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Regulating Online Terrorist Content

Center for Internet and Society's Daphne Keller, director of intermediary liability, and Joan Barata, consulting intermediary liability fellow, discuss the European Commission’s pending draft regulation of online “terrorist content” and the regulation of hateful and violent posts.

ICE Detention Bonds

New research from the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic reveals the size of the federal government’s immigration bond system and that $200 million is owed to immigrants and their families. 
Does Financial Transparency Diminish Trust in Doctors? 
In a study published by JAMA Network Open, Professor Michelle Mello found an unintended consequence of the public disclosure system: it may have diminished trust in physicians who never received payments from drug or medical device firms.

Crisis at the Border?

Professor Lucas Guttentag, founder and former national director of the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants’ Rights Project who served as a senior immigration advisor at the Department of Homeland Security, discusses the current administration’s immigration policies and proposals. 

Clinic Students Work on Geothermal Leasing Suit

The Environmental Law Clinic filed suit in April against the federal government and Calpine Corporation in the Northern District of California in an effort to end illegal geothermal leases in the Medicine Lake Highlands.

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Upcoming Events @ SLS

May 3: Legal Histories and Legacies of the 19th Amendment
May 4: AI and Human Rights Symposium
May 6: Why practice tax law?
May 6: Are Prosecutors the Key to Criminal Justice Reform?
May 6: From NAFTA to the USMCA - Deepening North American Economic

May 9: Federalist Society: A Discussion on American Criminal Justice with Judge
            Stephanos Bibas

May 9: Litigation at the Border
May 9: Perspectives on Asian Americans and Affirmative Action
May 11: SLS Musical
May 14: Federalist Society: Professor Stephen Sachs
May 14: Litigating the Opioid Crisis: A Lunch Talk with Elizabeth Cabraser
May 15: Living Well: Joy, Suffering, and the Pursuit of Wholeness
May 16: Rock Center Student Lunch Series
May 16: The HANDA Center Annual Lecture on Human Rights
May 16: #metoo in the Legal Profession - Listening Session

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