Stanford Law School faculty are actively engaged in trying to solve the real and urgent legal and policy issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and influencing the national conversation, from spearheading research projects, hosting events to facilitate discussions and learnings, providing expertise to journalists, publishing articles and opinion pieces, and more. Covering a wide range of subject matter including elections, immigration, privacy, ethics, intellectual property, and health policy, here is a selection of their latest work related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Partitioning the Curve — Interstate Travel Restrictions During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Stanford’s Michelle Mello and David Studdert on Proof of Vaccination and the Ongoing Fight Against COVID-19
The High-Stakes Count: Stanford's Pam Karlan and Nate Persily on Taking the Census During a Pandemic
Stanford Law's Michelle Mello on California's COVID-19 Spike and Measures to Bend the Curve
Stanford Law faculty, students and colleagues are actively engaged in addressing the important legal and policy challenges that have emerged as cities, states and countries respond to the novel coronavirus. This audio series includes discussions at the law school that are focused on the wide array of legal and policy issues that are related to the COVID-19 pandemic.