Congratulations Class of 2024

“Innovation” and “interdisciplinary” approaches are not brochure buzzwords for SLS, but galvanizing principles evident in the law school’s steadfast commitment to forging new frontiers.

Rayne Sullivan, JD ’23

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On March 14, 2024, Religious Liberty Clinic students Caleb Blackerby (JD ’24) and Collin Fredricks (JD ’24) argued Chernetsky v. State of Nevada before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit - with the support of Jack Gleiberman (JD ’25) (not pictured). After argument, the Court not ...only reversed but remanded for judgment in the Clinic client’s favor. On May 13, 2024, the Religious Liberty Clinic returned to the Ninth Circuit in Guardado v. State of Nevada, where Katharine Kreitzberg (JD’ 25) and Elizabeth Spaeth (JD ’25) presented the argument. Read more and view the argument videos here:

From becoming part of Colombia’s Presidential Cabinet to being a Senator in Louisiana, SLS’s class of 2024 has big dreams for the future. We have no doubt these new Stanford Law School alumni will help to shape and improve our ever-changing world in their careers and lives!