All students are welcome to take a break and join OSA in the law lounge for snacks and some Halloween movies.
Fred Merkin, JD ‘72 (Class of 1970), served over three decades in various roles within the Los Angeles City Attorney's office. Beginning in 1973 as a criminal prosecutor, in 1975 he moved on to other roles on the civil side of the office. Merkin argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in City of Los Angeles […]
The 2021-22 redistricting cycle will determine for the subsequent decade whether congressional and legislative elections will be free and fair or whether they will be inherently biased in favor of one party. The Stanford Public Interest Redistricting Project (or DrawCongress.Org) will perform a unique role in the 2021-2022 redistricting process. It will both influence the […]
Law and Political Economy (LPE) at Stanford will be hosting a second reading group session, this time focusing on labor and antimonopoly. Please fill out this form if you plan on attending. A working syllabus is attached here, and you can learn more about the national LPE Project here. We'll circulate readings and some discussion questions over the LPE […]