The Stanford Law Review is proud to announce its Volume 75 Symposium: Access to Justice 2023 marks the sixtieth anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright. It is, then, an appropriate time to take stock of the access to justice crisis in the United States. The most recent national survey, conducted by the Hague Institute for Innovation […]
Stanford Center for Law & History presents: Judith Surkis and "The Intimate Life of International Law after Decolonization: Custody, Nationality, and Franco-Algerian Children" February 7, 2023 Crown Bldg Room 185 12:50-2:00pm In Person and Virtual
Mr. Fine served as Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Justice from 2000 to 2011 in the Clinton, Bush, and Obama Administrations. After practicing law at a firm, Fine returned to government, and in January 2016 he became the Acting Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Defense. In this role, he led the […]
The Biden administration has made clear its concerns about the lack of competition in the U.S. economy, nominating strong enforcement-minded leaders to head the main antitrust agencies and pioneering an administration-wide approach to competition. The FTC – with a new Democratic majority – and the DOJ have voted to block several large mergers and focused increased […]
As always, you can count on the two days of in-depth discussions on patent law with panels of leading experts that you’ve come to expect at APLI. This year, however, we are debuting a new programming format for Day 2. View the full agenda here. The Day 2 agenda will consist of two separate, custom-designed […]
The Stanford Computational Antitrust team at CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics is organizing a unique conference dedicated to the implementation of computational antitrust.
Join the Bill Lane Center for the American West, Stanford Center for Law and History, and Department of History in conversation with the Hon. M. Margaret McKeown, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Judge McKeown will discuss her new book: Citizen Justice: The Environmental Legacy of William O. Douglas—Public Advocate and Conservation Champion. U.S. […]
This is an online event. A large and increasing number of companies have voluntarily committed to science-based targets to reduce carbon emissions pursuant to the Paris Agreement. While abating current carbon emissions is the highest priority, many companies have also incorporated carbon offsets into their strategy, particularly for near-term, hard-to-abate emissions. As a result, Voluntary […]
Please join us at Stanford Law School for a discussion on the Role of Faith in Business in Silicon Valley. We will be examining questions such as: What role does faith play in business in Silicon Valley? How should firms and leaders address issues of faith in a time of political and cultural polarization? Our […]
Join us on Friday, September 30, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for an informative and interactive conference featuring leading experts from academia, industry and the judiciary as they discuss emerging issues in technology and the law. Federal Circuit and district court judges will provide a “View from the Bench” in a panel discussion […]
Join us September 29-30 for two days of cross-professional presentations and conversations designed to push forward research on trust and safety. Hosted at Stanford University’s Frances. C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, the Trust and Safety Research Conference will convene trust and safety practitioners, people in government and civil society, and academics in fields like computer science, sociology, law, […]
DIRECTORS’ COLLEGE is the nation’s premier executive education program for directors and senior executives of publicly traded firms. At Directors’ College, you will engage virtually with leading CEOs, directors, regulators, jurists, and scholars on a rigorous and balanced examination of a broad range of issues that confront modern boards, including crisis anticipation and management, shareholder […]
Join Uber GC Tony West and other thought-leaders for a day of lively in-person discussions on how to navigate the most challenging questions facing our digital economy community! Top Experts Real Insights – learn best practices and practical solutions for the grey areas of digital economy law and business In-person – make real-world connections with top tech lawyers The Stanford Digital Economy Best Practices Conference is the premier event focused on […]
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) invites you to join us on Wednesday, June 1, for a special half-day event on the Future of Governance in California, with a reception to follow. Presenters include Tino Cuéllar, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, former professor at Stanford Law School, and former justice of the Supreme Court of California; and Bernadette Meyler, Carl and Sheila Spaeth Professor of Law at Stanford Law School.
SPILS students will present their final thesis in this public forum.
Join us for the Stanford Constitutional Law Center Spring Conference It is no surprise that an unprecedented Presidency in the United States should be an occasion for new thinking about the design of Article II of the U.S. Constitution and the scope of executive power in America. But in fact, this rethinking has been happening […]
Stanford Law School cordially invites you to receptions in Geneva and London featuring this year's W.A. Franke Global Law Scholars and SLS Faculty. May 17, 2022 Geneva: http://pgnet.stanford.edu/goto/event35119reg May 24, 2022 London: http://pgnet.stanford.edu/goto/event35120reg.
The Stanford Technology Law Review and the Stanford Law & Policy Review present a symposium on “Fairness and Transparency in AI.” Join us for panel discussions on “AI and Employment” and “AI Governance,” moderated by SLS faculty members Alison Morantz and Tom Rubin, plus a keynote address by Marc Rotenberg, President of the Center for […]
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 […]
Shaking the Foundations is an annual conference that brings together law students, practitioners, activists, and academics from around the country to discuss innovative strategies and solutions to the most pressing social justice issues of our day. The conference seeks to build a community that is committed to using law for positive, progressive social change by […]
The Stanford Center for Law and History will hold its fourth annual conference, “Legal Histories of Disease” as a hybrid event in-person at the Stanford Humanities Center and online via Zoom. The conference will explore how the law has historically responded to health crises and what contemporary insights can be drawn from this history. The […]
Leading experts from the public sector, private practice, and academia will gather at Stanford on April 29th, 2022 to address trends in patent law, particularly in relation to discretion at the PTAB. The various speakers will consider the degree to which the PTAB has exercised its discretion in granting or denying petitions for inter partes […]
STLR and SLPR's co-hosted 2022 Spring Symposium.
THE STANFORD BRIGHT AWARD FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY IN HONOR OF MARIA AZHUNOVA (2020) AND INDIA LOGAN-RILEY (2021) 5:00 pm - Reception 5:30 pm - Award Presentation and Remarks 6:00 pm - Panel Discussion on Indigenous Conservation Live stream: A live stream will be available for the 5:30 pm Award Presentation. To add the information to your calendar, […]