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), […]
To construct a fairer criminal justice system in Taiwan, a series of reforms have been mapped out and implemented since 1999 up to now. In place of either a Continental […]
North Korea and the Prospect of Peace for the Korean Peninsula Format: Moderated panel followed by 20 minutes of Q&A. Panelists: Dr. Gi-Wook Shin: Dr. Shin is the director of the Walter […]
Please join the Federalist Society for its end-of-the-year banquet. Details are forthcoming.
Memorial Day Holiday
SLVO hosted Murph workout in honor of Memorial Day. Located at Arguello Field and Courts, between Wilbur Field and the sand volleyball courts.
Panel of 2Ls and 3Ls with different experiences and perspectives to help 1Ls navigate the OCI process or decide whether to participate in OCI.
Please join the Stanford Law and Technology Association and the SLS Entrepreneurship Club for a lunch panel where students will discuss different tech law practice areas, strategies for pitching yourself […]
SLLSA's Annual Sendoff for our SLLSA 3Ls! We will miss you!
RSVP Required-- Please join OutLaw in celebrating our faculty and saying goodbye to our graduating members.
with Professor Anup Malani, University of Chicago Law School
Join SLA for our quarterly community dinner and a comedy show in honor of Dan Brenner '76.
last day of classes
5:30pm - 6:00pm | Reception 6:00pm - 7:00pm | Panel Discussion Crown 290, Stanford Law School Parking: Wilbur Field Garage, any visitor parking spot. (Avoid lines at the parking machines […]
Join SLS alumni and friends for a casual happy hour to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Stanford Law School!
Camera as Witness program presents HUMANITY IS INDIVISIBLE series Sponsored by: Camera as Witness Program - Stanford Arts, Stanford Law School, Stanford School of Medicine, the Black Student Union's Political […]
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with Professor Greg Walton, Department of Psychology, Stanford University