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Buffalo Shooting

Professor Shirin Sinnar, author of “Hate Crimes, Terrorism, and the Framing of White Supremacist Violence," discusses the Buffalo shooting, the scale of White supremacist violence in the U.S., and the rise of hate crimes.

Regulation of Legal Services

Professor David Freeman Engstrom, faculty co-director of the Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession, interviews participants in a recent Judicial Conference of the Fifth Circuit-commissioned panel on regulatory
reform of the profession.
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Deborah Rhode Center

The Stanford Center on the Legal Profession (CLP) has been renamed the Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession after the center's founder and prominent legal ethics scholar, Deborah L. Rhode, who passed away in early 2021.
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Net Neutrality

Professor Barbara van Schewick, faculty director of the Center for Internet and Society, discusses withdrawal of the lawsuit by cable, phone, and wireless companies, who were suing California over its historic net neutrality law.
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Bright Environmental Award

This year’s Bright Award ceremony honored 2020 winner Maria Azhunova and the 2021 winner India Logan-Riley, both who seek to catalyze Indigenous activism in the fight against climate change. The Bright Award is Stanford’s highest environmental prize.
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Stanford Legal on SiriusXM

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The Franke Global Business Law Fellowship and the Global Quarter

Stanford Law Students: If you would like to learn more about the Global Quarter, please watch an information session here (Stanford log-in required).
19th Annual Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices

Join Uber GC Tony West and other thought-leaders for a day of lively in-person discussions on how to navigate the most challenging questions facing our digital economy community! Meet the people who are shaping the discussion and are providing trailblazing tech. Stanford Students are free. Stanford staff and Alumni discounts are available. Email for a promo code. 

June 13, 2022
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.

May 20: Global Dialogues Series: Conceptualizing Human Rights
May 20-21: Histories of Presidential Power
May 24: CLB Workshop: Controlled Substances and the Internal Morality of Medicine
June 11: SLS Diploma Ceremony for the Class of 2022
June 13: 19th Annual Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices Conference
June 19-21: Directors’ College 2022

Access full event calendar here.

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