On Thursday, February 22, come hear from 2Ls and 3Ls about their thinking about whether or not to participate in OCI. You will get to learn about several public interest pathways that did not include OCI, or that followed very limited OCI, and there will be time for Q&A. Lunch will be served!
Come support the team and Tara VanDerveer as the most winningest coach in NCAA's national history! Students, Faculty, and Staff are all welcome to participate in a community dinner before attending the women's basketball game on Friday, November 23. Food will be provided in Russo, and those attending the game can walk over to Maples […]
Please join the Neukom Center for the Rule of Law in welcoming Justice Alejandro Linares-Cantillo, former Justice of the Colombian Constitutional Court, as our next featured guest in our Rule of Law Speaker Series. This platform invites speakers to share their invaluable experiences in promoting and safeguarding the rule of law within their respective legal […]
Cardozo Law School Professor Gabor Rona, a renowned expert in the fields of international human rights law and international humanitarian law, will discuss international law in the Israel/Hamas conflict, including the U.N. Charter, the Geneva Conventions, the Genocide Convention, and international criminal law. Before joining the faculty at Cardozo, he has served as International Legal […]
This event is open to SLS Community (Faculty, Students and Staff) Are you interested in learning more about the AI tools that practicing attorneys are using to assist with drafting, research, document review, deposition preparation, contract analysis, due diligence, regulatory compliance, and other legal tasks? Join representatives from three leading companies that develop AI tools […]
Join Professor Michelle Anderson in conversation with SLS Alumna Judge Michelle T. Friedland, BS ’94, JD ’00. Judge Friedland will answer questions about appellate advocacy, her path to the bench, work/life balance, the clerkship application process, and how to serve as a successful law clerk.
Curious about the law professor hiring process? Interested in becoming a law professor? Wondering how your teachers got their job? Join Professors Chacon and Belt for an overview of the legal academia hiring process. Lunch is provided with RSVP. The session will be held in Room 290 on Feb. 27, 2024, 12:45 - 2 pm.
Please join Professor Alison Morantz and the Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Association for a discussion with employment law practitioners with plaintiffs’ firms. Panelists will discuss their careers and current events in employment law. Lunch will be served to those who RSVP.
Join us for a conversation with Lucy Koh, a judge on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Judge Koh previously served as a judge in the Northern District of California and Santa Clara County Superior Court. Judge Koh will discuss and answer questions about her path in the legal profession and to the Ninth Circuit. […]
The Stanford Center for Law and History presents a discussion on first time publishing in legal history with Greg Ablavsky (Stanford Law School), Rowan Dorin (Stanford History Department), and Marcela Maxfield (Stanford University Press) to talk strategies, challenges, and successes in publishing your first academic book in the field of legal history.