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The director of the Program on Platform Regulation at Stanford's Cyber Policy Center, @daphnehk, was a guest on @Marketplace in "How two cases headed to the Supreme Court could change the internet."

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SLS lecturer @Jeff_Ball gives insight into the high-dollar race to sell natural gas as low carbon in a recent @CanaryMediaInc special report.

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The Stanford Bright Award is currently seeking nominations for the 2023 awardee. This year, the award will be given to an individual working in North or Central America.

This award is given annually to an individual who has made significant contributions to environmental conservation and ...sustainability.

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“The death penalty is on the whole fading away, although in many places it’s still on the books and prosecutors are going to go for it in extreme cases,” said SLS professor Robert Weisberg in a recent @sfchronicle article.

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“So much of the power of his social media feeds is his ability to then set an agenda for other people, especially the legacy media,” said SLS professor @persily about Donald Trump in a recent @washingtonpost article.

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“If they prove the violations they allege, they’re going to get a remedy that’s going to shake up the market. But it’s not obvious they’re going to win this case.” Doug Melamed on the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust suit against Google. https://stanford.io/3DpNQtT

#APILSA’s Lunar New Year event on Jan. 26 brought together more than 150 students and faculty, including Dean Jenny Martinez, to Paul Brest Hall for an elegant evening and keynote from Judge Lucy Koh, the first Korean American woman to serve on a federal appellate court.

#APILSA’s Lunar New Year event on Jan. 26 brought together more than 150 students and faculty, including Dean Jenny Martinez, to Paul Brest Hall for an elegant evening and keynote from Judge Lucy Koh, the first Korean American woman to serve on a federal appellate court.

SLS names five students as the second class of Sallyanne Payton Fellows. Payton, JD ’68, BA ’64, was the first African-American student to graduate from SLS and the first to serve on the Stanford Law Review. The five students aim to pursue careers in legal academia.

Call for nominations: The Stanford Bright Award is currently seeking nominations for the 2023 awardee. This year, the award will be given to an individual working in North or Central America.

Submit nominations: https://stanford.io/3HEoGKk

Read a profile of Patricia Guerrero, JD ’97, the first Latina chief justice appointed to the California Supreme Court in the latest issue of @StanfordLawMag. https://stanford.io/3HDREKk

Read a profile of Patricia Guerrero, JD ’97, the first Latina chief justice appointed to the California Supreme Court in the latest issue of Stanford Lawyer Magazine. https://stanford.io/3wTGLyd