The Rock Center's Kristen Savelle was interviewed by Corporate Crime Reporter on the Clearinghouse School via
The FTC has gotten past whether to and is reportedly now just figuring out where and how to file an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook. Lawsuit likely to center on its purchase of Instagram and WhatsApp (bought in 2012 and 2014,...
The Stanford Law Organizations and Transactions Clinic highlight the work they accomplished in Autumn 2020. Students worked on a variety of corporate, contract, advisory, and governance matters.
This fall, Stanford Law School’s John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law honored two exceptional attorneys, and who have committed themselves to public service.
"That point first came home when I was an undergraduate at Yale—in the second year the university admitted women. The most popular American history course treated the suffrage movement in one run-on sentence," explains Prof. Rhode in
SLS's Geoffrey Berman, Edwin A. Heafey Jr. Visiting Professor of Law and Visiting Fellow for comments on his time at SLS via saying it "is a great fit for me, personally and professionally, and I am excited to...
On Monday, Dec. 7, beginning at 9am (PST) join SLS Dean Jenny Martinez along with SLS Professors Nate and for a conference on corporations and democracy sponsored by . Register here:
The looks at the Supreme Court weighing the breadth of computer hacking law. SLS's Jeffrey Fisher commented to the justices, "It is no overstatement to say that this construction would brand most Americans criminals on a daily basis."
40+states, led by New York, are reportedly planning to file an antitrust lawsuit against Facebook next week, according to Reuters.
Under president-elect administration, what will happen to the over 100 environmental regulation that occurred under President ? prof. Deborah Sivas explains how Biden might rollback the rollbacks & make his own mark.
SLS Professor Mark Lemley (with colleagues Daralyn Durie and Ragesh Tangri) was named to the Intellectual Asset Magazine Global Leaders list.
Stanford Law Professor Michael McConnell writes an op-ed for the with NYU Law's Max Raskin on the Supreme Court's decision to block New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s religious restrictions.