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Digital Epidemiology

In a new paper published in Science, 
Professor Michelle Mello and her co-author examine uses of digital technologies to fight COVID-19 around the world and weigh key ethical and governance considerations.

Flynn Charges

Professor David Sklansky discusses the charges against former national security advisor Michael Flynn, the Department of Justice’s case, and efforts to have the charges dismissed.

Tracking COVID-19 in Detroit

The newly launched Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab (RegLab) at Stanford, directed by Professor Daniel Ho, is working with the Detroit Health Department to improve tracking of COVID-19 during the health crisis.

Access to Justice

Professor Deborah Rhode, director of the Center on the Legal Profession, co-authored a Recorder op-ed with Jason Soloman, the center's executive director, about access to justice during the COVID-19 crisis.


SLS Alumni Weekend Postponed

Stanford Alumni Association and Stanford Law School jointly announced this week that they have made the difficult decision to postpone 2020 reunions until 2021 due to health and safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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