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Historic LGBTQ+ SCOTUS Decision

SLS faculty and students on the 
Bostock decision prohibiting discrimination of gay and transgender employees:

Professor Pam Karlan
• Professor Jane Schacter
• Professor William B. Gould
• Supreme Court Litigation Clinic students

Class of 2020 Celebration

On June 14, 2020, 261 graduating Stanford Law School (SLS) students celebrated their accomplishments and each other via video and chat rooms, with the promise to come together to cheer each other in person at a later date.

Environmental Rollbacks

Professor Deborah Sivas discusses an executive order intended to speed up infrastructure projects by using emergency authorities to avoid environmental reviews and community feedback mandated by a number of laws.

Faculty Summer Reading

Stanford Law's faculty offer up their favorite books—and a few movies and podcasts—for summer.

O&T Clinic Zoom Wrap-Up

A report from the Organizations and Transactions Clinic on how the quarter went during "shelter in place," with eight full-time and two advanced students working in an entirely remote mode on a variety of contractual, advisory, and corporate governance matters.
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Notice Regarding Events

SLS has cancelled or postponed on-campus events for Spring and Summer. Registered attendees for canceled events have/will receive emails with details. Please check the SLS Calendar for the current list of scheduled events.

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