifically about law school but for some reason it makes us lose our minds and forget all of the lessons we learned over our MANY years of previous schooling. Should we do […]
Impostor syndrome is when you’re convinced that you’ve faked your way to where you are now and that it’s only a matter of time before the people around you start to catch on. The problem here is that knowing you have it doesn’t actually make it any better.
Guest Post by Santa Clara Law 1L and Colleague: Phil Fox An easy way to remember what promissory estoppel is could be to look at the first word and remember “promise.” Simply and quickly put, promissory estoppel is justified reliance on a promise. Broken down: Justified: a reasonable person would do the same based on […]