Join BLSA on Monday, February 28th at 12:45pm for a lunchtime conversation about careers in legal academia. Our panel will feature Professor Rabia Belt and Professor Diego Zambrano, who will […]
We are excited to host an APILSA clerkship panel over lunch on Monday, 2/28 at 1PM outside in Crocker. We hope this will be a chance to have a more […]
This event features a panel of alumni of the Law, Science & Technology LLM Program practicing in the Bay Area. This is an opportunity for current LST LLMs to get to know some alumni and learn about their work and their experiences after Stanford! The panel will be moderated by Michael Rosenbloom, the Teaching Fellow […]
Please join the Federalist Society for a conversation about State Constitutional Law featuring Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the Sixth Circuit and Prof. Jane Schacter. Dinner will be served. Please RSVP […]
Join Stanford Youth and Education Advocates (YEA) on Wednesday, March 9 at 12:45pm for a coffee break conversation about legal careers in youth advocacy. Welcome to all who would like […]
Since January 2021, 42 states have introduced bills or taken other steps to restrict discussions of racism and sexism in public schools. These “anti-Critical Race Theory” bills have figured prominently in the media, in elections, and most recently, in Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s confirmation hearing. But how are these laws impacting teachers and students on […]
Are you interested in international law? Do you enjoy oral arguments and brief writing? Do you like working collaboratively with fellow SLSers? Join members of the 2021-2022 JeSLSup team to learn more about the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court competition. The information session will take place on Wednesday, April 13 in Neukom 104 from […]
STLR and SLPR's co-hosted 2022 Spring Symposium.
Interested in pursuing a joint JD/MA in Education? Join Stanford's Youth and Education Advocates on Wednesday, April 27, 12:45-2pm, for lunch and an info session to learn about the application […]
Please join the Criminal Law Society in a unique conversation between opposing players in the criminal justice system— district attorneys and public defenders. Our event will bring together four SLS […]
To attend in person, register using the form below. To attend via live stream, register HERE. Join us for an engaged debate with the three candidates running to be the […]
Are you interested in getting your work published in a law journal, but not sure what that entails or where to start? On behalf of Volume 75 of the Stanford […]
Please join us for a book talk with author and Stanford Center for Law and History Fellow Brent Salter: “Negotiating Copyright in the American Theatre: 1856-1951.” The hybrid event is […]
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” […]
Over one-third of all children in the United States are reported to a state Child Protective Services agency at some point before they reach age 18. This broad system's flaws […]
Do you have questions about the leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization? Then, join us to hear our faculty experts Professors Bernadette Meyler, Jane Schacter, and Jeff […]
In light of the Zoom format, and the stellar speakers who have confirmed, we are opening the Public Interest Associates Panel this year to all students. Please join us to […]
The 5th-20th reunions will be celebrating their rescheduled in-person reunion on May 13-14.
Come hear from SLS students who went to Palestine over spring break with PalTrek about their experiences there, including what they learned from activists they met with in the West Bank and what they observed while moving through the occupied territories. Students with all levels of familiarity with the occupation are welcome. This will also […]
This panel discussion will demystify the role the first few years after graduation play in the arc of a legal career. Is Big Law the best place to get professional legal training? What are the tradeoffs (financial and otherwise) involved in choosing private or public sectors? Is starting in the private or public sector the […]
The American Constitution Society, and the Environmental Law Society are excited to bring you a panel discussion on West Virginia v. EPA, currently before the Supreme Court, which could limit the EPA's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. Professor Sean Donahue, whose firm Donahue, Goldberg & Littleton wrote a brief in the […]
Join us to hear recent SLS alumni talk about their judicial clerkships. The panelists will answer your questions and address topics including: - the daily tasks of a clerk, - the benefits of clerking, - the differences between clerking on district and appellate courts, - how to decide when to apply and when to clerk, […]
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 30th-45th and 55th reunions, including the Golden Gavel Society will be celebrating their rescheduled in-person reunion on May 20-21.
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.