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Stanford Lawyer Magazine, Issue 109, is full of great stories, but we wanted to take a moment to highlight the accompanying illustrations and images incorporated into this issue. ✍️📷 #stanfordlawyermag

Last week, Stanford Law's Daniel Ho testified before the California State Senate on "Securing California’s Future: Artificial Intelligence".

Watch Ho's testimony: https://stanford.io/3ST9rSj
Read full testimony: https://stanford.io/3ST9r4L

As SLS students hurry between their classes, a black-and-white photo exhibit in the middle of a busy hallway provides a heartbreaking reason for them to stop and think about young students like them in Ukraine whose own studies–and lives–were cut short by the Russian invasion two years ago. ...

The traveling “Unissued Diplomas” exhibit (now on view on the second floor of the Crown classroom building), which has, to date, been held in 67 universities across 24 countries, made its way to SLS thanks to the efforts of Alana Murphy, JD ’25, who saw the sobering photos at the University of Warsaw when she and other students traveled to Poland as part of an SLS class on legal reform and governance in Ukraine. The exhibit shares the stories of 40 Ukrainian students, most of them in their late teens and early twenties, with smiling faces and big dreams.

As SLS students hurry between their classes, a black-and-white photo exhibit in the middle of a busy hallway provides a heartbreaking reason for them to stop and think about young students like them in Ukraine whose own studies–and lives–were cut short by the Russian invasion two years ago. ...

The traveling “Unissued Diplomas” exhibit, which has, to date, been held in 67 universities across 24 countries, made its way to SLS thanks to the efforts of Alana Murphy, JD ’25, who saw the sobering photos at the University of Warsaw when she and other students traveled to Poland as part of an SLS class on legal reform and governance in Ukraine. The exhibit shares the stories of 40 Ukrainian students, most of them in their late teens and early twenties, with smiling faces and big dreams.