Deen Freelon, University of North Carolina, UNC Hussman School of Journalism and Media “Analyzing Social Media From A User-eye View With PIEGraph”
The Stanford Center for Law and History will hold its final workshop of the Quarter on Tuesday, November 16, from 12:45-1:45 PM (Pacific). Sara Forsdyke, Classical Studies & History, University of Michigan, will share the paper: “Democratic Justice: The Jury Trial in Ancient Greece and Criminal Justice Reform In the United States.”
Series of speakers from technology companies, discussing their practices, fields, and insights for law students. Affiliated with the Inhouse Product and Technology course, cosponsored by SLATA/SIPA/SAILS.
Learn how to organize research and data for compelling policy memos and briefing papers that illustrate underlying findings and principles. This workshop will highlight examples from past Policy Lab projects with attention to the differences between legal advocacy and policy analysis. You will learn general principles grounded in Robert K. Yin's foundational works on writing […]
Interested in environmental law? Think you might want to pursue a joint degree? The Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) will be hosting an information session on Tuesday, November 16th at 1:00 p.m. Law students considering a Joint Master of Science Degree in Environment and Resources are welcome to stop by and learn […]
Human Rights at SLS: A Call for More Human Rights Programming Interested in human rights issues like environmental justice, im/migration, corporate accountability, and more? Come join us for dessert and an […]
Members of STLR will be meeting to reflect/collect feedback on our fall issue and discuss plans for our next publication.