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 one of many considerations. The Office for Religious & Spiritual Life makes available to faculty, staff and students a list of significant religious holidays at […]
Members of the Class of 2024 will discuss their judicial externships, including the application process, types of assignments, interaction with judges and clerks, and opportunities to view court proceedings.
The next Stanford Law and Political Economy Project discussion will take place next Wednesday, 11/2 at 1:00 pm – the focus of this discussion will be on the political economy of the modern Bay Area and popular movements (labor, housing, and environmental organizing).
A discussion with attorneys from Freshfields about practicing international law.
Come join the SLS Christian Legal Fellowship for our weekly Women's Bible Study as we work through the book of Daniel. Contact Hannah Motley (email@example.com) for location details.
The objective of this series is for students of all years and faculty/staff to get to know one another in a more informal setting around great food and fun. Faculty and staff will open up their homes to students for a night of dinner and games. If you are interested, please read the Google Form […]
The Stanford Journal of International Law will host its source pull for the first edition of the journal. All member editors will eat dinner with the e-Board and then move to a classroom to take a first stab at the source pull in one big group.