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Losing Leverage with China

Professor Curtis Milhaupt argues that extensive business engagement with China has significantly reduced the leverage of Western governments and the private sector to encourage regime softening in China.

Public Health in the U.S.

In this New England Journal of Medicine essay, Professor Michelle Mello discusses individual rights and state and federal powers to regulate health matters in the United States.

ALI Appointment

The American Law Institute has designated Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom as the R. Ammi Cutter Reporter’s Chair. She received this honor for her work as a Reporter on the Third Restatement of Torts: Concluding Provisions.

Clinic Students Argue at the 11th

Members of the Juelsgaard Intellectual Property and Innovation Clinic asked the Eleventh Circuit Court to reject abuse of copyright and protect legitimate competition.

Voting Rights

The 2022 Stanford Law Review  Symposium brought together law students, academics, civil rights experts, and others for a deep dive into voting rights, with speeches and discussions by leading scholars from across the country.
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April 4: Voter Suppression and Other Threats to Democracy: What Should We be Worried About?
April 7: CodeX FutureLaw 2022
April 14: Stanford Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability
May 2-4: Stanford Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO) Symposium

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