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The Stanford Law Review is a legal publication run by Stanford Law School students since 1948, providing expert legal scholarship, analysis, and commentary.
The Stanford Law Review is a legal publication run by Stanford Law School students since 1948, providing expert legal scholarship, analysis, and commentary.

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2014 Symposium: The Civil Rights Act at Fifty

Dates: January 24-25, 2014

Please view full schedule of events and RSVP here: http://www.stanfordlawreview.org/symposium/civil-rights-2014
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Volume 65, Issue 3 is now available. Articles include:
 - "Evidentiary Instructions and the Jury as Other" by David Alan Sklansky
 - "When Pregnancy is an Injury: Rape, Law, and Culture" by Khiara M. Bridges
 - "Poisoning the Next Apple?: The America Invents Act and Individual Inventors" by Davis S. Abrams & R. Polk Wagner
 - "Morals Legislation After Lawrence: Can States Criminalize the Sale of Sexual Devices?" by Manuel Possolo
 - "Florence, Atwater, and the Erosion of Fourth Amendment Protections for Arrestees" by Julian Simcock

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Volume 65, Issue 1 of the Stanford Law Review is now available.
 - Aziz Z. Huq: Removal as a Political Question
 - Christopher Slobogin & Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein: Putting Desert in its Place
 - Jeffrey L. Fisher: A Clinic's Place in the Supreme Court Bar
 - Amy Knight Burns: Counterfactual Contradictions: Interpretive Error in the Analysis of AEDPA

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