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3-D Printing Creates Murky Product Liability Issues, Stanford Scholar Says

A Stanford law professor warns that in a world of 3-D printing, people may not be protected under traditional product liability law if they buy a risky home-printed object and get hurt. Rather, they could be left to pursue harder-to-prove negligence lawsuits.

Video of Justice Ginsburg: Some Highlights of the U. S. Supreme Court’s 2012–2013 Term, With Introduction from Dean Magill

Dean M. Elizabeth Magill’s Opening Remarks Introducing Justice Ginsburg   Welcome. It is truly a privilege and an honor for Stanford Law School and the Constitutional Law Center to host Justice Ginsburg—and to host here on a day that, nation-wide, is a celebration of the U.S. Constitution. Justice Ginsburg is [...]

Windsor Attorney on Supreme Court DOMA Hearing

March 27 (Bloomberg) — Roberta Kaplan, a lawyer representing Edie Windsor, speaks at a news conference in Washington.

How Will Neuroscience Affect Views on fMRI Lie Detection?

Alan Alda, host of the PBS Special “Brains on Trial,”  speaks with Stanford Law School professor Hank Greely about the implications of fMRI Lie Detection practices inside the criminal justice system. Look for the broadcast soon.

Justice Sotomayor and Dean Magill

Unfortunately, the video of Stanford Law School Dean Elizabeth Magill in conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor at the Commonwealth Club of California on January 28, 2013, is no longer available.

Inaugural Religious Liberty Clinic Panel Discussion

On January 14th, 2013, Stanford Law School’s Religious Liberty Clinic, along with the Becket Fund, hosted a panel discussion on the future of religious liberty.

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Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Discussed her Life and Career at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on October 22, 2012

“Three Strikes of Injustice”


“Living Under Drones”

In this video Stanford’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic Director Jim Cavallaro discusses his students’ investigation into the effects of drone attacks in North Western Pakistan and their report, “Living Under Drones,” which includes first-hand accounts from civilians about the costs of this military tactic on their lives.

Maggie Filler’s Advice for Incoming Students

Maggie Filler, JD ’12, a former Public Interest Fellow at Stanford Law School offers advice to incoming law students in this video.