Michele Dauber

Professor

Stanford Law Professor

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Governor Jerry Brown has signed the so-called Cosby Bill into law.

'Cosby' law signed, ending statute of limitations for rape cases

Governor Jerry Brown has signed the so-called Cosby Bill into law.

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Stanford University notified students via a surprising back-to-school email   Monday  , that hard liquor will no longer be allowed at undergrad parties on campus.

Will Stanford’s hard alcohol ban make students safer?

Stanford University notified students via a surprising back-to-school email Monday , that hard liquor will no longer be allowed at undergrad parties on campus.

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