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ALI Appointments

The American Law Institute has named two SLS faculty members as reporters—Professor David Freeman Engstrom, who will lead the Principles of the Law, High-Volume Civil Adjudication, and Professor Pamela Karlan, who will co-lead the Restatement of the Law, Constitutional Torts project.

U.S. Railroad Strike?

In this Bloomberg Law opinion essay, Professor William Gould, former NLRB chairman, examines issues surrounding the potential strike by U.S. railroad workers and its economic impact. 

Election 2022

Professor Nate Persily discusses the election results on NBC News—and with Stanford News Service

National Security in the Courts

Professor Shirin Sinnar discusses race and national security in the courts during the October Stanford Alumni Weekend.

COP27 Climate Summit

David Hayes, JD '78,  former special assistant to President Biden for climate policy and SLS lecturer in law, offers an agenda for battling climate change. And Rayne Sullivan, JD ‘23, part of the Government of Palau delegation as an ocean and climate advisor to the COP27 Climate Summit, published an opinion essay in World Economic Forum.
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December 1: The First Annual Clapman Lecture: Political Pressures, ESG, and the Corporate Board: The Rapid Evolution of Today’s Corporate Governance Environment
December 8: Navigating the New Antitrust Landscape

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