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Stanford’s Allen Weiner on the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and the fall of Kabul

Stanford national security law expert Allen Weiner discusses the U.S. mission to Afghanistan, its withdrawal, and potential consequences.

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The future of legal education in Afghanistan

Erik Jensen, faculty director of Stanford Law School’s Rule of Law Program, discusses the Afghanistan Legal Education Project, the state of legal education in Afghanistan today, and the speedy withdrawal of troops from the still struggling country.

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Responding to China’s state capitalism

Research by Stanford Law School’s Curtis Milhaupt sheds light on the complex challenges China’s distinct form of capitalism presents for the U.S.

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Proof of vaccination and the ongoing fight against COVID-19

A U.S. District Court judge for Northern Indiana ruled on Monday, July 19, that Indiana University could require that its students be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus before coming to campus. Stanford health law experts Michelle Mello and David Studdert discuss the decision and how the law is developing.

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Faculty-recommended summer reads

Looking for a good book or two to dig into this summer? Now in its 10th year, the Stanford Law School faculty’s summer reading list offers up some of our professors’ favorite reads.

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Stanford Law School’s William Gould on SCOTUS student athlete’s decision

On Monday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that the NCAA cannot bar relatively modest payments for expenses to student-athletes. Stanford law Professor William Gould IV discusses the significance of this decision.

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Stanford Law School’s David Studdert and Michelle Mello on the Affordable Care Act

Health law experts David Studdert and Michelle Mello discuss the recent Supreme Court ruling, the role of the Affordable Care Act during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the ACA might be strengthened during the Biden administration.

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Stanford Law School graduates honored for giving back

Immediately following Stanford University’s commencement for post-graduate students, Stanford Law School graduates joined the law school’s virtual diploma ceremony that included pre-recorded and live videos featuring student and faculty speakers as well as the dean’s traditional “charge to the graduating class.”

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Stanford Law School’s Small Business and Entrepreneurship Law Project

New pro bono effort led by Stanford Law students helps small business founders navigate a complex and costly legal system.

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How diverse inhabitants’ competing demands built federal law in the early West

A new book by Stanford Law School legal historian Gregory Ablavsky shows how imposing federal jurisdiction on a contested continent to create the United States was riven by contradictions that have plagued us since.

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