New Initiatives at the Youth and Education Law Project – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

During the fall 2023 quarter, the Youth & Education Law Project (YELP) launched two new projects to engage a wider segment of the Stanford Law School (SLS) community in advocating for Bay... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Early Termination Motion Granted and Case Dismissal – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Jessica Seamands, ’23, and Angela Liu, ’24 EARLY TERMINATION MOTION GRANTED IN RECOGNITION OFGENUINE REHABILITATION Angela Liu and Jessica Seamands worked with AFPD Angela Hansen on an early termination motion for a... Read more »
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Criminal Defense Clinic: Officers’ K9 Sniffing Expedition Found Unlawful Motion to Suppress Granted, Case Dismissed – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

OFFICERS’ K9 SNIFFING EXPEDITION FOUND UNLAWFULMOTION TO SUPPRESS GRANTED, CASE DISMISSED Andrew Hiyama, ’24, and Denni Arnold, ’24 Andrew Hiyama and Denni Arnold represented a client, who like many in our community,... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Tinted Window, Tainted Investigation. Case Dismissed Early by the DA in 1538 Suppression Motion! – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

TINTED WINDOWS, TAINTED INVESTIGATION. CASE DISMISSED EARLY BY THE DA IN 1538 SUPPRESSION MOTION! Cheyenne Joshua, ’24, and Jordan Payne, ’24 Cheyenne Joshua and Jordan Payne represented a 26-year-old Black man who... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Case Dismissed by DA After Criminal Defense Clinic Raises Constitutional Challenge – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

CASE DISMISSED BY DA AFTER CRIMINAL DEFENSE CLINIC RAISES CONSTITUTIONALCHALLENGE Emily Bruell, ’24, and Madison Irene, ’24 Madison Irene and Emily Bruell represented a 23-year-old man who was the lawful owner of... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Motion to Suppress- Granted! – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

MOTION TO SUPPRESS—GRANTED! Holst Katsma, ’24, and Marin Callaway, ’24 Marin Callaway and Holst Katsma represented a 45-year-old father who has lived in the Bay Area his entire life. Our client caught... Read more »

RIP Michael Mills, Legal Tech Visionary and Innovator

Well before the rest of the legal industry was talking about artificial intelligence, Michael Mills was talking about artificial intelligence. “The legal community needs to navigate the world of Artificial Intelligence,” he... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Changing a Mind to Change a Life and Winning the Second Effort – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Adrienne Irmer, ’23 and Jamie Halper, ’23 CHANGING A MIND TO CHANGE A LIFEAdrienne Irmer and Jamie Halper had the honor of representing an incredible 59-year-old man who had worked hard to... Read more »

Criminal Defense Clinic: Case Dismissal and Grant of Early Termination Motion – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Merlin MacGillivray, ’24 and Andreas Jackson, ’24 CASE DISMISSED!Andreas Jackson and Merlin MacGillivray represented a 41-yearold man who had been cited for possession of cocaine following a supposed welfare check. Although the... Read more »

Juelsgaard Clinic Asks Eleventh Circuit to Reject Abuse of Copyright and Protect Legitimate Competition – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

Bridget Amoako and Brendan Saunders Can one company abuse the copyright over its software to block another from offering a product that makes it easier to examine security vulnerabilities in that software?... Read more »

Juelsgaard Clinic Urges Balance in Standards-Essential Patent Policy – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

The Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic recently submitted comments endorsing a fair and balanced approach to standards-essential patents (SEP) policy and encouraging federal agencies to formalize a statement embodying those principles.... Read more »

ELC Supports Efforts by Tribes and Environmental Justice Advocates to Reframe California Water Rights – Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School

As climate change makes water scarcity a perpetual reality in California, the health, culture, and wellbeing of vulnerable Californians and the survival of native species hinge on the State’s stewardship of water... Read more »
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