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Wildfires & Policy

Professor Deborah Sivas discusses how environmental factors may increase the number and intensity of wildfires in California and how policy can help.

Marking the 19th Amendment

Professor Pam Karlan discusses how WWI strengthened women's suffrage and Professor Rabia Belt reflects on the gains in voting rights but also those who have been left behind, particularly people with disabilities.

Hep C in Prisons

In a New England Journal of Medicine op-ed, co-authors Professor David Studdert and Alexandra Daniels, JD '21, analyze a growing body of federal litigation brought by prisoners with the hepatitis C virus who are seeking access to treatment for their condition.

White Culture?

Professor Richard Thompson Ford examines culture and whether cultural practices belong to racial groups in this CNN op-ed.

Human Rights & National Security

Professor Shirin Sinnar discusses human rights, democratic values, and national security in the Faculty on Point video series.
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Memories of Professor Babcock

Barbara Allen Babcock was a friend, a colleague, and a teacher. The first woman appointed to the faculty in 1972 and a four-time Hurlburt Award winner for Excellent in Teaching, Barbara was a much-loved member of the faculty and community. We invite you to share memories, stories, photos with descriptions, and anecdotes that include Professor Babcock.

Barbara Babcock Fund

In honor of her career and commitment to criminal defense, the law school has established The Barbara Babcock Fund in Criminal Justice, which will support post-graduate work in criminal defense.

Notice Regarding Events

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

Here we highlight online events:
September 17: Constitution Day with Judge M. Margaret McKeown
October 6-7: Stanford•NVCA Venture Capital Symposium

Access full event calendar here.

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