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Faculty Holiday Reading and Listening

Are you looking for a gift suggestion—or something to read yourself during this holiday season? Need a recommendation for a good podcast? Here, Stanford Law faculty members offer their favorites from the year.

Impeachment Proceedings

Professor David Sklansky weighs in on the House impeachment of President Trump and next steps in this historic process.

China, Trade, and Politics

Max Baucus, LLB ’67 (BA ’64), former ambassador to China and U.S. senator from Montana, discusses his 40-year career in public office and the current trade negotiations with China with Professor Alan O. Sykes in the latest issue of Stanford Lawyer magazine.

Access to Justice

Marking the 10-year anniversary of the Stanford Center on the Legal Profession, Professor Deborah Rhode discusses economic disparity in legal services delivery, barriers to change, and reforms necessary to improve it.

Torts Damages and Bias

Professors Robert Rabin and Nora Freeman Engstrom discuss a new California law that prohibits reductions of damages for lost earnings in personal injury and wrongful death cases when based on race, gender or ethnicity.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM Radio channel 132

Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, can now be found on SiriusXM channel 132. It is also available on iTunes and SoundCloud. Listen and subscribe to the podcast here.

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

Stanford Legal airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM channel 132.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

January 14: Law and Policy Lab Climate Forum “What can we at Stanford do to mitigate climate change?”
January 14: The Publisher’s Unpublished Empire: Samuel French and Authority Over Theatrical Copyright, 1856-1891
January 14: The Grim Impact of Judicial Secrecy on Public Health and Safety

Access full event calendar here.

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