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Caucus Voting and the Disabled

Professor Rabia Belt explains the history of caucus voting in American presidential primaries and challenges it presents to people with disabilities and others.

Aiding Government with AI

A new report from SLS Policy Lab Administering by Algorithm: Artificial Intelligence in the Regulatory State looks at the growing role that AI technologies are playing in federal agency adjudication, enforcement, and other regulatory activities.
Field Study in South Africa
2L Lisa Muloma reflects on her field study in South Africa with Professor Jamie O'Connell's class Law, Lawyers, and Transformation in Democratic South Africa and the novel experience she had of being among many black professionals.

Judge Carlos T. Bea

A Stanford Lawyer magazine profile of Ninth Circuit Judge Carlos T. Bea, JD '58. 

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM Radio channel 132

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Upcoming Events @ SLS

February 27: Rethinking Insider Trading
February 27: Fighting for Undocumented Workers’ Rights in the Age of Trump
March 2: Redesigning Notice and Consent
March 4: Critical Conversations: On Race, Power, and the Curriculum (Criminal Law)
March 4: Combining Legal Action and Policy Reform for Justice: The Story of the Three Strikes Project
March 5: CLB Lunch with Neuralink’s General Counsel
March 5: This Year’s Under-the-Radar Supreme Court Cases
March 9: Alec Karakatsanis: Dismantling the Criminal Punishment Bureaucracy
March 9: The Law School Musical Presents: Cut Songs Cabaret

Access full event calendar here.

Alumni Weekend 2020 is October 15-18!

If you are in a reunion year, keep an eye out for an email about your classbook!

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