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SCOTUS Decision on Juries and Racial or Ethnic Bias

Professor Robert Weisberg discusses this week's SCOTUS decision that courts must disclose secret jury deliberations if they are found to be marred by racial or ethnic bias.

SLS Faculty Weigh In on New Executive Order

President Donald J. Trump signed a revised executive order on March 6 banning immigrants from six Muslim-majority countries. In this Q&A, SLS Professors Michael McConnell, Shirin Sinnar, and Allen Weiner discuss the new order.

Legal Immigrants and Deportation

Professor Jeffrey Fisher, who argued Esquivel-Quintana v. Sessions last week, discusses the important immigrant deportation case with Dhalia Lithwick on the Slate podcast Amicus (begins 00:27:05).

SLS Students Discuss Challenges Faced by Afghans Applying for Visas

Stanford Law School students Juliana Goldrosen and Ari Hoffman were guests on former Senator Bill Bradley’s Sirius XM radio show, American Voices, to discuss the challenges and lengthy delays encountered by Afghans who apply to the Special Immigrant Visa program.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS

March 10: The Romanov Remains: The Search and the Identification
March 13: Center for Law and Biosciences lunch with Meredith Wadman
March 14: California Privacy Law – Best Practices for Internet, Mobile and E-commerce Providers
March 16: Stockholder Engagement: Cooperation, Confrontation or Tacit Standoff?
April 6: CodeX FutureLaw Conference 2017
June 12: 14th Annual Stanford ECommerce Best Practices Conference
June 25-27: Directors' College 2017
October 12-15: Alumni Weekend 2017

Access full event calendar here.

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