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Deporting Undocumented Dreamers: Rescinding DACA

On September 5, President Trump ordered an end to DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Here, Professor Jayashri Srikantiah explains DACA and potential implications of rescinding it.

Executive Orders, DACA, and the Constitution

Professor Michael McConnell discusses President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, President Trump's decision to rescinded DACA, and the Constitution.

Challenges Facing People with Disabilities in Disasters

Assistant Professor Rabia Belt discusses ways that lawmakers need to prepare to accommodate people with disabilities facing disasters such as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma––including planning for their safety and looking ahead to meet their needs.

What's Next for Calif. Death Penalty?

Proposition 66 was recently upheld by California’s Supreme Court—but with some limits. In this Q&A, Professor John Donohue discusses Prop. 66, the recent decision, and the future of death penalty cases in California.


Law and Ethics of Power and Parity

In this Stanford Magazine profile, Professor Deborah Rhode discusses her 38-year career at Stanford Law School, and her work in law and ethics and women in leadership.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

September 18: The Living Constitution’s Dead Hand with Harvard Law School Dean John F. Manning
September 21: What Directors Need to Know When Buying or Selling a Company
October 12-15: Alumni Weekend
October 17: Fall Public Service Awards Dinner
June 24-26, 2018: Directors' College

Access full event calendar here.

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