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Is China Stealing U.S. IP?

President Trump announced stiff new tariffs in March, hitting back at China for what he calls “the unfair and harmful acquisition of U.S. technology.” Here, Professor Paul Goldstein discusses IP and China.

It's Tax Time!

In this Q&A, Professor Joseph Bankman explains why the U.S. tax filing system is so complicated and what can be done to relieve the anxiety we all feel on April 15.

California Foreign Policy?

A new paper co-authored by Professor David Freeman Engstrom  for Washington Quarterly looks at how California and other states are acting on their own on the international stage.

Bolton’s Illegal War Plan for North Korea

In this New York Times op-ed, Professor Allen Weiner discusses President Trump’s new national security adviser and the administration's plans for North Korea.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

Click here to listen to the latest episodes: Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pam Karlan and Joe Bankman, airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM Insight 121.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

April 17: Lawyers as Leaders: Malissia Clinton 
April 17: AI, Autonomous Vehicles, and the Regulatory Road Ahead
April 17: Online Ads &The Challenges for Lawyers – Lunch Time Talk with Struan Robertson
April 18: Do algorithms reveal sexual orientation or just expose our stereotypes? Lunch Talk with Margaret Mitchell
April 19: The Board's Role in Innovation and Strategy
April 21: 26th Annual SPILF Bid for Justice Auction
April 23: Seeing Law: Using Visual Design in Legal Practice
April 24: The Regulation of AI: Current Regulations and Future Predictions  Lunch Talk with Cooley
April 26: IP Law and the Biosciences Conference
April 26: Issues in Environmental Law: The Flint Water Crisis, a conversation with Kathleen Falk 
April 26: AI, Data Science, and the Gender Gap 
June 11: 15th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
June 24-26: Directors' College

Access full event calendar here.

125th Anniversary

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