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The Run for Office: JDs in Politics

In this feature from the new issue of Stanford Lawyer, we hear from SLS alumni who have navigated the challenges of campaigning for elected office and representing their constituents.

David Boies's Egregious Involvement with Harvey Weinstein

In this New York Times op-ed, Professor Deborah Rhode discusses sexual harassment and legal ethics—and allegations that Weinstein's lawyer helped to conceal his client's abusive behavior.

Gun Ownership and Crime

On NPR's Forum, Professor John Donohue discusses his research into the effects that right-to-carry state laws have on increases in gun ownership and crime.

Class Actions and Collective Rights

Professor David Freeman Engstrom discusses class actions and early opposition by labor unions.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

November 28: Center for Law and Biosciences Lunch Talk with Jeremy Goldhaber-Fiebert
November 29: Ambassador Susan Coppedge: A Conversation About the State Department's Trafficking in Persons Report
November 30: CodeX: Five Generations of Digital Contracts and Law
November 30: Federalist Society: Josh Mitchell on the 2016 Election

Access full event calendar here.

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