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 2018:

  • 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

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Suzanne Luban
Clinical Supervising Attorney
Lecturer in Law

Topic: Evidence and Hearsay

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David Studdert
Professor of Medicine (PCOR/CHP)
Professor of Law

Topic: Negligence

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

Topic: Evidence and Hearsay

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

Topic: Appellate and Supreme Court Arguments

Michelle Mello

Michelle Mello
Professor of Law
Professor of Health Research and Policy (School of Medicine)

Topic: Negligence

Jayashri Srikantiah

Jayashri Srikantiah
Professor of Law
Director, Immigrants’ Rights Clinic

Topic: Appellate and Supreme Court Arguments

William S. Koski

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

Topic: Before and After Advocacy

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

Topic: Legal Ethics

Justin Weinstein-Tull

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

Topic: Procedure and Aversarial Process

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Robert Rabin
A. Calder Mackay Professor of Law
Topic: Negligence