Join IWH on 2/20 from 6-8pm for a communal reading of The Wish, a new abortion rights play and manual for a last-ditch effort to save abortion in the U.S. through theater, created with the support of Heidi Schreck and the producers of What the Constitution Means to Me. Some of the playwrights and others […]
This event is open to Students only. Join prominent partners from Wachtell Lipton's Corporate Department including David Katz, Lina Tetelbaum, Ben Roth and Ron Chen for food, drinks and a moderated conversation about M&A, takeover defenses, […]
The JD/MBA Club will host a high-level discussion regarding being an associate at a big law firm and the business of law. We will be joined by senior leaders from Paul Hastings, including Frank Lopez, Chair of the Firm, and Sherrese Smith, Managing Partner. All members of the 1L class are invited to attend.
Please join the SLS Federalist Society and the Rock Center for an event on corporate governance, featuring Former Chief Justice Leo Strine and Prof. Joe Grundfest. Lunch will be served.
Stanford Law First-Generation & Low-Income Professionals (FLI) invite you to join us for a panel where we will discuss the process and advice for students who interested in applying to post-graduate public interest fellowships. Lunch will be served before the event. Please RSVP by Friday, Febraury 16th by 5pm PT if you will be eating […]
The Stanford Center for Law and History presents the Law and History Workshop Series with Tom Johnson, University of York History Department, “Buried Treasure, Concealment, and the Medieval Archive"
The International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic is celebrating its first year after being relaunched in Spring 2023. Join us and hear from former Clinic students on their work over the past year on LGTBQIA+ rights in Uganda and Jamaica, human rights and peace-building in Kashmir and the intersection of human rights and migration […]
Join the Appellate Advocacy Club on February 20th, 2023, from 12:45 - 1:45 pm over ZOOM. We will hear from Allon Kedem, partner in the Appellate & Supreme Court Practice at Arnold & Porter.
Professor Ron Tyler will lead weekly mindfulness meditation sessions. All are welcome, no matter your familiarity or experience with meditation. Drops in are always welcome.
The Public Interest Clerkship Committee will host an introduction panel, where you can learn more about the clerkship process and meet the 3L members of the Committee. This event is open to 2Ls and 3Ls who are considering or planning on applying to clerkships this Spring. Cosponsored by the Public Interest Clerkships Committee and the […]
Presidents’ Day but Monday classes meet.
Volume 76 of the Stanford Law Review is excited to host its annual Symposium—"Speech in Twenty-First Century Schools and Universities"—on February 16-17, 2024. In addition to hosting several exciting panels, the Stanford Law Review hosts a Keynote Dinner as part of the Symposium. This year, our Keynote Dinner will be held at the Stanford Faculty Club on February […]
The Stanford Law Review Volume 76 is hosting its 2024 Symposium—“Speech at Twenty-First Century Schools and Universities”—on February 16-17, 2024. We are excited to welcome the nation’s leading experts in […]
A lovely evening to come watch your classmates perform and share their talents! At this stage the RSVP form is for signing up to perform. Please show off your skills!!
BLSA is hosting dinner with the Black Pre Law Society to answer questions about the law school admissions process and connect with and mentor Black undergraduate students.
CRCL will be holding elections for its Vol. 21 Executive Board at 6:30pm on Thursday, February 15. Anyone interested in being part of CRCL’s publication next year should attend even if you’re just thinking about it!
Law and Economics Seminar with Aaron Chalfin (Department of Criminology, University of Pennsylvania), “We’re Building Something Here: Reducing Gun Violence Without Exacerbating the Harms of Policing in Baltimore’s Western District” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2024. To attend, contact email@example.com. Download the paper here.
For the Class of 2025. Join Michelle Anderson and Nicole Pitman to learn more about applying for clerkships in June 2024 on the Federal Law Clerk Hiring Plan. We’ll talk about OSCAR, review the timeline, and answer your questions.
Come and hear from Levin Center staff about key issues in your 2L summer public interest job search. While 1Ls won't need to begin the 2L public interest search until the end of 1L summer, it's helpful to have this information available now as you also learn about OCI. This will also be a chance […]
Omar Shakir, an SLS alum, serves as the Israel and Palestine Director at HRW, where he investigates human rights abuses in Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza. He has authored several major human rights investigatory reports. Join us to hear him speak about developments in the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and […]
Hear from Robert Harris, a senior career lawyer in the Office of the Legal Adviser Office of the U.S. State Department, and an SLS alum, about practicing international law and foreign relations law for the U.S. Government in the State Department.
Excited about using AI in dispute proceedings? Join CodeX and SIAA in an AI debate where tech enthusiasts will discuss the merits of AI being used currently in dispute proceedings and debate the viability of developing arbitration laws/institutional rules to better facilitate its use (if at all, it can be used!) in dispute resolution. Join […]
The significant deployment of Generative AI over the last year has underscored the urgent need to examine the human rights dimensions of AI. This panel explores the relevance of human […]
Come join LPE for our winter panel on civil rights law! Get a free lunch and join a conversation with California Deputy Attorney General and Head of Civil Rights Enforcement, Lisa Ehrlich, along with Legal Director at ACLU NorCal and Lecturer in Civil Rights at UC Berkeley Law, Shilpi Agarwal, moderated by SLS's very own […]
It’s time get your #SLSLove! Stop by the first floor of the library on Wed., Feb. 14 for coffee and cookies (8:30-11:30am), ice cream (12-2pm), and crafts (all day – make your own Valentine or bookmark). Brought to you with #SLSLove by the Robert Crown Law Library, #SLSSocial, the John and Terry Levin Center for […]