SLS faculty are high-impact scholars whose research defines the cutting edge.
Consistently recognized for their excellence and influence on how people think, on public policy and on the world, Stanford Law scholar-educators are committed to research that crosses disciplines and defines the frontiers of law. SLS faculty are among the most prolific legal scholars in the country, producing widely used casebooks, scholarly articles, empirical studies, working papers, editorials, briefs and academic and popular books on everything from cyberlaw to constitutional law to racial profiling.
The Legal Aggregate
Opportunities and Risks of Artificial Intelligence in the Public Sector
Stanford’s Buzz Thompson on Colorado River Deal and Ongoing Challenges
I Worried The COVID Vaccine Gave My Husband A Stroke. It Took A Year To Find The Truth
Stanford's Daphne Keller on SCOTUS Decision that Google, Twitter, and Facebook not Responsible for Islamic State Deadly Posts
Don’t Scapegoat Robots to Protect the Lawyer Monopoly on Services
Empiricists At Work
More than a quarter of the SLS faculty conducts empirical research in pursuit of legal insights and solutions to pressing societal challenges.