Join us for a discussion on the Chilean constitutional reform process with Rodrigo Delaveau, a former Deputy Justice of the Constitutional Court of Chile. In 2019, Chileans voted to initiate a constitutional reform process to replace their existing document, which has roots in the Pinochet dictatorship. The process captured global attention because of its attempt […]
Fall meeting and social for SLLSA members - dinner included.
SLLSA members are invited to welcome Professor Chacón to SLS and learn more about her research and work. Lunch will be served!
SLLSA's annual Affinity Dinner with SLS Faculty and Staff.
Please join us for a discussion on how to identify and apply for law firm diversity fellowships. The panel will be made up of 2Ls and 3Ls who worked at […]
SLLSA invites you to a conversation with 2Ls and 3Ls on how they approached the application process for common PI job tracks - like government, impact lit, and direct services […]
SLLSA 1Ls interested in applying for private sector summer associate positions and diversity fellowships are encouraged to attend to hear relevant information and ask whatever questions they might have.
1Ls: Join BLSA, SLLSA, and OUTlaw on Thursday, November 17th at 12:45pm in the law lounge for a 1L Fall Outlining and Exam Prep Workshop! Students and professors will be there to provide you with tips and suggestions on how to best prepare for your first round of law school exams. Please RSVP here by […]
SLLSA members are invited to join us for our winter quarter general body meeting! Dinner will be served.
Justice Cossio served as the Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mexico between 2003 and 2018. He has written 31 books and hundreds of articles in his career as a legal academic. Justice Cossio will be discussing Mexico’s judiciary, including the role of the courts in the maintenance of democracy in Mexico, as […]
SLLSA Clerkship Panel: For 2Ls & 3Ls : many of us had never heard of these before coming to law school. And if you're like us, there's still a lot you don't know about clerkships, but it can feel like a taboo subject to bring up. That's why on Thursday, February 23rd at 12:45 some of our lovely and amazing […]
Opportunity for SLLSA 1L's to ask 2/3Ls questions about the pros/cons of joining SLR.
The lunch talk will be Monday, March 6, at 12:45 pm in Room 185 Sponsored by: Global Trends in Judicial Reform Policy Lab, SLLSA, Stanford Global Studies (Part of the SGS Global Research Workshop Series), Stanford Law and Society Association; Stanford Center for Latin American Studies Colombia is seen as a pioneer among Latin American […]
SLLSA members are invited to our spring GBM to discuss elections, spring programming, and to socialize and catch up after spring break! Food will be served
Stanford ACS, WSL, Outlaw, FLI, APILSA, WoCC, BLSA, and SLLSA invite you to our joint panel on navigating the clerkship process. Panelists will include two term clerks and two career […]
Please join the Stanford Latinx Law Students Association and the American Constitution Society for a conversation with Judge Edward Davila of the Northern District of California.
As part of Semana Latina, come join us for Cafecitos and Conchas Monday morning from 9:00AM - 11:00AM! If raining, we'll be in the law lounge!
Sponsored by: Global Trends in Judicial Reform Policy Lab, SLLSA, Stanford Law and Society Association; Stanford Center for Latin American Studies In the last year, Brazil has received significant international […]
Join SLLSA Members to fundraise and support our janitorial staff!
Come join SLLSA in celebrating Latine culture and heritage at SLS! In our 51st annual event we welcome everyone to join our celebration with churros, empanadas, mariachi, and lots of […]
Please join us for a discussion on how to identify and apply for law firm diversity fellowships. The panel will be made up of 2Ls and 3Ls who worked at firms their 1L summer and received diversity fellowships. Topics to be discussed include the application process, how to interview effectively, the pros and cons of working at […]
Join ACS, APILSA, BLSA, NALSA, SLLSA, OutLaw, and WOCC for a conversation with Don Tamaki and Sarah Belton to discuss the work that the California Reparations Task Force has done to address the legacy of racial inequity in the United States. Don and Sarah will also address the Supreme Court's recent decision banning affirmative action, […]
A dinner with SLLSA members and our faculty mentor Professor Chacon.