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- A Dose of Reality for Specialized Courts: Lessons from the VICP
January 26, 2015
Related: Nora Freeman Engstrom
- Considering Marijuana Legalization Insights for Vermont and Other Jurisdictions
January 15, 2015
Related: Robert J. MacCoun
- How Technology Will Eat Medicine
January 09, 2015
Related: Vivek Wadhwa, Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance
- ICC Fugitive In U.S. Custody?
January 06, 2015
Related: Beth Van Schaack, Stanford Program in International and Comparative Law
- Diversity on Corporate Boards: How Much Difference Does “Difference” Make?
January 05, 2015
Related: Deborah L. Rhode, Amanda K. Packel
January 2015 Issue
Forum Featured Stanford Law School's Dean M. Elizabeth Magill, Profs. David Sklansky and Ronald C. Tyler, the DOJ's Ronald L. Davis, and Yale Law Prof. Tracey L. Meares
It may no longer be an exaggeration to say that big brother is watching. When Edward Snowden leaked classified government documents last year, many were surprised to learn just how much access the National Security Agency (NSA) has to ... Read More »
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