Presidential Commission Releases Election Recommendations and Report Based on Research Directed by SLS Professor Nathaniel Persily

The Presidential Commission on Election Administration has issued a report with a frank assessment of electoral problems in the United States and recommendations for significant electoral reforms. Nathaniel Persily, JD ’98, the James B. McClatchy Professor of Law at SLS, serves as Senior Research Director of the Commission. Read more »

CIS Scholars Discuss Mass Surveillance and Its Threat to U.S. Business Climate, Democracy

Stanford scholars say blanket mass surveillance undermines the U.S. economy by creating the global perception of an unsafe American business climate. Meanwhile, the technology behind surveillance is evolving well ahead of the law. As a result, privacy and civil liberty concerns are mounting. Read more »

3-D Printing Creates Murky Product Liability Issues, SLS Professor Nora Engstrom Says

Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom discusses the murky product liability issues associated with 3-D printing in both the Stanford Report and ENGINEERING.com.
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KIND Healthy Snacks "Do The KIND Thing"/Stanford Lawyer Competition Winner Announced

Youth Law Center's Baby Elmo Program to help incarcerated youth parents learn to interact with their children is the winner. Learn more »

Stanford Law School’s Inaugural Bright Award Lecturer Makes a Passionate Plea to Preserve the World's Forests

Tasso Azevedo, a forestry manager and climate change consultant in Brazil, was awarded the inaugural Bright Award at Stanford.
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Stanford’s 2013 Annual Report Celebrates Research Highlights from Stanford Law School

Stanford Law School faculty scholarship was highlighted in Stanford’s 2013 Annual Report. Read more »