The Stanford Center for Law and History will hold its first workshop of the Quarter on Tuesday, October 19, from 12:45-1:45 PM (Pacific). Mark Krass, Stanford Law and Political Science, will share the paper: “Debunking the Non-Delegation Doctrine for State Regulation of Federal Elections.”
The Stanford National Security and the Law Society (SNSLS) is hosting an introductory lunch for interested members. We will discuss the organization's goals for the year, possible speaker and event ideas, and preview our first event on Friday 10/22.
OSA meets with each 1L section and Advance Degree program to welcome our new students to SLS. It is an opportunity to get to know OSA and for us to help support you. 12:45-2:00 pm Lunch Provided
Members of the First Generation Low Income Student organization will have a dinner with their faculty mentors.
Come mingle with other SLS students interested in immigration advocacy and human rights. 1Ls especially encouraged to attend to meet our 2L and 3L members! Food will be provided.
This event is to train new members of STLR on how to edit journal articles