Join Levin Center staff for an overview of the public interest job search, including timelines, resources, and funding options. This is a mandatory workshop you must attend before you schedule a personalized one-on-one appointment to maximize your time with Levin Center staff. Note that lunch is NOT being served.
If you have concerns about your student debt, you will want to come to this info session. Join Frank Brucato, Senior Associate Dean of Administration, for a discussion about a new pilot project separate from our Loan Repayment Assistance Program where Stanford can help you pay your loans. The pilot program is open to all […]
If you are interested in exploring public policy but lack the training and skills, consider joining the Policy Lab for any or all of our introductory skills workshops. The series offers an overview of methods and strategies for social change, beginning with an in-person boot camp on Saturday, 10/1, followed by a series of five […]
Through the lens of Stanford Law’s Clearinghouse on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research, this Policy Lab workshop will introduce useful diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) resources, with a particular focus on cultural responsiveness and reflective practice. Students will learn how to apply these resources for public policy and social problem-solving projects. The resulting framework for […]
Join the Policy Lab to learn techniques to interview stakeholders and experts for your public policy research. You will learn how to conduct semi-structured interviews to communicate empathy and gain the trust of your interviewees. Professor Phil Malone, Juelsgaard IP Clinical Director, will guide you through an interactive simulation that grounds you in fundamental techniques. […]
Human-centered design methods will help you re-imagine complex problems and possible interventions to create breakthrough solutions. You will learn how to work with project clients and community partners - including legal aid groups, courts, and government agencies -- to help solve the real problems that they & their users face. Students will work on interdisciplinary […]
This hands-on Zoom workshop will teach participants how to plan and carry out effective policy-related legal research from start to finish, including how to research secondary sources, statutes, regulations, cases, and policy resources, as well as how to conduct effective full-text searching within online databases. This workshop is excellently suited for anyone interested in improving […]
We invite 2L and 3Ls students to join Diane Chin to talk about your nonprofit summer internships and reflect on what you've learned. Register for one of the debrief sessions on 10/18 (criminal defense, criminal prosecution, or nonprofits) by 10/11. Lunch will be provided and the sessions will be held outdoors.
We invite 2L and 3Ls students to join Professor David Sklansky to talk about your criminal prosecution summer internships and reflect on what you've learned. Register for one of the debrief sessions on 10/18 (criminal defense, criminal prosecution, or nonprofits) by 10/11. Lunch will be provided and the sessions will be held outdoors.
Researching public policy requires synthesizing information from many different sources and disciplines: legal research, scientific data, economic predictions, findings, and recommendations from NGOs and blue-ribbon panels, think tanks, and government agencies. All of these and more guide policymakers. Join this workshop to learn how to identify and access non-legal sources of information and understand techniques […]
This program is for our Advanced Degree students. We will have a fun interactive networking workshop with a wonderful guest speaker. Networking is an important skill that can help with business development as well as career development. We have invited Jill Wesley, a corporate trainer, to lead an interactive networking workshop. She has led professional […]
Virtually every public policy has causes and consequences beyond those that are intended or immediately visible. This is true of criminal law policies that use algorithmic predictions of flight before trial, environmental policies involving greenhouse gas emissions and conventional pollutants, and social and health policies that address homelessness, institutional racism, and the distribution of Covid […]