Issue 103/Vol. 55/No. 1
Fighting COVID-19: Critical Legal and Policy Analysis Advance Solutions
Stanford health law experts are in the spotlight, answering key legal and policy questions.
Public Health Innovation Through a County-Stanford Partnership
Stanford’s RegLab and the Stanford Future Bay Initiative have teamed up with Santa Clara County for a wide-ranging collaboration aimed at helping the county leverage its resources and build out analytical capacity for its COVID response.
The DOJ, Politics, and Law
Geoffrey Berman, JD ’84, former head of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, in conversation with professors David Sklansky and Robert Weisberg, JD ’79
Alumni and School News
Dennis Woodside: Driving High-Tech Transformation at Impossible Foods
A profile of Dennis Woodside, JD ’95, president of alternative meat innovator Impossible Foods
Laura Juran: Teachers’ Advocate for a Changing World
A profile of Laura Juran, JD ’98, chief counsel at the California Teachers Association
Ivan Fong: From Homeland Security to 3M
A profile of Ivan Fong, JD ’87, general counsel at 3M Company
Immigrants’ Rights Clinic
A look at the work of students in the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at the Mills Legal Clinic at Stanford Law
Lisa Ouellette Exploring Intellectual Property
Professor Lisa Larrimore Ouellette, at the forefront of IP legal scholarship
Point of View
Professor David Freeman Engstrom explores changes to U.S. courts and the legal system’s declining capacity to provide justice to Americans.
SLS Students Help Rewrite California’s Election Laws—Just in Time for the 2020 Election
An essay by Stanford Law students in the Every Vote Counts policy lab