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Justice Sotomayor Visits Stanford
On March 10, Stanford Law School hosted Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor. During her visit, she met with law students and faculty and then spoke to a packed audience at Memorial Auditorium in a Q&A with Dean M. Elizabeth Magill.
Dangers of Congressional Tinkering with the Civil Justice System
Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom argues that recent congressional moves affecting the civil justice system are not only misguided—but dangerous.
U.S. Policy Should Focus on Solar and Collaboration with China
A new report from
Stanford Law’s Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance
encourages the United States to collaborate with China on solar energy research in order to benefit the global climate and U.S. economy.
Spotlight on Judge Gorsuch
Stanford Law Review
has posted a collection of essays on Judge Gorsuch that seek to offer a legally-grounded analysis of what he might be like as a Justice.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS
Government Hacking: Evidence & Court Disclosure of Vulnerabilities
CodeX FutureLaw Conference 2017
Startup Bootcamp for Lawyers
SPILF “Bid for Justice” Auction
TEDxStanford 2017: In the Moment
14th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
Directors' College 2017
Alumni Weekend 2017
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