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Meeting Eviction Challenges

Professor Juliet Brodie and students in the Stanford Community Law Clinic discuss their work helping low-income residents who face eviction in the local area and California. Also listen to the interview with Brodie on Stanford Legal.

Rittenhouse Verdict

Professors David Alan Sklansky and Bob Weisberg discuss the Kyle Rittenhouse case and decision. And Professor Ralph Richard Banks weighs in on the racial aspects of the case.

Financing High-Carbon Infrastructure

Students in the policy practicum Stanford Climate of Infrastructure Project discuss their research, which was recently published in the journal iScience in a peer-reviewed article, “Hot Money: Illuminating the Financing of High-Carbon Infrastructure in the Developing World.”

SLS Student at UN Climate Summits

SLS student Rayne Sullivan discusses his role as a delegate to the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference and as a U.S. representative at the UN Climate Youth Summit in Milan.

Faculty Recognized

Professor Anne Joseph O’Connell was recognized with an award from the American Bar Association and Professors Lawrence Friedman and Robert Gordon were each recognized by the American Society for Legal History.
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Racial Violence and its Effects on Communities: Reflections on the Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s Killers
The tragedy of Ahmaud Arbery’s killing and the public angst, trauma and protests it engendered has gripped our entire nation. The Stanford Center for Racial Justice is hosting a public webinar to discuss the layered issues of race and law that manifested in the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers. From the nearly 10 weeks it took to bring charges against the killers, to a selection of predominantly white jurors, to the organizing of hundreds of Black pastors, please join Stanford faculty to engage in a conversation on what was deemed a test case for racial justice.

Monday, December 6
1:00 - 2:15 pm

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Notice Regarding Events

SLS has limited on-campus events. Registered attendees for in-person and virtual events have/will receive emails with details. Please check the SLS Calendar for the current list of scheduled events.

December 6: Racial Violence and its Effects on Communities: Reflections on the Murder Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s Killers
December 9-10: 22nd Annual Berkeley-Stanford Advanced Patent Law Institute
December 10: Federal Ground: Governing Property and Violence in the First U.S. Territories
December 13-15: Computational Antitrust: Exploring Antitrust 3.0
January 13: The Supreme Court Commission’s Report: A Panel Discussion with Members of the President’s Commission
January 21: CRISPR People: The Science and Ethics of Editing Humans

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