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Lisa Larrimore Ouellette

COVID-19 Vaccine Patents

Professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette explains a proposal before the World Trade Organization to suspend patents related to COVID-19 vaccines.
Women of Stanford Law co-presidents

WSL Turns 50

Launched in 1971 when women comprised just 13 percent of the student body, Women of Stanford Law celebrates 50 years of supporting women law students.
Fred Alvarez

Fred Alvarez Honored

Fred Alvarez, JD ’75 (BA ’72), is the recipient of this year’s Gold Spike Award, Stanford’s highest honor for volunteer service. Stanford University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne conferred the award at a virtual ceremony held in April.
Solar panels

Lawyers for Sustainable Economy

The Stanford Law-supported Lawyers for a Sustainable Economy initiative recently wrapped up a successful two-year run matching nonprofits and start-ups with attorneys from leading U.S. law firms providing pro bono legal services.
Immigrants' Rights Clinic students Raven Quesenberry, Claire Fieldman, and Drew Alvarez

Clinic Toolkit for Criminal Defenders

Immigrants’ Rights Clinic students discuss an informational toolkit they had prepared for criminal defenders representing clients that are a part of the Institutional Hearing Program, a program by the Department of Homeland Security.
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Notice Regarding Events

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

May 11: Arguing Over Algorithms: Mapping the Dilemmas Inherent in Making Artificial Intelligence “Ethical”
May 11: Patenting the Guillotine: Intellectual Property Law in Revolutionary France
May 11: NALSA Forum on Professor Elizabeth Reese’s “The Other American Law”
May 11: Theaters of Pardoning: Book Talk with Professor Bernadette Meyler
May 12: Wednesday Race Talks – Understanding and Addressing Anti-Asian Violence
May 13: Presidential Power and Originalism with Professor John Yoo & Professor Saikrishna Prakash
May 15: Digital Platform Governance Symposium
May 18: Social Media’s Role in Democracy: Challenges and Opportunities

Access full event calendar here.

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