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Bias and Data Challenges

In risk modeling, AI researchers take a more-is-better approach to training data, but a new study by Professor Julian Nyarko argues that a less-is-more approach may be preferable.

Trump Guilty Verdict

Two SLS professors weigh in on the conviction of former president Donald Trump: Robert Weisberg discusses the conviction, possible appeal, and timeline and Robert Gordon discusses the history of presidential crimes and the significance of this conviction.

European Corporate Governance

Professor Curtis J. Milhaupt received a “Best Paper” award from the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) for his 2023 working paper, “The (Geo)Politics of Controlling Shareholders” and was appointed an ECGI fellow.

Faculty Summer Reading

Stanford Law School faculty members offer up their favorite books for summer reading recommendations.

Public Service and Pro Bono Awards

Stanford Law School students were recognized for their contributions to public interest law and pro bono work during the Spring Community Leadership and Public Interest Awards Reception on May 20.

New Episode of Stanford Legal Podcast: Nora and David Freeman Engstrom

Upcoming Events

June 24-26: The 29th Annual Stanford Directors’ College

Access full event calendar here.

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