About the Symposium: DAOs - or decentralized autonomous organizations - have the potential to revolutionize governance as we know it. But many open questions remain regarding the role and legal structure of DAOs, the types of incentives that should be used to encourage network and governance participation, the best way to tailor voting mechanisms to particular […]
Stanford OWLS will host its second talk of the quarter, May 4. Paola Méndez, SLS 2L, will speak about transportation policy, participatory design of public spaces, and her work organizing low-income […]
Jill Lepore, the David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History at Harvard University, will be delivering our May 2022 Wesson Lecture. This lecture is a meditation on the consequences of the un-amendability and under-development of the U.S. Constitution. Her 2018 book, These Truths: A History of the United States,is an international bestseller and was named one of Timemagazine's […]
Optional Galley Night for STLR members who would like to complete their splits in person and receive feedback from Lead Editors and Executive Editors.