Transcript Fall 2020 Online Edition Features COVID and Community When the pandemic rained havoc of every sector of society, Berkeley Law students and faculty immediately jumped in to help. Racing Forward Berkeley Law's robust work on racial justice issues accelerated after the killing of George Floyd and the national reckoning it ignited. More Stories One-Credit Wonders 1Ls can choose from a compelling slate of small, one-credit courses. Scattered But Not Distant Berkeley Law’s intellectual life has continued at full speed through a steady stream of timely online offerings. Study Hall Prolific and pathbreaking faculty scholarship is happening at Berkeley Law. A Deep Dive on Toxins The Environmental Law Clinic fights toxic chemicals in federal court and at the State House. Academic Freedom Adding tech-law maven Chris Hoognagle and race scholar Asad Rahim, Berkeley Law has hired 19 new faculty members since 2017. Feeding Frenzy The Berkeley Center for Law and Business cooks up a tasty startup niche for foodtech entrepreneurs. Perseverance Personified The remarkable journey of California Law Review Editor-in-Chief Samson Lim '21, who spent six years in a wheelchair. Transcript Magazine Volume 55, Fall 2020 Read the full issue online Download the PDF View past issues of Transcript Transcript is published by the Berkeley Law Communications Department.