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Las Vegas Shooting

Professor John Donohue discusses federal and state gun regulation in the aftermath of the Las Vegas mass shooting.

Remembering Justice Thurgood Marshall

Professor Deborah Rhode marks the 50-year anniversary of the swearing in of Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Let Wronged Workers Join Together

Professor David Freeman Engstrom's research into arbitration agreements and discrimination cases sheds light on three upcoming SCOTUS cases.

Birth Control by Vending Machines

Professor Michelle Mello discusses the "morning-after" pill, its regulation, and its availability via vending machines on college campuses.

NFL Protests

Can pro athletes sit out the national anthem? Professor William Gould discusses their rights and the law.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

October 6-7: Making Every Vote Count: Improving American Democracy
October 10: Data Law in China
October 10: Marshall - Movie Screening & Panel Discussion
October 11: Lawyers as Leaders: William F. Lee (partner at WilmerHale and the Eli Goldstone Visiting Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School)
October 11: Litigating Transgender Rights: Amy Whelan (Senior Staff Attorney with the National Center for Lesbian Rights)
October 12-15: Alumni Weekend
October 12: Federalist Society: Alan Gura on Heller and McDonald
October 17: Fall Public Service Awards Dinner
October 18: The First Amendment vs. Animal Agriculture: Constitutional Litigation Against Ag-Gag Laws
October 19: Governance, Liquidity, and Employee Retention in an Era of Capital Abundance
October 19: Policies to Promote Women's Economic Opportunity
November 9: 2017 Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability
June 24-26, 2018: Directors' College

Access full event calendar here.

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