Policy Lab Writing Workshop: Making Policy into Story

@ SLS: Room N102 Neukom Building, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA, United States

Join KPFA host/reporter and Knight Journalism Fellow Brian Edwards-Tiekert for a conversation about techniques to turn dry policy topics into engaging stories for op-eds and feature articles. This workshop is for anyone working in law, policy, or government who wants their work to reach a lay audience. You'll also learn how to pitch stories to news […]

Trying Patent Cases To Juries

@ SLS: Room 230 Crown Quadrangle, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA, United States

John M. Desmarais, of Desmarais LLP, will present on what it's like to try a patent case all the way to a jury. John Desmarais is the founding partner of Desmarais LLP, a top-ranked IP litigation boutique located in New York City that specializes in jury trials and alternative fee structures. Prior to founding Desmarais, […]

Friday classes meet from 1:15-9:45 p.m.

On these days, Friday classes regularly scheduled before 11:00 will meet as usual. Monday-Friday make-up classes will meet as follows: Classes regularly scheduled before 11:00 will meet 1:15-2:45. Classes regularly scheduled for 11:10 will meet 3:15-4:45. Classes regularly scheduled for 2:15 will meet 5:00-6:30. Classes regularly scheduled for 4:15 will meet 6:45-9:45, or at a […]

Transitioning from the Private Sector to Public Interest & Government

@ Stanford Law School 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA, United States

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 […]

Kirkwood Moot Court Information Session

@ SLS: Room 280A Crown Quadrangle, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA, United States

Information session for law students interested in participating in the Kirkwood Moot Court Competition during the 2017-2018 academic year. Next year's presidents, Joe DeMott and Jace Yarbrough, and vice-presidents, Nicole Allan and Matt Getz, will host the event and answer questions about the competition.

China Guiding Cases Project Writing Contest Info Session​

The China Guiding Cases Project ("CGCP") is excited to announce the China Cases InsightsTM Writing Contest. At this info session, CGCP Founder & Director Dr. Mei Gechlik, together with Jennifer Ingram (SLS 2012) and Dimitri Phillips (SLS 2013), will provide details and tips for the contest. Stanford students are invited to participate in this international […]

Stanford Patent Litigation Symposium

@ Stanford: Paul Brest Hall 555 Salvatierra Walk, Stanford, CA, United States

Register Now (Invitation Only) Leading experts from the public sector, private practice, and academia will gather at Stanford on May 10th and 11th, 2017, to address the phenomenon of the patent assertion entity (PAE) and the state of patent law reform. The first Stanford Patent Litigation Symposium inaugurates the public release of the Stanford NPE […]

Out in the Night, Documentary Screening and Discussion

@ SLS: Room 190 Crown Quadrangle 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA, United States

Stanford's Race and Criminal Justice Reading Group, BLSA, OutLaw, and ACS are co-sponsoring a screening of Out in the Night, a documentary about the intersection of race, gender, and sexuality in the criminal justice system. Refreshments will be served.