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), […]
The Constitution and Political Parties James Madison once observed that “n every political society, parties are unavoidable.” Yet the Constitution itself contains no reference to political parties. What is more, […]
MEMORIAL FOR TRIPP ZANETIS Friday, May 18th at 2:30 PM The Grove, Stanford Law School Reception to follow in Cooley Courtyard and the Student Lounge
Join the SLS Drama Society as we dance the night away following our annual Law School Musical performance!
Come hear Dr. Dexter Hadley speak about his fascinating work in AI/ML, blockchain, and medicine. Lunch will be served. Event co-sponsored by the Stanford Blockchain Collective. "Dexter Hadley thinks that […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome the Honorable Pierre Leval. Judge Leval will discuss the challenges associated with distinguishing between dictum and holding, as well as the difficulties […]
Whether you're planning on going into a public interest job after graduation, want to go into public service/office later in your career, or want to be supportive of public interest […]
*Updated date* Please join your LGBTQ classmates for OutLaw's annual Ask Me Anything panel. In the spirit of queeriosity, come prepared with questions. Lunch will be provided.
Stanford Law Review will be hosting a mandatory Senior Editor training for members of Volume 71.
An earlier session will be held on May 16, 1:00 - 2:00 pm.
Stanford Law School is chock full of people, both students and faculty, with fascinating and illuminating experiences. By sharing those experiences in informal sessions, thereby encouraging candor, disclosure and the […]
with Visiting Professor Zahr Said
Artificial Intelligence and attendant technologies are dramatically impacting the digital health space. But as with any technological innovation, there arise novel legal, ethical, policy, and regulatory concerns. Come to this […]
This will be an informal discussion with Professor Zachary Kaufman on "Judaism as Inspiration: Faith's Impact on Scholarship, Social Entrepreneurship, and Service."
Please join the International Law Society for a Spring BBQ to welcome our new board and celebrate the outgoing board for all their hard work this year! We'll be at […]
with Elizabeth Katz, Stanford Law School
The Women of Color Collective will be having lunch with visiting Professor Said to hear about her career and her experiences as a woman of color in IP, academia, and […]
An informal conversation about what 3Ls wish they'd known before starting their third year of law school. We'll discuss coursework, graduation requirements, bar requirements, fellowships and more.
This talk will cover the legal and policy issues surrounding blockchain technologies such as cryptocurrencies, including providing an understanding of the basics of blockchain, outlining the applicable laws and regulations, […]
RSVP is required for this free event. When you give sites and services information about yourself, where does it go? Who else will get hold of it, and what will they […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society and the Stanford Intellectual Property Association for a panel discussion on current issues in patent litigation. Since the Supreme Court's decision in T.C. Heartland, many litigants […]
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, […]