If you are a student with an undergrad degree (or at least two years of coursework) in engineering, computer sciences or the hard sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, or related fields), and are interested in becoming a Patent Agent or Attorney, Stanford Intellectual Property Association and Practising Law Institute (PLI) invite you to a presentation by […]
with Professor Lisa Ouellette
Join CLB for a discussion with Pamela Ronald. Dr. Ronald is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Plant Pathology and the Genome Center at UC Davis. She will speak with […]
Moderated by Policy Lab Data Science Director, Elan Dagenais This workshop brings art, creativity, and math together to help you visually digest huge chunks of data for law and policy research and advocacy. The workshop highlights data viz […]
RSVP Learn the Nuts and Bolts Levin Center staff will share insights and thoughts about how to approach the second summer job search, the strategic decisions that should be made, […]
Stanford Law Review hosts a reception in conjunction with its panel on #MeToo and Sexual Harassment Law.
Artificial Intelligence has been revolutionizing myriad commercial products and services, as well as changing the ways businesses interact with data and technology. But this same AI technology is also having […]
Stanford Law Review presents a panel of professors for a discussion about the #MeToo movement and ways forward for sexual harassment law.
SLA Board Game Night in the Law Lounge. Students and significant others are invited to play board games (including chess) in the Law Lounge from 8PM to 10PM. Snacks and […]
Conference Theme: Law in Everyday Life The Stanford Program in Law and Society (SPLS) at Stanford Law School is pleased to announce its Fifth Conference for Junior Researchers. This two-day […]
Indigenous Peruvians, Shipibo People, protest oil spill in main water source (Accountability Counsel photo) Impact investors seek social change and sustainability. However, for investments in areas with weak rule of […]
RSVP Join Burt Neuborne, who is visiting this quarter from NYU, for a lunchtime conversation on Friday, May 11, 2018. Prof Neuborne will speak about his 50 years of public […]
Stanford Law Veterans Organization annual mess night
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Stanford Law Association hosts Law Prom, an event to bring the SLS community together one last time before we head into finals.
Join FGP for a panel with Sidley on tips for summer firm internships and general tips for OCI! Please RSVP so we can provide lunch to all. This is open […]
PI Fellows Design Workshop: Visualizing Public Interest Law Practice Areas Monday, May 14th | 12:45-2:00PM Room N104 Lunch will be served. Please RSVP here. Join the PI Fellows for a design […]
Female M&A attorneys from Hogan Lovells, Sullivan & Cromwell, and other firms have come together for form a new Women in M&A (WiMA) professional group. Come learn more about the […]
RSVP is required for this free event. Show me the data! Until the 21st century, just about all of our activities were private by default, public through effort; today anything that […]
Professor Claude M. Steele Professor Steele is a pioneering social psychologist who has written on (among other things) on the effects of bias and minority status. His work is summarized […]
Judge Ed Chen will address APILSA members and guests, followed by a dessert reception.
Join CLB for a lunch talk with visiting Professor and former CLB fellow, Jake Sherkow.
More information coming soon. Learn the Nuts and Bolts
Stanford undergraduates and graduate students share their experiences working with the China Guiding Cases Project over the past academic year, and discuss paid opportunities to work with the project going […]
Families separated. Rife sexual abuse in detention centers. Informants handed over to certain death. Refugees physically tortured and sexually abused. Pregnant women detained. Illegal solitary confinement tactics used. Seven year […]