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U.S. Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Stanford national security law expert Allen Weiner weighs in on the American mission to Afghanistan, the U.S. military withdrawal, and potential consequences.

Farmworkers' Protections

Professor William Gould IV shares his thoughts on farmworker union elections and Assembly Bill 616 in this CalMatters essay.

From the ACA to Blue Shield

Stanford Lawyer profile of Gary M. Cohen, JD ’79, vice president of government affairs at Blue Shield of California and former director of the Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight following the passage of the Affordable Care Act

Justice for Tulsa Massacre Victims?

Kevan Lew Christensen, JD/MPA ’21, discusses students' work in the policy practicum Human Rights and International Justice to prepare a submission to the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights about the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921.

SCOTUS Securities Case

Professor Michael Klausner's 2020 study that looked at how shareholders might benefit from a disparity in discovery rules in state and federal courts was noted in this Reuters article about a recent SCOTUS securities case.
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September 16: The Value of Dissent: Constitution Day Lecture with Judge Patrick J. Bumatay
September 22: Constitutional Conversation with Julie Owono
October 5: Why the Crime Rate May Not Measure Community Safety
October 6: Supreme Court Roundup and Preview

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