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Medical Malpractice Settlements

In a recently released study, Prof. Michelle Mello argues that some types on nondisclosure provisions in medical malpractice settlements can never be justified, and others should remain subject to negotiation.

SLS Focuses on Policy Solutions

Students in the Stanford Law and Policy Lab collaborate with faculty to develop policy solutions. Now in its second year, the practicums are already combating important issues like wildlife trafficking and the bone marrow donation process.

Remembrance: Prof. Bill Cohen

Prof. George Fisher remembers his friend and colleague Prof. Bill Cohen.

Youth and Education Law Project

Holly Mariella and Rylee Sommers-Flanagan, both JD '16, discuss their work in last quarter's Youth and Education Law Project (YELP)–disputing the expulsion of a 14-year-old special needs student.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS

May 26: Where are the Women? Strategies for Increasing Board Diversity: A Conversation with Aaron Dhir and Deborah Rhode
May 27: Constitutional Conversation with Professor Fernando Toller: Are Corporations Persons? A Latin American View
June 8: 12th Annual Stanford ECommerce Best Practices Conference
June 13: Law School Diploma Ceremony

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