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Expanding Global Law Program

SLS will expand its global educational offerings through a $25 million gift from William A. Franke LLB ‘61 (BA '59), a prominent businessman and lifelong philanthropist. The gift will endow SLS’s Global Initiative which will now be named the W. A. Franke Global Law Program.

The Post-Kennedy Court

Dahlia Lithwick, JD ’96, senior editor for Slate, joined Stanford Legal on SiriusXM co-hosts Professors Pam Karlan and Joe Bankman in a special discussion about covering the Supreme Court and changes to it after Justice Kennedy’s retirement.

New Legal-Social Work Collaborative

Stanford Law is launching a new program that brings social work graduate students to the Mills Legal Clinic for interdisciplinary work with law students. Kiu "Kathy" Ho joined SLS this fall to launch the program.

Subminimum Employment for People with Disabilities

Assistant Professor Rabia Belt and Doron Dorfman, lecturer in law, discuss the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), noting its accomplishments as well as its loopholes and shortcomings.

Fair Use at the Supreme Court

Should a cable news network be able to stop a major media-monitoring service provider from recording, indexing, and screening its news coverage? The Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic filed an amicus brief in October to address this concern.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

Click here to listen to the latest episodes: View past recordings of Stanford Legal episodes on YouTube and Facebook.

Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM Insight 121.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

November 6: CLB Lunch Talk with Wendi Wright, Chief Privacy Officer, Stanford Office of the Chief Risk Officer
November 7: One Giant Leap for Machinekind: Generative Adversarial Networks and the Next Age of Tech Regulation
November 7: Now What? The Trump Judges and the Future of the Administrative State
November 8: Federalist Society: Freedom of Speech and Hostile Environment Harassment Law
November 8: Racial Discrimination and Mass Incarceration:An International and Comparative Perspective
November 8: “Chief Justice Robots”: A Talk by Professor Eugene Volokh of UCLA
November 13: Constitutional Conversation with Leah Litman, Assistant Professor of Law at University of California, Irvine School of Law
November 13: Federalist Society: Why the Anti-Federalist Papers Matter
November 13: BioLaw Lunch Talk with Professor Grant Miller – Global Public Health Policy and Behavior Modification
November 15: How Boards Can Influence Culture and Assess Risk
November 15: ILS Lunchtime Event with Michael Matheson
Apr 4: CodeX FutureLaw 2019

Access full event calendar here.

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