View this email in your browser
S E P T E M B E R   2 2,   2 0 2 2

SCOTUS Nullifying Precedent

Professor Jeffrey L. Fisher's opinion essay in Politico, "The Other Way the Supreme Court Is Nullifying Precedent," looks at the Supreme Court’s recent overruling of Roe v. Wade and other foundational decisions that "makes clear that key precedents are no longer safe." 

Law Expands Healthcare Coverage

Professor Michelle Mello discusses the healthcare aspects of the newly-passed Inflation Reduction Act, which has been praised as the most significant healthcare legislation since the Affordable Care Act. 

Texas v. Platforms … v. The First

In the inaugural episode of the podcast Moderated Content, Professor evelyn douek talks with Daphne Keller, director of the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, and Genevieve Lakier, professor of law at the University of Chicago, about Texas v. Platforms and the First Amendment.

Financing Legal Education

The law school announced a pilot program for a new model for financing legal education as part of its comprehensive financial aid strategy, which also includes need-based scholarships, a Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), and funding for public interest and service.

Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Stanford’s top environmental prize, which recognizes unsung global sustainability heroes around the world. Here, we meet the latest winner, Anderson Jean, a leading environmental conservationist in Haiti.
Click here for the latest updates from Stanford University on COVID-19
Book Signing: William B. Gould IV
Join Charles A. Beardsley Professor of Law, Emeritus, at Stanford Law School, William B. Gould IV, for a book signing of his latest work For Labor to Build Upon

Thursday, September 29
12:00 pm
Stanford University Bookstore
(Second Floor)

Upcoming Events

September 29: Book Signing - William B. Gould IV
September 29-30: Trust and Safety Research Conference
September 30: Emerging Issues in Technology and the Law: A View from the Bench and Hot Topics in Patents, Antitrust and the Life Sciences
October 4: The Right to a Jury Trial: A Crime on the Bayou Film Screening and Discussion with Gary Duncan
October 6: Medellín v. Texas and International Law in U.S. Courts – Who Decides?
October 6: Department of Health Policy Symposium: Advancing Health Equity
October 11: Meet CodeX

Access full event calendar here.

Stay Connected with Stanford Law on LinkedIn

Connect with SLS on LinkedIn to keep up on news from Stanford Law and the SLS community.

Law@Stanford is produced bi-monthly by the Office of Communications and Public Relations at Stanford Law School. ©Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305