with Professor Alan Chen, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Please join WSL, OutLaw, and OWLs for a lunch panel on being a litigator and a parent. Munger attorneys will discuss balancing their legal careers and family lives.
The U.S. intelligence agencies are vested with tremendous powers to collect information at home and abroad, on citizens and non-citizens, but subject to extensive oversight by all three branches of […]
Join APILSA for a conversation on race, civil liberties, and national security as we revisit a darkly relevant chapter in American history: the WWII internment of Japanese Americans. Our speakers: […]
Join the Federalist Society as we hear Hadley Arkes talk about natural law theory (details forthcoming).
The latest election brought with it a wave of stories about anti-Semitism: "sheriff's stars," (((triple brackets on Twitter))), desecrated Jewish cemeteries, punched Nazis, and even swastikas on Stanford's own campus. […]
This event, sponsored by the Stanford chapter of the American Constitution Society, will provide an informal atmosphere for students to discuss the judicial clerkship application process with peers who have already applied for clerkships. […]
Stanford's Race and Criminal Justice Reading Group, BLSA, OutLaw, and ACS are co-sponsoring a screening of Out in the Night, a documentary about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality […]