Stanford Law School Collaborates with Envision on Intensive Law & Trial Program for High School Students

Stanford Law School and Envision have collaborated to offer high school students the opportunity to get a glimpse into the legal profession and a taste of the study of law.

Intensive Law & Trial will provide students with academic and career insights into the field of law by allowing them to step into the roles of prosecution and defense legal teams to try a case in the courtroom. Prepare and take your case to court. Grapple with ethical issues, craft oral arguments, question witnesses – all while striving for the ultimate outcome of a courtroom trial simulation. Endorsed by the American Mock Trial Association, the conference combines engaging faculty discussion, analysis of important case studies, real-world guest speakers and enriching off-campus field trips.

Program Dates

Four sessions are available in 2017:

  • June 23-July 2, 2018
  • July 3-12, 2018
  • July 14-23, 2018
  • July 25–August 3, 2018

All questions should be directed to Envision, the administrator of the program.

Teaching Faculty

David Engstrom

David Freeman Engstrom
Professor of Law
Bernard D. Bergreen Faculty Scholar

Topic: procedure and adversarial process

Nora Engstrom

Nora Freeman Engstrom
Professor of Law
Associate Dean for Curriculum
Deane F. Johnson Faculty Scholar

Topic: negligence

George Fisher 1

George Fisher
Judge John Crown Professor of Law
Faculty Co-Director, Criminal Prosecution Clinic

Topic: evidence and hearsay

Jeffrey L. Fisher 1

Jeffrey L. Fisher
Professor of Law
Co-Director, Supreme Court Litigation Clinic

Topic: evidence and hearsay

William S. Koski

William S. Koski
Eric and Nancy Wright Professor of Clinical Education
Director, Youth and Education Law Project

Topic: client counseling

Norman W. Spaulding 1

Norman W. Spaulding
Nelson Bowman Sweitzer and Marie B. Sweitzer
Professor of Law

Topic: legal proceedings and processes, and legal ethics

Justin Weinstein-Tull

Justin Weinstein-Tull
Thomas C. Grey Fellow
Lecturer in Law