Stanford has long supported faculty, students, and staff in observing religious holidays of significance to them. In the complex process of creating the academic calendar, religious holy days are but […]
Virtually every public policy has causes and consequences beyond those that are intended or immediately visible. This is true of criminal law policies that use algorithmic predictions of flight before […]
Join a panel of 3L Public Interest Fellows to hear about paths to finding summer jobs and postgraduate jobs outside of the OCI process. The conversation is organized by the […]
We are excited to welcome Jeff Wu (SLS '01) back to Stanford Law School. He will speak about how his legal education prepared him for a senior policy role, transitioning […]
Join the CLB's second workshop of spring quarter. Osagie Obasogie, Haas Distinguished Chair, Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law, will discuss "Excited Delirium and Police Use of Force."Join […]
The First Amendment dominates debate about freedom of speech in the United States. Yet it is not the only law that protects expressive freedom. A rich body of local, state, […]
This will be the first official SLSEA event. We will discuss high-impact careers and effective altruism in general.
SLLSA Members: Join us for our spring general body meeting (the last GBM of the year!). We will talk about and potentially ratify an updated SLLSA constitution, vote for any […]