Law & Policy

Left out of the vote

As the centennial of the 19th Amendment approaches, Stanford scholar Rabia Belt wants to acknowledge a history often overlooked in discourse about the franchise: people living with disabilities.

How World War I strengthened women’s suffrage

Times of crisis can be catalysts for political change, says Stanford legal scholar Pamela S. Karlan. For women activists in the early 20th century, the catalyst was World War I.

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Post-COVID courts

In a Q&A, Stanford law Professor David Freeman Engstrom and Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack of the Michigan Supreme Court discuss COVID-19’s challenge to our civil justice system.