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Legal Issues
in the Sharing Economy

In this Stanford Lawyer magazine feature, SLS faculty and alumni discuss challenges in the sharing economy and how the law is developing in this growing part of this growing area.


Miguel Mendez Remembered

Miguel Méndez, a pioneer of clinical legal education and Stanford Law’s first Latino professor, passed away on May 25. Here, former colleagues and students reflect on his contributions to law and education.


SLS Faculty on Comey and Sessions Senate Hearings

Professor Robert Weisberg discusses last week's James Comey testimony with Dahlia Lithwick on her SLATE podcast, Amicus. Professor David Sklansky offers legal analysis on AG Jeff Session's statements in a Q&A with Stanford News.


Making Google the Censor

In this New York Times op-ed, Daphne Keller, the director of Intermediary Liability at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society and former associate general counsel to Google, discusses the dangers of asking platforms like Google and Facebook to build tools to identify and remove extremist content.
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