Federalism, ERISA, and State Single-Payer Health Care
With Professor Erin Fuse Brown, Georgia State University College of Law
Hi SLS, Are you curious about religious diversity at SLS? Want to know more about your classmates' beliefs and how they influences their decisions? Please join us for an interfaith discussion panel to discuss different religious traditions at SLS. Our conversation will focus on how understanding different belief systems can strengthen our sense of community and protect against hate and […]
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm | Lunch & Discussion Stanford Law School - Room 280B Avoid lines at the parking machines with the Parkmobile app Open to SLS Students & Community RegisTER NOW Come hear former Senator Russ Feingold share his thoughts on how young people generally and lawyers specifically can make a difference in […]
Register Heather Trujillo Smith, Frank Brucato and Diane Chin will go over the procedures for enrolling in Stanford's Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). Stanford Law School has offered its graduates a loan repayment assistance program since 1985 when it was one of the first programs of its kind. Now the program, named The Miles and […]
Seasonal Gerrymandering: Yellow Fever, Statecraft, and Citizenship in Antebellum New Orleans
With Professor Kathryn Olivarius, Stanford History Department
Stanford International Arbitration Association (SIAA) will be hosting ICC Court of Arbitration’s Vice President and former Secretary General of HKIAC (Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre), Chiann Bao on April 30 morning. She is interested in meeting students who are interested in: (a) practicing in Asia; or (b) arbitration on Asia-related disputes. We will hold an information discussion with her […]
SLS professor Mark Lemley will give a talk entitled, Playing Both Sides? Branded Sales, Generic Drugs, and Patent Policy. A delicious hot lunch will be served.
Is Article V a Constitutional Sleeping Giant About to Awaken?
With Russ Feingold, Herman Phleger Visiting Professor
A Conversation Between Professor Janet Martinez, Director, Senior Lecturer in Law, Gould Negotiation and Mediation Program; Co-Director, Gould Alternative Dispute Resolution Research Initiative And Alexander Fessas, Secretary-General of the ICC International Court of Arbitration Agenda (Subject to Change) ICC Arbitration generally: how does ICC situate in the North American Market? The ICC Experience and […]
Register Levin Center staff will share insights and thoughts about how to approach the second summer job search, the strategic decisions that should be made, as well as how to consider the 2L summer in relation to clerkships, post-graduate fellowships and local/state/federal government honors and new attorney programs. We will also discuss and answer questions […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome Judge Britt Grant from the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Judge Grant, a graduate of Stanford Law School, is also a former Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Register This is a mandatory meeting for 1L students and students are eligible to receive summer funding for the first time. We will cover the summer funding essential forms that students need to be completed prior to the start of summer as well as what to expect during the summer. This is a brown bag […]
Friday classes meet twice
Friday classes meet twice: Classes regularly scheduled for 8:00-9:50 will meet 1:30-3:00 Classes regularly scheduled for 9:55-11:00 will meet 3:15-4:30 Classes regularly scheduled for 11:10-12:40 will meet 4:45-6:15
Legal Histories and Legacies of the 19th Amendment
A Conference in Anticipation of the Amendment’s Centennial Stanford Center for Law and History Closing Reception Sponsored by the Stanford Law Library Registration is required and is on a first come, first served basis. Seating is limited. To register, click here. Breakfast for Conference Participants and Attendees, 9:00 – 9:30 AM Movements for Suffrage and […]
Semana Latina: Día de Méndez
SLLSA's annual celebration at the end of Semana Latina! The event name is a tribute to Professor Méndez, Stanford Law School's first Latino tenured Professor. Check in will be in Crocker Garden, and then guests will proceed to the Law Lounge where food will be served. Join SLLSA for a night celebrating the Latinx community. […]
Join SLS Women In Politics and Stanford in Government for a conversation with Virginia "Vigie" Ramos Rios, campaign manager for Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
SAILS AI and Human Rights Symposium is a one-day conference bringing together academic, practice and industry leaders. The focus of the symposium will be broad, exploring current and future impacts of technological change on human rights with an emphasis on the ethical dimensions of disruptive technologies. Participants will discuss discrimination and bias in algorithms, freedom […]
Access Before Evidence and the Price of the FDA’s New Drug Authorities
With Associate Professor Erika Lietzan, University of Missouri School of Law
12:45 pm - 2:00 pm | Lunch & Discussion Stanford Law School - Room 180 Avoid lines at the parking machines with the Parkmobile app This event is free and open to the public – registration required Lunch will be served RegisTER NOW Professor David Sklansky will moderate a discussion with Emily Bazelon, staff writer […]
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 5:45 pm - 6:00 pm | Dinner 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm | Discussion Stanford Law School - Room 190 This event is free and open to the public. Register Now The US Constitution has been amended, in accordance with Article V of the Constitution, only 27 times in our country’s history. The […]
Stanford Law School and the SLS Bay Area Chapter cordially invite you to attend a Dean's Celebration Reception, featuring M. Elizabeth Magill, Outgoing Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Dean, and Jenny S. Martinez, Incoming Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Dean. Guests are welcome. Registration is required; kindly register by Friday, April 26. […]
This event is for LLM and Advanced Degree students only.
******** Cancelled ******** Join us for an informative attorney panel discussion on what you can do to have a positive and productive summer. If you’re heading to a firm this summer, you don’t want to miss this program! Panelists: Billy Abbott (SLS '10) - O'Melveny & Myers Angi Li (SLS '14) - Covington & Burling […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome Third Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas. Holding degrees from Columbia University, Oxford University, and Yale Law School, Judge Bibas was previously a professor of law and criminology at the University of Pennsylvania Law School before his nomination and confirmation to the bench. Before his career in academia, […]
Stanford Program in Law and Society’s Sixth Conference for Junior Researchers
The Stanford Program in Law and Society (SPLS) presents its Sixth Conference for Junior Researchers. This two-day conference seeks to provide a stimulating platform where junior researchers from around the world can present their current research projects on law and society and receive input from faculty and other participants. It also seeks to build a […]
You are invited to an evening with celebrated dance company Black Label Movement, led by artistic director and Stanford Law graduate Carl Flink, JD '01, with an exclusive pre-show gathering for SLS alumni and friends at the "chef's table" at Erté. Black Label Movement is one of the Twin Cities' leading contemporary dance companies. May 10 […]
STARTUP BOOTCAMP FOR ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Saturday, May 11, 2019 Hands-on bootcamp on product, design and pitching to give law, CS, and business students an insider’s view on building a startup. Students will build startup ideas to address some of world’s biggest challenges and advance the United Nations’s Sustainable Development Goals, including: Access to […]
Rural Health, Universality, and Legislative Targeting
With Professor Nicole Huberfeld, Boston University
Please join Women In Politics as we welcome Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren to campus. Moderated by Professor Shirin Sinnar, Congresswoman Lofgren will speak about her over two decades of experience in Congress. She will focus on being a woman in politics and immigration, both issues that she has dedicated many efforts to.
The Stanford Antitrust Law and Policy Association invites you to its inaugural conference: Antitrust Law and Policy in a Time of Populism. Prof. Daniel Rubinfeld (NYU/Berkeley) and Douglas Melamed (Stanford) will be the speakers. Non-pizza lunch will be served. Limited spots. Please RSVP as soon as possible: https://forms.gle/sgFn7wnocQytXqyy7
What should digital assistants, like Alexa and Siri, remember and share about disclosures of sexual assault or self-harm?
What should digital assistants, like Alexa and Siri, remember and share about disclosures of sexual assault or self-harm?
Adam Miner is a licensed clinical psychologist, and faculty Instructor at Stanford Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Miner's research brings to light the unique relationship between people and their talking devices (e.g. smartphones, home-based digital assistants), and highlights opportunities for improved public health interventions for sensitive user disclosures. Dr. Miner has published […]
As the opioid crisis continues to devastate communities throughout the country, hundreds of states, counties, cities, tribes, and private parties have filed suit seeking to hold drug companies accountable. The scope and scale of these lawsuits are unprecedented, and most are now consolidated before a single district court in Cleveland, Ohio. Join us as Elizabeth […]
Annual keynote speech and dinner to commemorate 2019 AAPI Heritage Month celebrations at SLS. Come hear Keynote Speaker Cecillia Wang, a deputy legal director at the national ACLU and directs the Center for Democracy, which encompasses the ACLU’s work on immigrants’ rights, voting rights, national security, human rights, and speech, privacy and technology. Ms. Wang […]
Federal Aggrandizement and the Decay of State Courts
With Professor Diego Zambrano
12:45 - 2:00pm Room 280A, Stanford Law School Lunch will be provided Register Now Please join the Rock Center for Corporate Governance Student Lunch Series for an interactive discussion with David Hyman, General Counsel of Netflix; moderated by SLS Professor George Triantis. David Hyman General Counsel, Netflix To view David Hyman's full bio, click here. […]
SLA Law Prom
Obviousness: Before and After
With Associate Professor Dmitry Karshtedt, George Washington University Law School
5:15 pm - 6:00 pm - Reception 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm - Panel Discussion SLS Classroom Building, Room 290 Parking: Wilbur Field Garage, any visitor parking spot. Register Now In this year’s Morrison & Foerster Lecture in honor of Marshall L. Small, B.A. ’49, J.D. ’51, Joseph A. Grundfest, David M. Lynn, Robert J. […]
Nowhere to Run: African American Travel in Twentieth-Century America
With Professor Allyson Hobbs, Stanford Department of History
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome Joe Lonsdale to discuss regulation in Silicon Valley. Mr. Lonsdale is an American entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. After famously co-founding Palantir Technologies in 2004, Mr. Lonsdale was a founding partner at 8VC, Addepar, and OpenGov. Recently, in 2018, Mr. Lonsdale placed #22 on the Midas List, […]
Join Stanford National Security Law Society for a lunch with Professors Allison Berke, Ph.D. and Executive Director of the Stanford Cyber Initiative, Milana Trounce, M.D., and Megan J. Palmer, Ph.D. to learn about biosecurity threats and related national security challenges.
Have questions you've always been afraid to ask your LGBTQ friends? Not sure about the right terminology to use when referencing certain parts of the community? Wondering what phrases like "gender expansive" mean? Come join Outlaw for an AMA (ask me anything). No matter what you ask, we won't read you for filth (don't know what […]
In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month this May, the Asian Alumni Chapter of the Graduate School of Business (GSB) is proud to offer an on-campus special screening of a new documentary film about the late San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee -- the first Asian American mayor of a major US city. The hour-long […]
What is the connection between immigration policy and agricultural work? This event will discuss diverse perspectives from those working in this field. The discussion may include an explanation of the H2A program, how the program has evolved, other immigration proposals for agricultural work, farmworkers' rights, and other possible pathways forward.
The Stanford Legal Design Lab will host this presentation from the Bogota, Colombia-based Legal Design Lab at Universidad de Los Andes. Santiago Pardo, an SLS alum and constitutional lawyer, has developed this lab with partnerships with the Constitutional Court of Colombia this year. He will virtually present about how his interdisciplinary team of lawyers, designers, […]
Join attorneys from Covington's D.C. office to learn more about corporate practice areas in BigLaw and tips for your summer.
Con Law Center Conference: Free Speech and the Internet
Join JD student Autumn Bordner and PhD student Caroline Ferguson for a discussion of their work on the intersection of climate change, empire, and environmental justice in the Marshall Islands. Bordner and Ferguson will first share perspectives from interviews conducted over the past year in the Marshall Islands, before discussing legal avenues that the Marshallese […]
The Platform Challenge: Balancing Safety, Privacy and Freedom
With Adjunct Professor Alex Stamos, Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), SU
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome the Honorable Judge Allison Eid (BA '87), Brendan Cullen (JD '95), and Robert Dunn for a panel discussion on the jurisprudence of Justice Thomas.
Join the Stanford Prisoner Advocacy and Resources Coalition (SPARC) for a panel discussion about mental health and incarceration. Please RSVP here as lunch will be provided. Joshua Mason is a formerly incarcerated undergrad who is a part of Underground Scholars at UC Berkeley. He has spent significant time in solitary confinement as a youth and […]
Online advertisements range from employment, housing or health products to insurance, loans or gambling. Tech companies use Big Data analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to draw non-intuitive and unverifiable inferences and predictions about the behaviours, preferences, and private lives of individuals to offer them products. These inferences draw on highly diverse and feature-rich data of […]
SLS alumnae are invited to join Stanford Women on Boards for this discussion featuring Linda Curtis, JD/MBA ’86; Anne Gates (serves on 3 public boards - Kroger (NYSE: KR), Tapestry (NYSE: TPR), and Raymond James (NYSE: RJF)); and Todd Hutchings, Managing Partner Egon Zehnder, Los Angeles/Palo Alto. Discussion will be moderated by P.Y. Nicole Chang, JD/MBA ’95, and Deborah Medrano, MBA ’96. Attendees will gain insights as […]