"There are instances where a gun is used to defend the home. How often? We just don't know." SLS's David Studdert explains the limitations of gun violence research to @latimes.
The @StanfordLaw Legal Profession Center has been renamed the Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession in honor of our colleague, who died in Jan 2021. https://t.co/cHPASIm9bm A fitting tribute.
“That is a blatantly unconstitutional taking of property without compensation,” says SLS's @PGoldsteinWords via @YahooNews on Josh Hawley’s move to strip Disney’s copyrights: https://stanford.io/3LbRrNk
"The U.S. Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission brought 18 FCPA-related enforcement actions in 2021, the lowest number in a decade," writes @WSJ, quoting Stanford Law School’s FCPA Clearinghouse.
Listen to Stanford Law Professor Robert Daines discuss who has been leading an effort to expose leading American and British law firms about their status of work for Russian interests.
"While California has been free to enforce its net neutrality law for over a year, today removes any doubt that the state has the right to protect its economy and democratic discourse from the whims of large phone and cable companies," - SLS's @vanschewick ...https://stanford.io/3swiA6U