All students in the SLS Class of 2017 are invited to join the Class Photo in the Cooley Courtyard. Please arrive promptly at 12:45 pm.
Room 320-F, Third Floor RSVP This intimate workshop will support and empower students who might consider transitioning from the private sector to the public interest and/or service sectors later in their career. Space is limited to 10 students. The workshop is open to all students, regardless of graduation year or certainty of career plans, and […]
Please join OUTLaw and Feminist Students of Stanford Law for an informal discussion with Elizabeth Kristen, head of the Gender Equity & LGBT Rights Program at Legal Aid at Work. This is a great event for those interested in gender discrimination, Title IX, LGBTQ Rights, and to learn more about summer and externship opportunities to work […]
RSVP is required for this free event. Luis Villa is a solo practitioner focused on tech transactions and open source, with clients ranging from Fortune 100 to unicorns to startups to non-profits. Before going solo, he practiced at Wikimedia, Mozilla, and Greenberg Traurig, and in a prior life was an engineer at a Linux desktop […]
Have you ever wondered about the nuances and challenges of building and prosecuting a human trafficking case? How does the investigation get started; what kinds of information must be collected; how does the prosecutor work with the investigator and the survivor; what are the unique challenges of a survivor participating in a case against his/her trafficker? […]
According to the Dave Nee Foundation, while depression among law students is 8-9% prior to matriculation, it is 40% after three years. Lawyers are also found to be the most frequently depressed occupational group in the country. As this short quarter races to a close, please join the Stanford Association of Law Students for Disability […]
RSVP Each spring, we celebrate the end of the year with our spring public interest awards reception. We recognize the graduating students who have earned Pro Bono Distinction, students selected for public interest awards, and graduates who will be starting their careers in public service thanks to fellowships and governmental honors programs. Strengthen Community
with Professor Michelle Wilde Anderson
BLSA 1Ls will have the opportunity to ask questions of 2Ls and 3Ls who have gone through the 2L summer job search process.
Please join the Stanford Rock Center for Corporate Governance in welcoming Judge Jed Rakoff, United States District Judge on senior status for the Southern District of New York, in this lunchtime discussion on his numerous leading cases involving the financial crisis, Bernie Madoff scandal, insider trading, and key criminal justice issues. RSVP Judge Rakoff has been […]
Register Now Navigating a successful legal career is challenging for many reasons. For many of us, those challenges may be enhanced because of the implicit biases of those around us, including our own. In this talk, SLS alum and Cooley attorney Michelle Galloway will help you understand what implicit bias is, how it can play […]
This year marks the 135th Anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act. Join APILSA for a presentation on the legal history of immigration exclusion, and a discussion of the parallels between Chinese Exclusion and the Trump executive orders that exclude nationals from six predominantly Muslim countries. This panel will place Professor Lucas Guttentag, a national expert […]
All SLS students are welcome to attend this reception with legal employers. Co-sponsored by APILSA, BLSA, NALSA, OutLaw, SLLSA.
Jameel Jaffer, former Deputy Legal Director of ACLU and the inaugural director of Columbia’s Knight First Amendment Institute, will speak about his experience as a human rights and civil liberties lawyer in light of the contemporary political challenges in the U.S. and abroad. More details will be announced later. This talk is co-sponsored by the […]
Unsure on how to navigate life at a law firm over the summer? Want to learn information you never thought you needed to learn? Want delicious food? If you answered yes to any and all of those, then you should come and hear from attorneys and recruiting staff from Latham & Watkins on the Summer […]
Write to make a difference. Learn techniques to turn legal and policy writing into stories short on length and long on impact. Carla Spain, the SLS Associate Director of Media Relations, and Luciana Herman, Law and Policy Lab Lecturer, will guide you on shaping your writing to change minds. Learn how to find the hook, […]
Acting with Power inspired workshop for Stanford Law School's Women in Politics Women with Power The relationship between gender and power, as well as cultural identity in the workplace, (or school, or home,) is complex and dynamic, with men and women getting different results from the same behavior. Women & men, especially those in […]
ADSA & ILS would like to cordially invite you to join us for this second event in a series of 3 events providing a unique opportunity for Stanford Law students to learn from the personal experience of successful lawyers about topics such as: a) how to make the right career choices in law, b) how […]
As you start thinking about and preparing for OCI, you probably have lots of questions. With so many firms to choose from, how do you begin to tell them apart? One good way to start is to ask your 2L and 3L classmates about their OCI experience. They’ve been through it and can provide you […]
5:30 – 6:30 pm – Reception 6:30 – 8:30 pm – Dinner & Program Paul Brest Hall, Munger Graduate Residences Register Now Please RSVP by May 11 $200 per person (Wine, hors d'oeuvres, and dinner are included). This year we are delighted to announce that Preet Bharara, former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of […]
Register Now 1 Hour CLE Ethics Credit Agenda: 9AM-10AM SCREENING OF BETTER CALL SAUL 10AM-11AM DISCUSSION WITH PETER GOULD AND RHEA SEEHORN, MODERATED BY PROFESSOR DAVID GINSBURG 11:15AM-12:30PM LEGAL ETHICS DISCUSSION WITH PROFESSORS DEBORAH RHODE AND MICHAEL ASIMOW AND PRACTITIONER JOHN STEELE 12:30PM-1:30PM LUNCH
Strengthen Community This day-long retreat is for incoming 2L public interest mentors and 3L public interest fellows. We’ll end the retreat with a reception in the lounge area outside 320D for all public interest students.
with Professor Adam Kolber, Brooklyn Law School