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Foreign Affairs Federalism and States' Rights

Professors David Freeman Engstrom and Bernadette Meyler discuss the Trump Administration's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of California’s creation of a regional cap-and-trade program for reducing carbon emissions that includes Quebec.

Public Interest Awards

The SLS National Public Service Award ceremony was held last week to honor two attorneys whose commitment to public service has had a national impact, including Stephanie Rudolph, JD ’11, Director of the Source of Income Discrimination Unit at the New York City Commission on Civil Rights, who received the Miles L. Rubin Public Interest Award.

DOJ Antitrust Investigation

Professor Mark Lemley weighs in on the  Department of Justice investigation into car manufacturers that have agreed to California's strict greenhouse gas emissions standards.

No Safe Haven for Human Rights Violators

International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic students Amanda McCaffrey, JD '20, and Andrew Moore, JD'19, discuss their work supporting the FBI’s International Human Rights Unit's pursuit of human rights violators around the globe.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

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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 1: Book Panel with Professor Meyler
November 1: China Guiding Cases Project Special Evening Event
November 6: Is the Thirteenth Amendment’s Ban on Slavery a Blank Check to Congress?
November 7: Lunchtime Talk with Judge Fernando Rodriguez
November 7: How to Teach Applied Legal Analytics and AI to Law Students: a Report from Leading Legal AI Expert Professor Kevin Ashley
November 7: On-Campus Screening: Free Men
November 11: Boots on the Ground
November 11: Professor Chaim N. Saiman, “The Rabbinic Idea of Law”
November 19: ‘She had…a Womb Subjected to Bondage’: The Afro-Atlantic Origins of British Colonial Descent Law
November 20: Rock Center Morning Speaker Series: Trends in the IPO Market: Looking Ahead to 2020

Access full event calendar here.

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