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Flynn and the Fifth

Professor Robert Weisberg discusses former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s attempts to withhold documents from Senate investigators and why the files are not protected by the Fifth Amendment.  

Race and Districting Decision

Professor Nate Persily discusssed Cooper v. Harris, a case in which the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that North Carolina Republicans relied too heavily on race when they drew two congressional voting districts.

Cases at the Supreme Court

Professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette weighs in on two important IP cases decided this week by the U.S. Supreme Court, TC Heartland v. Kraft and Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark Inc.  

Can Legal Services Survive the Budget Cuts?

Professor Deborah Rhode discusses President Trump's proposed funding cut for the federal Legal Services Corporation [LSC]. LSC funding addresses basic needs such as domestic violence protection, housing, family law, and veterans' benefits.

Con Law Center Looks for "Big Fix"

Constitutional scholars from across the country recently gathered at Stanford to discuss potential overhauls to the U.S. Constitution. Participants in the “Big Fix” conference, hosted by the Stanford Constitutional Law Center, proposed 27 new amendments in total that were presented over the course of two days.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS

June 6: Stanford, Yale, and Harvard Law Schools 2017 Junior Faculty Forum
June 12: 14th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
June 17: Law School Diploma Ceremony
June 18: Stanford Commencement
June 25-27: Directors' College 2017
October 12-15: Alumni Weekend 2017

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