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Research into Physicians with Multiple Malpractice Claims
discuss their recent research,
published in the
New England Journal of Medicine
that looks at physicians with poor malpractice liability records.
, a former federal prosecutor, discusses the recent special counsel report—what it means and what may come next.
Religious Liberty Clinic Win
Religious Liberty Clinic students Alex Treiger, JD '19, and Greg Terryn, JD '20, won a court order to allow their imprisoned client to change his name for religious reasons.
The Writers: JDs Penning Their Stories
piece, we meet Stanford Law graduates who are finding success in careers as writers, many mining their experiences in law for their stories.
In the News
is available on iTunes. Listen and subscribe to the podcast
to listen to the latest episodes:
How have Chinese companies grown so drastically in the global free-market economy? Find out in this discussion with Professor Curtis Milhaupt, an expert in Chinese state capitalism and legal systems of Asia.
Designer babies? Professor Hank Greely discusses the technology of gene editing—and the law.
Is climate change to blame for California’s worst fire season on record?
Join this discussion with water law expert Professor Buzz Thompson.
View past recordings on
co-hosted by Professors Pamela Karlan and Joseph Bankman, airs Saturdays and Sundays, bi-weekly on SiriusXM Insight 121.
Upcoming Events @ SLS
Book Talk | “Beyond these Walls”: Rethinking Crime and Punishment in the United States
Stanford International Arbitration Association: Arbitration in Technology Disputes
Federalist Society: Religious Liberty and the Administrative State
Lab-Grown Meat: Science, Ethics, and Law
Judge Nelson: The Art of Dissent
The Antitrust Paradigm: Restoring a Competitive Economy—lunchtime talk with Jonathan Baker
Diversity in the Legal Profession: The Importance of Diverse Public Interest Practitioners—reception and remarks
Operationalizing the CCPA: Strategies for In-house Counsel
The Hidden History of the Commerce Power
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