Quinton Johnson, J.D. ’10, joined Stanton Law in April 2021. An active member of the bar in Georgia and New York, his business transactions practice focuses on advising and counseling entrepreneurs, start-ups, and small-to-medium businesses throughout the business life cycle. While at Berkeley Law, Quinton served as president and treasurer of the Law Students of African Descent and productions editor for the Berkeley Journal of African-American Law & Policy.
Berkeley Students Join the Growing Call to Defund Campus Police
In June 2019, University of California Police Department officers arrived at a playground near the UC Village, a campus housing complex for students with children and families. The officers had been called by two boys, both African American, who reported that an unfamiliar woman had been taking pictures of them. When officers arrived, according to […]
Discriminatory Bylaws and Free SpeechBy Pat Joseph
On September 28, 2022, an opinion piece ran in the Los Angeles–based Jewish Journal that carried the alarming headline, “Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones.”
Is Free Speech Smart?
There appears to be a consensus among UC Berkeley law professors that despite his offensive views, alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulous had a legal right to speak on campus last September. And the UC administration has taken a hard and fast stance when it comes to speech, saying that any suppression of it would go against […]