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Homeschooling, the Law, and State Oversight

Recent cases raise questions about state oversight of children in alternative schooling and how child endangerment can be identified. In this Q&A, Professors Bill Koski and Michael Wald discuss the law and homeschooling.

Mandated Influenza Vaccination

Professors Michelle Mello and James A. Sonne write in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine about EEOC v. Mission Hospital and hospital mandated influenza vaccination policies. In this Q&A, they answer questions about their research and findings on this topic.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

Catch up on the latest episodes of Stanford Legal, the new SLS podcast co-hosted by Professors Pam Karlan and Joseph Bankman. Recent discussions cover the sharing economy, commercializing marijuana, the power of prosecutors, immigration, veteran treatment courts and more.

Aerospace Corp. GC

In this Stanford Lawyer magazine profile, Malissia Clinton, JD ’93, discusses her career at The Aerospace Corporation, as well as the ongoing challenges of racism in the U.S.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

February 6: Researching Statutes and Legislation
February 6: Federalist Society: D. Brooks Smith on Political Attacks on the Judiciary
February 6: Stanford CIS Privacy Counsel Lunch Series: Sue Glueck
February 7: Stanford Viennese Ball 2018: Austrian Fortnight Dance Classes
February 8: The Elephant in the Room: The Legal Profession, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse
February 9: Representing International Nonprofits: General Counsel of International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW)
February 9-10: Stanford Law Review Symposium: Federalism in an Age of Polarization
February 12: A Conversation with CRISPR Therapeutics Senior Counsel Mike Biro
February 12: Invasive Surveillance of Wildlife: A Matter of Life or Death?
February 12: Litigating Free Speech on Campus: A Conversation with Harmeet Dhillon
February 13: Picturing Corporate Practice with Professor Jay Mitchell, a Policy Lab Workshop
February 13: An Evening with Kara Stein, Commissioner of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
February 15: Robotics and AI: How will Boards Embrace Tomorrow’s Technologies?
February 21: How Crowdsourcing Accurately and Robustly Predicts Supreme Court Decisions
June 11: 15th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
June 24-26: Directors' College

Access full event calendar here.

125th Anniversary Upcoming Events

February 15: Orange County: SLS 125 Celebration Luncheon

February 16: San Diego: SLS 125 Celebration Luncheon

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