Stop by the Russo Student Lounge starting Thursday, Sept. 23 to 'leaf' your mark on our Community Tree, a participatory art project. We invite you to add your own leaves to the project, or just read what others have contributed. Place leaves: in the roots, to describe a self-care/resilience practice that grounds you on the […]
Set an intention. Stop by the law library second floor lounge to mindfully reflect on your intention(s) for the year, and memorialize your intention to a bookmark. Craft supplies, resources, and sweet treats will be available throughout the week at this self-led intention-setting station.
with Professor Diego Zambrano “How Litigation Imports Foreign Regulation”
Meeting for all Editors-in-Chief of law school journals hosted by the Journal Manager, Meg Harrington.
Traditional ways of discussing the “crime rate” are inadequate and antiquated given the complexities of how crime affects specific communities—particularly communities of color. During this discussion, a diverse set of stakeholders will explore how to approach crime policy—at the local, state, and federal levels—in more refined and nuanced ways. The panel will also highlight the […]
Come learn about a career in human rights, rule of law, development finance, foreign policy and other areas of global public interest practice from alumni and working in these areas. Alumni: June Shih, US State Department; Patrick Heller, Natural Resource Governance Institute; Jordi Agusta-Panareda, International Labor Organization; Jennifer Gibson, Reprieve; Melissa Johns, World Bank ; Julian Simcock, US State Department ; […]
The Stanford Center for Law and History presents a book talk to celebrate the recent publication of David C Flatto, The Crown and the Courts Separation of Powers in the Early Jewish Imagination (Harvard University Press). David Flatto will join us with commentary provided by Charlotte Fonrobert, Religious Studies (Stanford) and Orit Malka, Taube Center […]
This will be SLLSA's fall general body meeting where we will introduce the board to our members, officially welcome our 1Ls, and preview upcoming goals and events for the year!
This is an event to welcome new members to the Stanford Technology Law Review.