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Facebook and Perceptions of Crime

New research by Associate Professor of Law Julian Nyarko looking at Facebook posts from U.S. law enforcement agencies revealed widespread overreporting of Black suspects.

IVF After Roe?

Professor Hank Greely discusses law and reproduction after the Supreme Court overturned Roe including increased scrutiny to IVF, specifically the human embryos that are created—and sometimes discarded—during assisted reproductive technology.

Power and Perils of Legal Tech

Legal Tech and the Future of Civil Justice, edited by David Engstrom with contributions from six other SLS faculty, takes a deep dive into the new technology impacting civil litigation.

Secretary Becerra Visits Campus

Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, JD ’84 (BA ’80), visited campus to deliver the keynote address at the First Generation and Low-Income Professionals (FLI) inaugural event.

DEI Resource for the Academy

Professor Norm Spaulding, SLS students, and staff at the Robert Crown Law Library have created a single site for information on diversity, equity, and inclusion that identifies best practices for teaching in higher education.

Upcoming Events

March 9: MuSLSical Cut Songs Cabaret
March 10: SCLH Presents: A Book Talk with Ada Kuskowski & Vernacular Law: Writing and the Reinvention of Customary Law in Medieval France
March 15: The Brussels Effect? A practical outlook on global convergence and divergence in digital platform regulation after the EU’s Digital Markets Act
April 13: CodeX FutureLaw

Access full event calendar here.

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