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Arjun Ayyappan, a recent Cypress College graduate, participated in the 2024 Stanford Law Scholars Institute and will be transferring to Stanford as an undergraduate student in the fall. Through SLSI, Ayyappan spent the last week of June on the SLS campus at a residential and learning experience led... by esteemed SLS faculty. The group of 20 scholars participated in a variety of activities, workshops, networking events, and more to help them prepare for academic life at a law school. Read more about Ayyappan's SLSI experience through the link below: https://stanford.io/4d55Xog

"It's a really extraordinary decision that reverses what has been viewed as obvious and commonsensical by courts and lawyers for five decades," said David Sklansky, the Stanley Morrison Professor of Law, about Judge Cannon dropping the classified documents case for a recent Stanford ...Legal episode. Listen in at the link below.

https://stanford.io/3Lw9Ery

SLS Professor Robert Weisberg discusses New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez's bribery, fraud, and extortion conviction charges in a recent SLS Legal Aggregate Q&A.

"Menendez and his wife received things of great value in exchange for him engaging in actions which lay within ...his power... Very serious felonies. Prison aside, they will likely quickly lead to his removal from the Senate, by resignation or force," said Professor Weisberg. Learn more about the case at the link below.

https://stanford.io/4f5j1fb

"To reverse Chevron is to put Congress back in the driver's seat and to say, things are not going to happen unless you make them happen. And maybe that is the message that Congress needs," said Michael McConnell, the Richard and Frances Mallery Professor of Law at SLS, for What ...Happens Next in 6 Minutes with Larry Bernstein in "The Courts Strike Back Against the Bureaucracy." Listen to the episode at the link below.

https://stanford.io/4f1tw38