A Counterpoint To Stanford University's New Alcohol Policy

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An aerial view of the Stanford University campus in Stanford, California. (michaelestigoy/Flickr)

In the wake of the high profile Brock Turner sexual assault case, Stanford University has released a revision of its alcohol policy, which bans hard liquor at undergraduate student parties.

Stanford Law School professor Michele Dauber joins Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson to discuss the new policy, which she says may make the school’s campus more dangerous.


Michele Dauber, law professor at Stanford University. She tweets @mldauber.

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