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2020 Census

Professors Pam Karlan and Nate Persily discuss the 2020 census and challenges of getting the count right during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mail-In Voting

Mail-in voting has come under partisan scrutiny, but according to Stanford research, it does not appear to benefit one political party over the other.

Offshore Drilling

Environmental Law Clinic students Katherine Worden and C.J. Biggs drafted a model ordinance and a legal analysis for coastal communities seeking to avoid the health and safety impacts from increased offshore oil operations.

Privacy Officers

Alumni serving as chief privacy officers are at the cutting edge of technical innovations and quickly developing law, facing the challenges of balancing consumer and company interests, as well as laws that vary in states and countries.
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Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

Subscribe on iTunes, Soundcloud, or listen every other Saturday at 7:00 am and 12:00 pm and Sunday at 8:00 am on SiriusXM channel 132.

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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 16: Constitution Day with Judge M. Margaret McKeown
September 22: Reimagining Policing
September 29: The Right to Vote and the Right to Representation
October 6-7: Stanford•NVCA Venture Capital Symposium

Access full event calendar here.

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