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New Rock Center Executive Director

Former LinkedIn and Yahoo! G.C., Michael Callahan, will be the new executive director of the Rock Center for Corporate Governance.

Gun Violence and Law

Professor John Donohue III discusses gun safety and legislative developments after another mass shooting—this time in Parkland, Florida—that left 17 students and teachers dead. Donohue also appeared on Stanford Legal to discuss gun violence in America.

"Bobfest": Celebrating Bob Gordon

Legal scholars and historians from across campus and the country gathered at Stanford Law School to celebrate and discuss Professor Robert Gordon's scholarship and his recently published book Taming the Past: Essays in Law in History and History in Law.

The Mueller Investigation

Professor David Sklansky discusses the recent indictment, laws that were broken, and what’s next in the Mueller investigation.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

March 2: Federalist Society: Kevin Newsom on Pathways to the Bench
March 5: LegalTech & AI Panel
March 6: Rapid Response Training
March 7: Federalist Society: Katie Biber Chen on the Sharing Economy and the Regulatory State
March 7: The Roberts Court and the Expanding First Amendment: A Constitutional Conversation with Genevieve Lakier
March 8: Future of the Dairy Industry
March 8: A Conversation on Gun Violence
March 12: Diversity and Inclusion Summit 2018
March 13-14: Stanford/NVCA Venture Capital Symposium
March 15: Cultural Risk in the Organization – Are Your Directors Onboard?
April 5: CodeX FutureLaw 2018
April 12-14: We Robot 2018
June 11: 15th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
June 24-26: Directors' College

Access full event calendar here.

Stanford Legal Podcast on SiriusXM

Stanford Legal, a new bi-weekly podcast, gets to the core of some of the legal issues making headlines today.

Listen to the latest episode about privacy and body cameras with guest Professor Robert Weisberg here.

125th Anniversary

  • What stands out in your memory as quintessential SLS? Click here to share your favorite SLS moments, memories, and impressions.
  • Check out the SLS 125 video.

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