Please join the Stanford Federalist Society for a lunch event featuring Professor Todd Zywicki from George Mason--Scalia Law School. Lunch will be served.
The "Unissued Diplomas" exhibition shares the stories of 40 Ukrainian students who will never graduate because they lost their lives in the ongoing war. February 24th marks two years since the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Join us for an exhibition launch event welcoming “Unissued Diplomas” to Stanford Law School. Professor Jensen, Director of the Rule […]
Mark Dighton, the Administrative Director of the Patent Bar Review at the Practising Law Institute, will discuss the patent bar exam, those who should consider taking it, what the exam looks like, and more. Food will be served before to those who RSVP.
On Thursday, February 22, come hear from 2Ls and 3Ls about their thinking about whether or not to participate in OCI. You will get to learn about several public interest pathways that did not include OCI, or that followed very limited OCI, and there will be time for Q&A. Lunch will be served!
The JD/MBA Club will host a high-level discussion regarding being an associate at a big law firm and the business of law. We will be joined by senior leaders from Paul Hastings, including Frank Lopez, Chair of the Firm, and Sherrese Smith, Managing Partner. All members of the 1L class are invited to attend.
Please join the SLS Federalist Society and the Rock Center for an event on corporate governance, featuring Former Chief Justice Leo Strine and Prof. Joe Grundfest. Lunch will be served.
The International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic is celebrating its first year after being relaunched in Spring 2023. Join us and hear from former Clinic students on their work over the past year on LGTBQIA+ rights in Uganda and Jamaica, human rights and peace-building in Kashmir and the intersection of human rights and migration […]
Omar Shakir, an SLS alum, serves as the Israel and Palestine Director at HRW, where he investigates human rights abuses in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. He has authored several major human rights investigatory reports. Join us to hear him speak about developments in the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and […]
Hear from Robert Harris, a senior career lawyer in the Office of the Legal Adviser Office of the U.S. State Department, and an SLS alum, about practicing international law and foreign relations law for the U.S. Government in the State Department.
Excited about using AI in dispute proceedings? Join CodeX and SIAA in an AI debate where tech enthusiasts will discuss the merits of AI being used currently in dispute proceedings and debate the viability of developing arbitration laws/institutional rules to better facilitate its use (if at all, it can be used!) in dispute resolution. Join […]
Come join LPE for our winter panel on civil rights law! Get a free lunch and join a conversation with California Deputy Attorney General and Head of Civil Rights Enforcement, Lisa Ehrlich, along with Legal Director at ACLU NorCal and Lecturer in Civil Rights at UC Berkeley Law, Shilpi Agarwal, moderated by SLS's very own […]
Please join ACS for an interesting and informative conversation with Lecturer and Three Strikes Project attorney Lara Hoffman for a seminar on the work of public defenders. Hoffman has an extensive background in indigent public defense and social justice. Before teaching at Stanford Law School, she served as a federal public defender in California, where she […]
Join If/When/How and SPARC to hear panelists with experience in public defense and reproductive justice discuss their work on the criminalization of pregnancy and pregnancy loss outcomes. Panelists include attorneys at If/When/How, Pregnancy Justice, and Legal Momentum. Our very own Professor Joanna Grossman will facilitate the discussion. Lunch will be provided.
Join SNSLS and SIHRLA in hearing from four recent SLS alumni working in fascinating policy-oriented careers in government, tech, international development, and humanitarian affairs. The following alumni will discuss their non-traditional pathways to public service or policy innovation and offer advice for making the most of an SLS degree in the policy space. Ryan Harper […]
Please join the Federalist Society for a lunch talk featuring Judge Ryan Nelson from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Lunch will be served.
Happy Black History Month! The Black Law Students Association is hosting a lunchtime Q&A with Luke Liss (JD '06), the pro-bono partner at Wilson Sonsini. Students are encouraged to attend this discussion to hear Luke's journey to becoming pro-bono partner, the importance of community service in the legal industry, and how his identity as a […]
Marcela Robledo, partner at Cleary Gottlieb, will speak to the Law, Science & Technology LLM Class about her work on the Intellectual Property, Tech and Data aspects of M&A, joint venture, and other agreements, as well as Generative AI and the risks involved for developers, users, and others. Anyone is welcome, food will be provided […]
Join Sam McClure (Stanford J.D. 2017, Lecturer at SLS) in a Zoom interview with immigration attorney Sophie Alcorn (Stanford B.A. 2005) about immigration law for Stanford startup founders. Sophie will provide advice regarding the appropriate strategy for founders on student visas, those graduating in June 2024, and recent graduates. There will be time for Q&A […]
Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) operations in Gaza have since garnered much attention, scrutiny, and criticism. Much of the criticism, fair or not, comes from reporters, activists, and lawyers with little or no experience applying the law of war in combat. How do combatants comply with the law of armed conflict on the ground? What processes […]
Please join the Federalist Society for a lunch event with Justice Goodwin Liu (Cal. Supreme Court) and Justice Clint Bolick (Ariz. Supreme Court). Lunch will be served.
Please join ACS for an interesting and informative conversation with Fellow and Lecturer Tyler Valeska for a seminar on the right to protest. Valeska has written and worked extensively on issues relating to the First Amendment, privacy, and police transparency. This event will take place on January 29 from 1 to 2 PM. This is a […]
The Neukom Center for the Rule of Law is pleased to welcome Judge Mirosław Wyrzykowski, a former judge of the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland and Professor at the University of Warsaw, as a featured guest in our annual Rule of Law Speaker Series. This platform invites speakers to share their invaluable experiences in promoting and safeguarding the rule […]
ACS is hosting Criminal Law Professors Chacón and Sklansky for its second Beyond the Doctrine event of 2024! In this speaker series, professors provide insight into the broader social context surrounding the doctrinal rules we learn in the classroom and answer student questions. In this series, we provide space for students to ask new questions -- […]
Now that you’ve received your first law school grades, you may have practical questions about how grades might affect things like your job search, clerking options, or law review. Perhaps you didn’t perform as well as you hoped and your confidence took a hit. We are here for all of it. Susan Robinson, Associate Dean […]
Fall exams may be a distant memory, and you may have zero desire to review something you wrote over a month ago, but constructively reviewing your past exams or model exam answers can help you grow as a writer and identify strategies for improving your performance so that you can do as well as possible […]