During this U.S.Beyond Borders election cycle, there has been a lot of talk about migration from Mexico to the United States. Mirte Postema, Fellow for Human Rights, Criminal Justice and Prison Reform in the Americas at the Stanford Human Rights Center, Stanford Law School, will address the reasons why people are leaving Central America and […]
Join Steyer-Taylor Center faculty and researchers in conversation with Marcene Broadwater, Global Head of Climate Strategy and Business Development for the ICF/World Bank Group Climate Business Department. Please RSVP here. Ms. Broadwater is responsible for growing IFC’s investments in sustainable business with an emphasis on renewable power, industrial energy efficiency, green buildings, urban infrastructure, climate-smart […]
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Lunch will be provided. Register Now This past year was a remarkable one for the Supreme Court. The cases ranged across affirmative action, public employees unions, voting rights, abortion regulations, immigration, public corruption, juvenile justice, and class actions. Justice Scalia died unexpectedly and, […]
We'll be discussing the late Justice Scalia's article The Rule of Law as a Law of Rules. When: Monday, 17 October. Where: TBD Wine and cheese will be available. Federally, Jace Yarbrough, SLS '18
Paul Brest Hall, Munger Graduate Residences This event is invitation only. 10:00 am Academics Professor Colleen Chien (Santa Clara) Professor Peter S. Menell (Boalt) Professor Robert P. Merges (Boalt) Moderator: Mark A. Lemley (Stanford) 11:00 am Visiting District Judges Chief Judge Leonard P. Stark (D. Del) Judge Andrew J. Guilford (C.D. Cal) Judge Robert W. […]
Engage the Issues Students who worked at a non-profit organization this summer are invited to a ‘debrief’ session with Diane Chin and Jayashri Srikantiah. This is an opportunity to raise issues, share lessons learned, and celebrate the work you were able to do. Lunch will be provided. RSVP
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Privacy - Jim Snell and Christian Lee, Perkins Coie
Explore Public Interest Selena Kyle heads the Chicago branch of the Litigation Team at the Natural Resources Defense Council. She works to defend EPA's new carbon-pollution regulations for new and existing power plants and to challenge oil and gas development that threatens sensitive communities and scarce water supplies. Her past work includes successful lawsuits to […]
RSVP is required for this free event. For many years since the European Data Protection Directive was implemented across Europe in 1998, data privacy was seen as an issue that mainly concerned what companies did with personal data behind the scenes. However, since the famous "Right To Be Forgotten" Spanish case of Costeja v Google, […]
Explore Public Interest This faculty panel will provide students with an overview of international public interest practice. Come learn about a career in human rights, rule of law, development finance, budget transparency, foreign policy and other areas of global public interest practice. Faculty Panelists: Professor James Cavallaro Professor Beth Van Schaack Professor Jenny Martinez This […]
BLSA holds a study hall each week for students of color to come together and study in a communal space. This week, it will occur on a Tuesday to avoid conflicts with the Presidential Debate on Wednesday.
with Visiting Professor Curtis Milhaupt
Wednesday, October 19 the Ninth Circuit is coming to Stanford to hear oral arguments. 9:30-3:00 1L students are required to attend the argument from 12:45-2:10. Room 80 (Moot Court Room) Contact Person: Randee Fenner email@example.com
This event is open to the public. Lunch will be provided. Please register here. Register Now The law and the legal profession are undergoing rapid change due to - among other forces - expanding use of information technology in the delivery of legal services. Join CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics’ leaders, fellows […]
Join the American Constitution Society for its Welcome BBQ! If you aren't already familiar with ACS, don't worry–you should still attend! We provide a forum for the nation’s best legal minds to articulate a progressive vision of our Constitution and laws. We're one of more than 200 student chapters in the country, and one of the biggest […]
Location Room 190, Stanford Law School 7:30 – 8:00am Continental Breakfast 8:00 – 9:30am Program 1 hour CA CLE Credit Register Now The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is a hot-button issue for enforcement agencies in the United States, and for companies around the world that may be subject to the FCPA’s long extraterritorial reach. […]
Engage the Issues A discussion with Professors Pamela Karlan and Nathaniel Persily. Co-sponsored by the Levin Center, the Stanford Constitutional Law Center, American Constitution Society, Black Law Students Association, and Native American Law Students Association. RSVP
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Appellate Litigation - Rob Dunn, Gibson
Engage the Issues Join us for a talk by Jenik Radon of the Columbia School International and Public Affairs. RSVP
Vic Khanna (University of Michigan Law School) will present “Can Two Wrongs Make a Right?: Insights from the Development of the Home Mortgage Market in India” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Autumn 2016. To download the paper click here.
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Appellate Litigation - Brian Goldman, Orrick
Explore Public Interest Alex Lampert joined Neufeld Scheck & Brustin, LLP as a Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. Fellow in 2012, bringing her interest and experience in criminal defense and social justice to work on cases at the intersection of civil rights and criminal justice reform. While at Stanford Law, Alex gained litigation experience by interning […]
Explore Public Interest This is the third panel of a series providing 1L students with an overview of domestic public interest practice. Attorneys from local, state, and federal government agencies will discuss their careers and answers questions at this session. Panelists: Adelina Acuña, JD '12, California Attorney General's Office. Erica Blachman Hitchings, JD '07, US […]
Bluebook and Greenbook training for new ELJ member editors.