Professor George Fisher's new book Beware Euphoria: The Moral Roots and Racial Myths of America's War on Drugs, explores the roots of America's moral obsession with drug regulation, with a historical examination of the nation's racialized fear of intoxication.
Professor William B. Gould IV discusses the implications of and driving forces behind the potentially game-changing decision by the NLRB to approve a union vote for the Dartmouth men's basketball team.
John Dalton, JD ‘09, has been appointed Associate Dean of Student Affairs. Dalton moves into this role following a year as the Director of Academic Success at SLS, where he provided academic support and counseling, as well as bar advising.
In this New York Times opinion essay, Matthew Seligman, JD '11 (BA/BS/MA '02), a fellow at the Stanford Constitutional Law Center, and his co-author Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig, discuss their work looking at "every strategy we could imagine for subverting the popular will by manipulating the law."
More Than Just a Game (MTJG) is a unique series of academic-led conferences on Games and Interactive Entertainment Law. MTJG Stanford 2024 aims to bring together the interactive entertainment community, leading industry players and pioneers in the U.S. and build bridges through forward-looking and insightful discussions on pressing issues such as trust and safety, player protection, anti-trust/competition law, UGC, and generative AI anda keynote from Shawn Layden, the former head of Sony Interactive.