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Sandy Hook Gun Lawsuit

Professors Nora Freeman Engstrom and David Studdert discuss last week's ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court that clears the way for a lawsuit to move forward against the companies that manufactured and sold the semiautomatic rifle used by the gunman in the tragic 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

Boeing Aircraft Grounded: Who's Liable?

Last week, the U.S. joined some 42 countries in grounding Boeing’s 737 Max aircraft. Professor Robert Rabin explores the legal implications of the two accidents that led to the grounding and liability issues for Boeing.

Is Personal Style a Civil Right?

Professor Richard Thompson Ford weighs in on New York City's plan to protect “the rights of New Yorkers to maintain natural hair or hairstyles that are closely associated with their racial, ethnic or cultural identities.”

White Nationalism and Immigration

In this Stanford Law Review article, Professors Jayashri Srikantiah and Shirin Sinnar discuss white nationalism and immigration policy.

Legal Tech at SLS

Stanford Law School's Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX) will host the seventh annual FutureLaw conference on April 4, focusing on how technology is changing the legal profession and the law itself. Here, the founding director of CodeX Roland Vogl discusses this, the upcoming FutureLaw conference, and more. 

Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

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

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

Upcoming Events @ SLS

March 26: Stanford/NVCA Venture Capital Symposium
April 3: Artificial Intelligence and Law—An Overview and History
April 3: Fighting for the Unhoused with Litigation and Policy Reform
Apr 4: CodeX FutureLaw 2019
April 4: Federalist Society: Harvard’s Racial Discrimination
April 8: Book Talk | “Beyond these Walls”: Rethinking Crime and Punishment in the United States

Access full event calendar here.

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