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The Travel Ban, Three Years On

Professor Shirin Sinnar shares her views on the current version of President Trump’s executive order on Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States, commonly referred to as the “Muslim travel ban.”

China Trade Deal

Professor Alan O. Sykes explains key aspects of the newly signed “Phase One” trade agreement with China that covers IP, agriculture, energy, and more.

Indian Child Welfare Act

Professor Gregory Ablavsky discusses 
Brackeen v. Bernhardt en banc, a broad constitutional challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act that the Fifth Circuit reheard last week.

New Faculty

Stanford Law School (SLS) welcomes 
Julian Nyarko as an assistant professor of law. Nyarko’s scholarship combines quantitative methods, natural language processing, and machine learning with contract design and drafting under U.S. and international law.

Saudi Crackdown on Dissent

Beth Van Schaack, director of Stanford's International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic, co-authored a piece with clinic student Edward Crouse for Just Security on the Saudi crackdown on dissent and how it violates the kingdom's international legal obligations.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM Radio channel 132

Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, can now be found Saturdays at 7:00 am PST and Sundays at 8:00 am PST 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 at 7:00 am PST and Sundays at 8:00 am PST,
bi-weekly on SiriusXM channel 132.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

February 6: Internet and Society Lab
February 10: Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins on DACA rescission legislation
February 11: Conversation with Judge Hosea Angula
February 11: Felon: Poems—In conversation with Reginald Dwayne Betts
February 12: Public Workshop on Venture Capital and Antitrust
February 12: Carceral Imaginaries: A Panel on Arts, Race, and Incarceration
February 13: What Does the Fourteenth Amendment Mean?
February 13: Public Policy Data with Professor John Donohue
February 13: Falling in Love While Black
February 17: #MeToo: Why Now? What’s Next?

Access full event calendar here.

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