"As we continue to learn more about the attack on the 2020 election, we are coming to appreciate as never before how critical a well-functioning legal system is for democracy."
Stanford Law Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom, Co-Director, Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal ...Profession, and UCLA School of Law's Scott Cummings write on how "California should not bar access to justice" in a new opinion essay for Bloomberg Law. https://stanford.io/3JHa5gY
Professor @MWildeAnderson speaks with @CapRadioNews to unpack what happened to Stockton during its 2012 bankruptcy and how residents are reinventing their city and fighting urban decline. Link below to listen.
"In CA & nationwide, there is one fundamental way in which our system does not function well at all... providing equal access to justice for those unable to afford it." @StanfordCLP's Nora Engstrom's latest w/ UCLA Law's Scott Cummings via @bloomberglaw. ...https://stanford.io/3zFjrVJ
"This rule would help spur competition and hopefully get us to the point where broadband is supercheap, superfast, superreliable." @CodeXStanford Fellow @rsingel tells @Marketplace. More below.
"How well is our democracy working? When we elect representatives, do they pass laws that help us solve our problems?"
Stanford Law's Lucy Ricca and Professor David Freeman Engstrom from the Deborah L. Rhode Center on the Legal Profession write an opinion essay for ...CalMatters on how legislators shouldn't shut down ways to get Californians legal help. https://stanford.io/3P2HALq
"If you want a better government, you have to actively get yourself engaged in creating it. You try and persuade, and if you do, the country follows you." Former SLS Dean Larry Kramer, via @nytimes.
.@StanfordCLP's Lucy Ricca and Professor @DavidEngstrom5 wrote an opinion essay for @CalMatters on how "Legislators Shouldn’t Shut Down Ways to Help Californians Get Legal Help."
“Just because something is legal doesn’t make it desirable, that delegation would serve such a large workaround to the constraints on acting officials," says SLS's @AJosephOConnell for @bloomberglaw. https://stanford.io/3zvs597
Professor Alan Sykes, leading expert on the application of economics to legal problems, discusses the $280 Billion Chips and Science Act, Government Intervention, and Trade in a Q&A for Legal Aggregate. https://stanford.io/3PZj3sc
“It’s an interesting next step, not shocking, but one that makes more plausible in the long run a proposition with broad implications: the possibility of turning any mouse cell into a living mouse,” says SLS's @HankGreelyLSJU via @washingtonpost: https://stanford.io/3oRSJEr