About the Symposium: DAOs - or decentralized autonomous organizations - have the potential to revolutionize governance as we know it. But many open questions remain regarding the role and legal structure of DAOs, the types of incentives that should be used to encourage network and governance participation, the best way to tailor voting mechanisms to particular […]
Stanford OWLS will host its second talk of the quarter, May 4. Paola Méndez, SLS 2L, will speak about transportation policy, participatory design of public spaces, and her work organizing low-income communities in Southern California.
Jill Lepore, the David Woods Kemper ’41 Professor of American History at Harvard University, will be delivering our May 2022 Wesson Lecture. This lecture is a meditation on the consequences of the un-amendability and under-development of the U.S. Constitution. Her 2018 book, These Truths: A History of the United States,is an international bestseller and was named one of Timemagazine's […]
Optional Galley Night for STLR members who would like to complete their splits in person and receive feedback from Lead Editors and Executive Editors.
Please join WSL on Thursday, May 5 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am in Crocker Garden for smoothies and coffee sponsored by Davis Polk.
Please join us for a book talk with author and Stanford Center for Law and History Fellow Brent Salter: “Negotiating Copyright in the American Theatre: 1856-1951.” The hybrid event is co-hosted between the Stanford Center for Law and History and the Department of Theater and Performance Studies, Stanford. Commentators for the event include Derek Miller […]
Join Paul Hines to learn about the ins and outs of international arbitration, practicing international arbitration in a US law firm, as well as any other questions you may have on arbitration. Paul is an associate at Jones Day in San Francisco, in the Global Disputes practice area. His practice focuses on resolution of complex […]
Join us for lunch with John Williams, a partner at Latham & Watkins and an SLS alum. John has pursued a career in what effective altruists call "earning to give." He has taken the "Giving What We Can" pledge to donate at least 10% of his income to the most effective charities. You can find […]
OSA and SLA are hosting a community movie night on Wilbur field playing Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Students, Faculty, and Staff are welcome to participate. Bring blankets to keep warm and chairs or blankets for movie watching. Movie Start Time: 8:00 pm Snacks provided by SLA.
The Paul Lomio Veterans Legal Assistance Pro Bono (VLAP) is hosting a one day legal clinic for Bay Area veterans in conjunction with Swords to Plowshares (STP), a local non-profit focused on veteran issues. SLS students will assist veterans with VA benefit appeals and discharge upgrades under the supervision of a STP attorney.
The Stanford Technology Law Review and the Stanford Law & Policy Review present a symposium on “Fairness and Transparency in AI.” Join us for panel discussions on “AI and Employment” and “AI Governance,” moderated by SLS faculty members Alison Morantz and Tom Rubin, plus a keynote address by Marc Rotenberg, President of the Center for […]
All new student org leaders are welcome to attend this training. Two members from each group must attend and represent their student org. Co-Presidents and Financial Officers are highly recommended to attend. OSA, Alumni Relations, and Communications will go over all of the basics on how to lead an organization. Topics include: financial responsibilities, event […]
All are welcome to join SLLSA's Dia de Mendez
OWLS invites the Advanced Degree and J.D. students to its Pre-MuSLSical Mixer on May 7th at 5pm, celebrating the return of SLS's in-person musical. Students, partners, and families can come together to have dinner and connect before the year's end. We'll walk over to the Dinkelspiel Auditorium together to get the good seats and enjoy […]
The MuSLSical is returning to the Dinkelspiel Auditorium for one night only on Saturday, May 7th! Doors open at 7:00pm, the show is at 7:30pm, and the afterparty starts at 10 PM. Tickets start at $15 until April 25, $20 from April 25 until May 6, and $30 the day of. Get ready for the […]
Join the Stanford Latinx Students Association as we kick off Semana Latina and the celebration of 50+ years of SLLSA. We will be serving coffee and baked goods (for as long as supplies lasts)! Stop by the Law Lounge and Crocker to learn about Latinx advocates and fuel up for the week! All SLS students and […]
The Levin Center will be hosting two consecutive “Preparing for Practice (Non-Profits)” events that will take place Monday, May 9th, and Monday, May 16th. Diane Chin and Shafaq Khan will facilitate this event. Both events will be recorded and made available for your review, if you are unable to attend the live sessions. Please note […]
The Stanford Center for Law and History will hold its third workshop of the Quarter on Tuesday, May 10, from 12:45-2:00 PM (Pacific). Francesca Trivellato, Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies, will present, Renaissance Florence and the Origins of Capitalism: A Business History Perspective.
Please join the incoming Fellows, Associates and Mentors and the Levin Center for a retreat to discuss opportunities for community building and planning for next year. Lunch will be served in Cooley Courtyard before the event.
This Policy Lab workshop will introduce useful diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) resources, with a particular focus on cultural responsiveness and reflective practice. Students will learn how to apply these resources for public policy and social problem-solving projects. The resulting framework for DEI and cultural responsiveness and reflective practices will not only help you better […]
Since the adoption of the U.N. Charter in 1945 – at the latest – international law has prohibited the use of force in international relations, thereby providing legal protection to states against aggression – a legal right not be victims of war. But is it time for international law to recognize an actionable right to […]
Join CLB for a presentation on "Brain Computer Interfaces and Communication Disabilities: Ethical, Legal and Social Aspects of Decoding Speech from the Brain" by Jennifer Chandler, Professor, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law.
SLLSA Members will enjoy bonding and tacos on Tuesday of Semana, including familia games and 3L/1L check-ins.
Note: This event is open to SLS and GSB Students In 2016, Bitfinex—one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges at the time—suffered a massive security breach that sent 119,754 Bitcoin worth $72 million then, but $4.5 billion now, to a single wallet. The alleged money laundering scheme, and the story of how the culprits got caught, highlights both the […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society for a virtual event featuring Mr. Paul Clement. RSVP for details.