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SLS Faculty on the Election

SLS faculty discuss key post-election issues, including the Supreme Court, the Voting Rights Act, executive power, race, the Affordable Care Act, marriage equality, the electoral college, the Rust Belt vote, Dodd-Frank, corporate governance, gun control, and climate change.

Firearms Industry and Tort Litigation

In this Q&A, Professor Studdert discusses “Testing the Immunity of the Firearm Industry to Tort Litigation,” (JAMA Internal Medicine article co-authored with John Donohue and Michelle Mello) and outlines strengths and weaknesses of tort litigation as a tool for gun control.

Religious Liberty Clinic's Landmark Sikh Case

In this report, SLS Religious Liberty Clinic participants discuss a landmark settlement that the clinic helped to secure with national trucking giant J.B. Hunt that will allow its Sikh truck drivers to maintain their hair in accordance with their religion.

Racial Justice Beyond Constitutional Law

In this video, Professor Ralph Richard Banks discusses racial justice in the U.S. and his latest scholarship—a project to produce a casebook on racial justice and law.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS

November 18: Ayotzinapa 2 Years Later – Family Members of the Disappeared Students Share Stories of Their Struggle for Justice
December 1: Child Support in the Face of Poverty: Gender Perspectives in Latin America
December 2: Achieving Diversity in the Boardroom and C-Suite: Barriers, Biases, and Breakthroughs
December 7: SLS Swearing-In Ceremony

Access full event calendar here.

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