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  • Stanford Law School Student Journals
    of International Law SJIL Stanford Law and Visual Media Project SLVMP Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties SJCRCL Stanford Journal of Law Business Finance SJLBF Stanford Technology Law Review Stanford Journal of Complex Litigation SJCL Stanford Journal of Law Science Policy SJLSP Home Page WebAuth Login SUNet Login Stanford Law School Crown Quadrangle 559 Nathan Abbott Way Stanford CA 94305 8610 Phone Fax About History Virtual Tour Visiting

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  • Stanford Environmental Law Journal (SELJ)
    Water Quality and Regulatory Jurisdiction in Indian Country Robert T Anderson Professor of Law and Director Native American Law Center University of Washington School of Law Oneida Indian Nation Visiting Professor of Law Harvard Law School boba uw edu Read more about Water Rights Water Quality and Regulatory Jurisdiction in Indian Country September 2015 34 Stan Envtl L J 195 Article Add new comment No Competing Theory of Constitutional Interpretation Justifies Regulatory Takings Ideology Andrew W Schwartz Partner Shute Mihaly Weinberger LLP in San Francisco California schwartz smwlaw com Read more about No Competing Theory of Constitutional Interpretation Justifies Regulatory Takings Ideology September 2015 34 Stan Envtl L J 247 Article Add new comment Latest Blog Two Interactions Between California s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and the Public Trust Doctrine Submitted by Amanda Marie Prasuhn on Wed 04 29 2015 14 40 INTRODUCTION Read more about Two Interactions Between California s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act and the Public Trust Doctrine Add new comment The Public Trust Doctrine and its Groundwater Application in California Submitted by Amanda Marie Prasuhn on Wed 04 29 2015 14 28 INTRODUCTION Read more about The Public Trust Doctrine and its Groundwater Application in California Add new comment Latest Online A Note about Cumulative Impact Analysis under Functionally Equivalent Programs Erin E Prahler Center for Ocean Solutions Sarah M Reiter Center for Ocean Solutions Meredith Bennett Center for Ocean Solutions meredithebennett gmail com Ashley L Erickson Center for Ocean Solutions Molly Loughney Melius Center for Ocean Solutions Margaret R Caldwell Center for Ocean Solutions An online supplement to Erin E Prahler et al It All Adds Up Enhancing Ocean Health by Improving Cumulative Impact Analyses in Environmental Review Documents 33 STAN ENVTL L J 351 2014 Read more about A Note about Cumulative Impact Analysis under

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  • Stanford Journal of Criminal Law and Policy (SJCLP)
    focus on a different subject in the broader field of criminal law and policy Current Issue Volume 2 Issue 1 Prison Reform Articles Liberal But Not Stupid Meeting the Promise of Downsizing Prisons Joan Petersilia Adelbert H Sweet Professor of Law Stanford Law School Francis T Cullen Distinguished Research Professor University of Cincinnati A confluence of factors a perfect storm interfered with the intractable rise of imprisonment and contributed to the emergence of a new sensibility defining continued mass imprisonment as non sustainable In this context reducing America s prisons has materialized as a viable possibility For progressives who have long called for restraint in the use of incarceration the challenge is whether the promise of downsizing can be met The failure of past reforms aimed at decarceration stands as a sobering reminder that good intentions do not easily translate into good results Read more about Liberal But Not Stupid Meeting the Promise of Downsizing Prisons April 2015 2 Stan J Crim L Pol y 1 Article Add new comment Notes Family Matters The Role of Family Ties and Responsibilities In Sentencing Tali Yahalom Leinwand Read more about Family Matters The Role of Family Ties and Responsibilities In Sentencing April 2015 2 Stan J Crim L Pol y 63 Note Add new comment Comments A Different Kind Of Sentencing Commission A Smart Solution For California And A Model For Prison Downsizing Across The Country Michael Romano Lecturer in Law Stanford Law School Read more about A Different Kind Of Sentencing Commission A Smart Solution For California And A Model For Prison Downsizing Across The Country April 2015 2 Stan J Crim L Pol y 44 Comment Add new comment All Volumes Volume 3 Volume 2 Volume 1 2014 SLS Student Journals All Stanford journals are edited and published by students

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  • Stanford Law & Policy Review
    require people with mental illnesses to participate in mental health treatment before they meet the criteria for inpatient civil commitment clear and convincing evidence of mental illness and dangerousness to self or others These laws apply to people who are chronically ill but not imminently dangerous Most outpatient commitment laws do not require a judicial determination of incompetence nor do they require a criminal charge or a criminal conviction Read more about Involuntary Outpatient Commitment The Limits of Prevention April 2015 26 Stan L Pol y Rev 159 Article Deference Abdication Application of Youngberg to Prolonged Seclusion and Restraint of the Mentally Ill Jeremy Y Weltman Partner at Kerstein Coren Lichtenstein LLP Roderick MacLeish Of Counsel at Clark Hunt Ahern Embry Jacquelyn E Bumbaca It is the sad reality that our prisons have become the new institutions for housing the severely mentally ill in the aftermath of the deinstitutionalization movement Instead of compassionate medical treatment these individuals are often isolated for long periods of time seclusion or tied down against their will restraint when they fail to comply with an order or act out in the corrections setting Read more about Deference Abdication Application of Youngberg to Prolonged Seclusion and Restraint of the Mentally Ill April 2015 26 Stan L Pol y Rev 239 Article A Reflection on the Madness in Prisons Bandy X Lee Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Yale School of Medicine Maya Prabhu Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Associate Director of Education Psychological Medicine Service Yale School of Medicine The United States currently employs tremendous levels of imprisonment and imprisonment within prison in the form of solitary confinement for behavior control as exemplified in the recent Rikers Island scandals This Article discusses how imprisonment and solitary confinement affect those with and without mental illness in terms of psychiatric and behavioral consequences and shows that these approaches are largely counterproductive Read more about A Reflection on the Madness in Prisons April 2015 26 Stan L Pol y Rev 253 Article The Reliability of Assault Victims Immediate Accounts Evidence from Trauma Studies Melissa Hamilton Visiting Criminal Law Scholar University of Houston Law Center The admission of hearsay qualifying as an excited utterance present sense impression or statement about mental and bodily conditions is an exception to the general rule of inadmissibility for hearsay statements Evidence scholars explain these exceptions as being presumably reliable statements as they are generally contemporaneous with an event at issue such that faults with memory and time to lie are remedied Read more about The Reliability of Assault Victims Immediate Accounts Evidence from Trauma Studies April 2015 26 Stan L Pol y Rev 269 Article The Conundrum of Family Reunification A Theoretical Legal and Practical Approach to Reunification Services for Parents with Mental Disabilities Charisa Smith The termination of parental rights in parents with mental disabilities is a growing and crucial issue In 2010 an estimated 45 9 million adults in the United States had experienced a mental illness in the past year This represents

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  • Stanford Journal of Animal Law & Policy (SJALP)
    2007 to provide a high quality widely accessible forum for the publication and discussion of animal law scholarship Although contributors to the journal may express strong opinions about the legal and policy frameworks governing the status and treatment of nonhuman animals the journal itself welcomes a diversity of views and neither espouses nor endorses any particular approach to or theory of animal rights and or welfare Current Issue Volume 8 2014 Issue 1 Notes There is not a volume currently in production for the 2014 2015 academic year as the journal is on hiatus Read more about There is not a volume currently in production for the 2014 2015 academic year as the journal is on hiatus November 2014 8 Stan J Animal L Pol y Note Add new comment All Volumes Volume 8 2014 Volume 7 2014 Volume 6 2013 Volume 5 2012 Volume 4 2011 Volume 3 2010 Volume 2 2009 Volume 1 2008 SLS Student Journals All Stanford journals are edited and published by students of the Stanford Law School Each journal has its own editorial board elected by its staff members for each For more information please see the Student Journal Handbook Also see other SLS

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  • Stanford Journal of International Law (SJIL)
    two regular issues each year The journal seeks to promote scholarship of the highest quality through timely innovative and important pieces on international and comparative legal topics The journal invites contributions from professors practitioners legislators judges and Stanford Law School students The Stanford Journal of International Law is indexed in The Index of Legal Periodicals ABC POL SCI Bibliography of Contents Contents of Current Legal Periodicals Current Law Index Legal Resource Index Index to Periodicals Related to Law PAIS Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin and Social Sciences Citation Index and is abstracted in International Political Science Abstracts andEconomische Voorlichtingdienst Contact the Journal For general inquiries please email sjileboard gmail com Current Issue Volume 52 Number 1 All Volumes Volume 52 Volume 51 Volume 50 Volume 49 Volume 48 Volume 47 SLS Student Journals All Stanford journals are edited and published by students of the Stanford Law School Each journal has its own editorial board elected by its staff members for each For more information please see the Student Journal Handbook Also see other SLS Publications and Blogs Stanford Lawyer Magazine Stanford Law Review Law Stanford eNewsletter SLS News Blog SLS Blogs Research Projects Program Publications Dissertations Theses Legal Research Papers

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  • Stanford Law and Visual Media Project (SLVMP)
    efforts to support the use other media such as photography and visual information design to improve advocacy and increase access to justice LVMP on Vimeo LVMP on Flikr LVMP on Twitter SLS Student Journals All Stanford journals are edited and published by students of the Stanford Law School Each journal has its own editorial board elected by its staff members for each For more information please see the Student Journal

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  • Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (SJCRCL)
    2014 Photo by SLS News EVA JEFFERSON PATERSON President and Co Founder of the Equal Justice Society Last month CRCL and the Stanford Law Review proudly hosted The Civil Rights Act at Fifty symposium at Stanford Law School Eva Jefferson Paterson President and Co Founder of the Equal Justice Society delivered the event s powerful keynote address Click here to read about her work and message CRCL ANNOUNCEMENT Posted January 13 2014 Join us for The Civil Rights Act at Fifty a symposium hosted by CRCL and the Stanford Law Review January 24 25 2014 at Stanford Law School CRCL SPOTLIGHT Posted December 21 2013 ARACELI CAMPOS SLS 04 Founding CRCL Member and MALDEF s first Corporate Counsel Click here to read about Araceli Campos s exciting journey from SLS to MALDEF and how CRCL played a role along the way Current Issue Volume XI 2015 Issue 2 Articles Thea Johnson and Andrew Gilden Common Sense and the Cannibal Cop Thea Johnson and Andrew Gilden Fantasy on Trial Lessons from the Cannibal Cop Thea Johnson and Andrew Gilden 1 Introduction Read more about Thea Johnson and Andrew Gilden Common Sense and the Cannibal Cop June 2015 11 Stan J C R C L Article Add new comment Justin Weinstein Tull A Localist Critique of Shelby County v Holder Justin Weinstein Tull A Localist Critique of Shelby County v Holder Justin Weinstein Tull Introduction Read more about Justin Weinstein Tull A Localist Critique of Shelby County v Holder June 2015 11 Stan J C R C L Article Add new comment Barbara Babcock Falling into Feminism A Personal History Barbara Babcock Falling into Feminism Barbara Babcock Read more about Barbara Babcock Falling into Feminism A Personal History June 2015 11 Stan J C R C L Article Add new comment Danielle R Jones When the Fallout of a Criminal Conviction Goes too Far Challenging Collateral Consequences Danielle R Jones When the Fallout of a Criminal Conviction Goes Too Far Challenging the Legitimacy of Collateral Consequences Reexamining Our Purpose and Priorities Danielle R Jones 1 Read more about Danielle R Jones When the Fallout of a Criminal Conviction Goes too Far Challenging Collateral Consequences June 2015 11 Stan J C R C L Article Add new comment Jayashri Srikantiah David Hausman and Lisa Weissman Ward Access to Justice for Immigrant Families and Communities A Study of Legal Representation of Detained Immigrants in Northern California Jayashri Srikantiah David Hausman and Lisa Weissman Ward Access to Justice for Immigrant Families and Communities A Study of Legal Representation of Detained Immigrants in Northern California Jayashri Srikantiah David Hausman and Lisa Weissman Ward 1 Read more about Jayashri Srikantiah David Hausman and Lisa Weissman Ward Access to Justice for Immigrant Families and Communities A Study of Legal Representation of Detained Immigrants in Northern California June 2015 11 Stan J C R C L Article Add new comment Deborah L Rhode Adultery An Agenda for Legal Reform Deborah L Rhode Adultery An Agenda for Legal Reform Deborah

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