Posts for November, 2009

Stanford Law Clinic Cases: The Roundup from Fall 2009

November 26, 2009

The “Three Strikes Project,” under the supervision of Michael Romano ’03 and Galit Lipa, has been successful in its representation of two new clients—both of whom have had their prison sentences significantly reduced from life terms mandated by California’s “three strikes” law. The clinic, which only represents prisoners serving life […]

Video Q&A with Charles T. Munger

November 25, 2009

Charles T. Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway and co-founder of Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP, discusses the economic crisis with Professor Joseph A. Grundfest ’78.

Neuroscience and its application in the Indian legal system

November 24, 2009

Will advances in neuroscience make the justice system more accurate and unbiased? Or could brain-based testing wrongly condemn some and trample the civil liberties of others? Emily Murphy talks about neuroscience and its application in the Indian legal system.