with Professor Don Herzog, University of Michigan Law School
Presented by CodeX—The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics Jerry Kaplan - CodeX Fellow and Visiting Lecturer, Computer Science, Stanford University This event is open to the public. Lunch will be provided. Please register here. Register Now The common wisdom about Artificial Intelligence is that we are building increasingly intelligent machines that will ultimately surpass human […]
Meeting to discuss civil liberties and race.
Please join us for lunch and a discussion on the topic of “Practicing Law in New York City” with attorneys from the New York offices of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Thursday, March 2, 2017 12:45 PM Room 280B RSVP to Lesley Schreiber […]
Stanford Advocates for Immigrants' Rights (SAIR), an SLS student group, is conducting a series of teach-ins open to the Stanford community. These informal lectures led by law students are intended to educate the Stanford community about current immigration-related issues. This particular teach-in will focus on the rights of detained noncitizens in the U.S. and at our borders.
Join us for a discussion of Nationalism and Patriotism in Conservative Thought. Date: Th, 2 March Time: 12:45-2:00 Location: Rm 283 Lunch will be served, so please RSVP. Federally, Jace Yarbrough, SLS '18 email@example.com
Emiliano Catan (New York University Law School) will present “The Insignificance of Clear-Day Poison Pills” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2017. Download paper here.
Join us for a great opportunity to mix and mingle with local SLS alumni who live and work in LA. Professor Julie Brodie, Associate Dean of Clinical Education, will be joining us and is excited to share an update on the many clinic experiences available to current SLS students. Please join us for our first alumni event […]
Please join the Stanford Law & Wine Society on March 2nd for a guided tasting. Special guest Marc Peters of Morrison & Foerster (Palo Alto) will present some of his favorite wines, and talk about how to learn about wine as a young lawyer and the role that wine plays in the practice of law. […]
The Second Annual OutLaw Conference will be on Friday, March 3. This year's focus is Transgender Law and Advocacy. Women practitioners participate in a panel on LGBTQ advocacy.
We invite you to attend our symposium focusing on the regulation of disruptive technologies, such as virtual reality, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Please join the Women of Stanford Law (WSL) on March 3, 2016 for our annual Celebration of Women in the Law dinner. Representative Jackie Speier will deliver the keynote at this year's dinner, which will be held on campus at the Stanford Faculty Club. Congresswoman Speier represents California's 14th Congressional District, which includes our neighbors East Palo Alto […]
The Black Law Students Association, in partnership with the Black Graduate Students Association, is hosting a Know Your Rights Presentation and Q&A about law school for local minority high school students.
Registration is free. Seating is limited. Register Now This symposium aims to highlight the important research being done across interdisciplinary fields on race and law enforcement and the public health impact of police violence against minority groups. Join participants from academia, government, private, and non-profit sectors to generate new modes of thinking about these interconnected […]
Jim Obergefell, the namesake of Obergefell v. Hodges, is coming to town and wants to say hello to OutLaw.
Please join the Stanford Association of Law Students for Disability Rights as Stanford Law School Assistant Professor Rabia Belt discusses legal and policy challenges and opportunities facing the disability community in the Trump Era. Rabia Belt is a legal historian whose scholarship focuses on broad and diverse issues including 19th and 20th century U.S. History, Disability History, Legal History, […]
Stanford Law School, Room 280B Lunch will be provided RSVP Ann M. Ravel, former Chair of the Federal Elections Commission and former Chair of the California Fair Political Practices Commission, will speak to students about her career in campaign finance law at the state and federal levels, as well as the positions she had earlier […]
Visit to CA Supreme Court in San Francisco: hear oral arguments in several cases and meet with Justice Tino Cuellar In 2015-16, the Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) launched a new series called “Inside Justice” to give small groups of law students the opportunity to experience various aspects of and processes that comprise our criminal […]
with Visiting Professor David Grewal
Register Now The Legal Services Corporation provides funding to hundreds of local legal aid offices throughout the country to help those organizations provide basic legal assistance to those facing the most fundamental of legal problems: eviction, foreclosure, disaster relief, domestic violence, veterans benefits, divorce, child custody and consumer debt. President Trump’s draft budget proposes eliminating […]
Wednesday, March 8 12:45 pm Room 272 The Rule of Law Program is assisting the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rwanda in hiring two summer law clerks (based in Kigali, Rwanda). Law clerks assist the Chief Justice with legal research & writing, and ongoing legal reform projects. RSVP For more information about this […]
RSVP is required for this free event. In 2013, Elon Musk proposed an "open source transportation concept" of levitating vehicles zooming passengers through vacuum tubes at 760 miles an hour. It would be weatherproof, energy-efficient, relatively inexpensive, have autonomous controls. Its impact on urban and inter-city transport could reshape economies and families. Since Musk's proposal, a company in Los Angeles, Hyperloop One, has […]