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Ban on Transgender Individuals in the Military

Professor Jane Schacter discusses this week's Supreme Court decision to allow the Trump Administration’s ban on transgender individuals openly serving in the military to take effect.

Can Technology Enhance Food Safety?

Professor Daniel Ho examines how machine learning and artificial intelligence might aide food safety enforcement—and possible challenges with this technical assistance.

Overturning Post-9/11 Terrorist Case

Professor Shirin Sinnar, JD '03, discusses the recommendation by a federal judge to overturn the conviction of Hamid Hayat, a 23-year-old American accused of attending a terror training camp in Pakistan.

Big Tech and Consumer Privacy

CIS Director of Privacy Jen King discusses consumers privacy and tracking by most technology companies, including Apple and Google.

Marc Jones: At the Forefront of a Connected World

In this profile, Marc Jones, JD ’82 (BA ’79), talks about his career in law and technology and his path to Aeris Communications, an “internet of things” company, where he is CEO and chairman.

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

Stanford Legal is now available on iTunes. Listen and subscribe to the podcast here.

Click here to listen to the latest episodes: View past recordings on YouTube and Facebook.

Stanford Legal, co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM Insight 121.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

January 29: Discussion with San Francisco SPCA General Counsel and Season 10 of The Apprentice winner Brandy Kuentzel
January 29: CIS Career Lunch Series: Making Public Policy on the Hill
January 30: Re-Engineering Humanity Reception and Book Talk
January 31: Rock Center Student Lunch Series: A Conversation with Belinda Johnson
January 31: Federalist Society: Damien Schiff from the Pacific Legal Foundation
February 4: Federalist Society: Does the Civil Service System Violate the Appointments Clause?
February 5: Judge Thomas W. Griffith: Civic Charity and the Constitution
February 5: Big Data and Justice Reform: Opportunities and Threats
February 5: Book Talk: Amanda Tyler, Habeas Corpus in Wartime
Apr 4: CodeX FutureLaw 2019

Access full event calendar here.

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