Law & Policy

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Stanford Law’s Shirin Sinnar on the travel ban, three years on

Monday, Jan. 27, marks the three-year anniversary of the travel ban. Law Professor Shirin Sinnar, an expert in national security and civil rights, discusses the current version of the order, challenges to it, and the administration’s potential plans to expand it.

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Stanford Law’s Jen King on California’s new privacy law

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) went into effect on Jan. 1, 2020, giving residents key rights over some of their private data. Jennifer King, director of privacy at Stanford’s CIS, explains the new law and how far it may go to protect consumer personal data.

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Q&A: David Sklansky on articles of impeachment

Stanford Law Professor David Sklansky, a former federal prosecutor, explains what the Constitution says about impeachment and next steps in this historic process.