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Roger Stone Sentencing

Professor Robert Weisberg weighs in on interference by Department of Justice leadership in the sentencing of Trump advisor Roger Stone.

Women's Vote, 100 Years On

Professor Deborah Rhode looks back at voting rights for women in the U.S., 100 years after passage of the 19th Amendment.

Celebrating BLSA & Black History

The Stanford Black Law Students Association (BLSA) kicked off Black History Month by celebrating its founding at the group’s 50th Anniversary Brunch and 7th Annual Black History Month Gala.

New CodeX Data Podcast

This first episode of a new podcast series Our Data explores facial recognition software and AI with Stephen Caines, residential fellow with Stanford’s CodeX Center for Legal Informatics.

China, Trade, and Politics

Former Ambassador to China Max Baucus discusses trade with China and his career in government service—including his tenure as U.S. Senator from Montana from 1978 to 2014—in this Stanford Lawyer magazine interview with Professor Alan Sykes.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM Radio channel 132

Listen and subscribe to Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman here. It is also available on iTunes and SoundCloud.

You can listen to Stanford Legal every other Saturday at 7:00 am and 12:00 pm PST and Sunday at 8:00 am PST on SiriusXM channel 132.

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

Upcoming Events @ SLS

February 17: #MeToo: Why Now? What’s Next?
February 18: The SCOTUS Immigration Cases
February 19: The Board’s Oversight of Complex Disclosure Issues, The Rise of Shareholder Activism, and What to Expect in the Upcoming Proxy Season
February 19: Critical Conversations: On Race, Power, and the Curriculum (Constitutional Law)
February 20: A Conversation with Judge Jon S. Tigar
February 20: Federalist Society: Chris Walker on Administrative Law
February 22: Shaking the Foundations Conference
February 25: Sufficient to Tame Their Brute Nature: Prison Management, Incarceration, and Escape in Qing China
February 25: Writing Policy Reports
February 25: California Consumer Privacy Act: Compliance Approaches, Litigation Risks, and Trends After the First Eight Weeks
March 5: This Year’s Under-the-Radar Supreme Court Cases

Access full event calendar here.

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