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Part of the Public Policy & Social Problem-Solving Pathway. Click here to learn more. A careers series with lawyers working in public policy: Part 1: Nonprofits
Join the SLS Alumni community and current students for the launch of a new year. As part of a new initiative focused on public policy and social problem solving, Professor Paul Brest and Associate Dean for Public Service Diane Chin invite you to join a remote conversation about careers in public policy with SLS alumni who are leaders for nonprofit organizations with a public policy or social impact mission. Learn what makes their careers so rewarding and how they leverage their legal training to influence public policy within and beyond their organizations.
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Former Dean and Professor Emeritus (active), at Stanford Law School, a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a faculty co-director of the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, and co-director of the Stanford Law and Policy Lab
Associate Dean for Public Service and Public Interest Law; Former Acting Director of the Stanford Center for Racial Justice.
Principal Court Management Consultant, National Center for State Courts, focused on access to justice and business process in civil courts.
|Amy Matsui, JD, ’99
Director of Income Security and Senior Counsel at the National Women’s Law Center focused on economic issues, including federal & state tax law.
|Cesar de la Vega JD,‘14
Senior Policy Analyst, ChangeLab Solutions, focused on equity in education, health justice, housing and neighborhoods, and on community engagement.
|Jacqueline De León, JD ‘11
Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund, focused on voting rights. She co-authored NARF’s report, Obstacles at Every Turn: Barriers to Political Participation Faced by Native American Voters