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Stanford’s Shirin Sinnar on the Buffalo shooting, hate crimes, and domestic terrorism

In the wake of the Buffalo shooting, Stanford Law School’s Shirin Sinnar discusses the scale of white supremacist violence in the U.S. and the rise of hate crimes.

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Constitutional law scholar Bernadette Meyler on SCOTUS memo

Law Professor Bernadette Meyler discusses the leaked Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization memo and the implications of a possible decision.

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Stanford Cyber Policy Center partners up

The nation’s leading academic center for research on policy governing digital technology has become a joint initiative of the Stanford Law School and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.

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Stanford’s Robert Daines on law firms and Russian profits

Stanford Law Professor Robert Daines launched the Law Firms and Russian Profits project to track and highlight law firm positions on taking on new work for Russian clients or withdrawing from existing engagements.

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Stanford’s Allen Weiner on the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Stanford Law School's Allen Weiner discusses the legal implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and what might happen next.

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Stanford Law faculty on Justice Breyer’s retirement

On Jan. 27, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, BA ’59, announced his plan to retire when the Court begins its summer recess this year. Here, Stanford Law faculty members discuss his legacy.

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Stanford Law faculty on the Supreme Court ruling on vaccination mandates

Stanford's Michelle Mello and William B. Gould discuss the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down a Biden administration mandate that large businesses require their employees to either be vaccinated or tested once a week.

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Stanford Law’s Michael McConnell on the Capitol attack

As the nation marks the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the Capitol, questions about safeguards for American elections remain.

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Stanford Law’s Bob Weisberg on the Elizabeth Holmes verdict

Criminal law expert Robert Weisberg discusses the verdict in the fraud case against the famed dropout who founded the blood testing disruptor Theranos.

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California burning

Stanford Law School researchers' study of drought, wildfires and smoke brings together experts from across campus and offers a path forward.

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