Law & Policy

News articles classified as Law & Policy

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Beware euphoria

A new book by Stanford Law’s George Fisher examines the moral roots and racial myths of America’s war on drugs.

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Latin America’s judges are defending democracy

The judicial branches in Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia are taking innovative actions to check leaders with authoritarian tendencies, according to a new paper by Diego Zambrano.

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Lisa Ouellette explains the problem with patents

The law “has long favored coming up with an idea over doing the work to implement that idea in practice.” Stanford Law’s Lisa Ouellette explains the innovator-inventor gap.

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AI and the law

How worried should we be about large language model-powered legal tech leading lay people – or even attorneys – astray?

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Regulating quantum tech

The smallest particles in the universe have the potential to create some of the world’s biggest quandaries.

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Filing Fairness Project Toolkit

Stanford Law School’s interactive guide helps state courts increase access to justice by standardizing processes and technology.

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Liquid asset

Fresh water markets under the eye of a public watchdog could ensure the best distribution of a dwindling resource, according to a new book by Buzz Thompson.