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Legal Education in Afghanistan

Stanford’s GC Debra Zumwalt and Erik Jensen, director of the Rule of Law Program and Afghanistan Legal Education Project, joined the chair of the law department at the American University of Afghanistan and a recent graduate of the AUAF law program for a discussion about legal education and the situation in Kabul after the Taliban takeover.

Eviction Challenges

SLS students and faculty answered AG Garland’s call for lawyers, law school students, and faculty to take action to help their communities through Emergency Rental Assistance application support, volunteering with legal aid providers.

NDAs and the Cost of Silence

A policy practicum explores the use of non-disclosure agreements, with former Fox News star Gretchen Carlson among its clients.

Newsom's Death Row Plan

Professor Robert Weisberg discusses California Governor Gavin Newsom's death row plan in this Los Angeles Times article.

Liz Magill to U. Penn

M. Elizabeth Magill, former dean and professor emerita at Stanford Law School, was nominated to become the president of the University of Pennsylvania and will assume the role in July 2022.
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Publius Symposium: Democracy and Distrust at 40: The Past and Future of Dean Ely's Pathbreaking Work

Please join us for the 2022 Publius Symposium reflecting, belatedly, on the 40th anniversary of Former Dean John Hart Ely's pathbreaking work: Democracy and Distrust: A Theory of Judicial Review on Friday, February 25 at Stanford Law School. The Symposium will feature a reflection and discussion of his work by leading constitutional law scholars from across the country, including current and former Stanford Law School Deans.

Publius Symposium: Democracy and Distrust at 40:
The Past and Future of Dean Ely's Pathbreaking Work

February 25, 2022
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Paul Brest Hall
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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.

February 11-12: SLR Symposium: Safeguarding the Fundamental Right to Vote
February 15: Structural Biases in Structural Constitutional Law
February 25: Publius Symposium: Democracy and Distrust at 40: The Past and Future of Dean Ely's Pathbreaking Work
February 25: Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History
February 25: Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice & Equity
March 1: Commissions of Inquiry and the Remaking of British Colonial Slavery,
1822–1831 with Lisa Ford and Naomi Parkinson

Access full event calendar here.

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