Join CLB for a presentation on "Controlled Substances and the Internal Morality of Medicine" by Matt Lamkin, Associate Professor of Law, The University of Tulsa College of Law.
This event is open to Stanford Law School and GSB students. Please join the Rock Center for Corporate Governance Student Lunch Series for a conversation with Miriam Rivera, (Stanford AB '86, AM '89, JD/MBA '95) CEO, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Ulu Ventures, a seed stage venture firm focused on enterprise IT. Miriam will discuss […]
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) strategies are gaining momentum in the all-hands-on-deck fight against climate change. Please join us for a lunch discussion with Alicia Seiger, Lecturer-in-Law and Managing Director of Stanford's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance and Precourt Sustainable Finance Initiative, and ESG experts from Stanford's Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center […]
Derecka Purnell, author of Becoming Abolitionists: Police, Protests, and the Pursuit of Freedom, will speak over Zoom to an audience of Stanford community members about the prison abolition movement and her new book. Time will be provided for questions and answers at the end of the event. Sponsored by the Stanford Speakers Bureau.
Stanford has long supported faculty, students, and staff in observing religious holidays of significance to them. In the complex process of creating the academic calendar, religious holy days are but one of many considerations. The Office for Religious Life makes available to faculty, staff and students a list of significant religious holidays at the beginning of each […]
Stanford Law School’s Gould Center for Conflict Resolution, in conjunction with The Ohio State University’s Divided Community Project, and the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program, hosted an interactive symposium series titled Rethinking Systems Design for Racial Justice & Equity. The symposium series featured national and international practitioners, academics, activists, and other stakeholders to share […]
The 30th-45th and 55th reunions, including the Golden Gavel Society will be celebrating their rescheduled in-person reunion on May 20-21.
Join us for the Stanford Constitutional Law Center Spring Conference It is no surprise that an unprecedented Presidency in the United States should be an occasion for new thinking about the design of Article II of the U.S. Constitution and the scope of executive power in America. But in fact, this rethinking has been happening […]
Join us to hear recent SLS alumni talk about their judicial clerkships. The panelists will answer your questions and address topics including: - the daily tasks of a clerk, - the benefits of clerking, - the differences between clerking on district and appellate courts, - how to decide when to apply and when to clerk, […]
Join the Kirkwood Moot Court Board for an information session on joining next year's competition! Presidents Jenny Jiao and RJ Vogt will be there to answer questions, explain how to sign up, and offer advice on forming teams. Rising 3L Board members will also be available to talk with hopeful participants. If you are unable […]
Join FLI, BLSA, WOCC, SLLSA, APILSA & Outlaw for a discussion about the post-grad public interest job search. 3Ls will share their experiences and demystify the process of getting a fellowship, alternative clerkship, or entry-level public interest position. Food will be served in Crocker starting at 12:45.
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society for an event featuring Mr. Brian Brooks & Ms. Katie Biber. Catered lunch will be served. RSVP
Please join NLG for a Zoom discussion with attorneys who have established their own public interest practices — either solo practices or small attorney collectives. Both public interest transactional and litigation lawyers will be featured.
The American Constitution Society, and the Environmental Law Society are excited to bring you a panel discussion on West Virginia v. EPA, currently before the Supreme Court, which could limit the EPA's authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. Professor Sean Donahue, whose firm Donahue, Goldberg & Littleton wrote a brief in the […]
In this workshop we will discuss your goals for your 2L summer internship, the timeline for various employers and answer any other questions you may have! Note: After this workshop you will be assigned a Levin Center counselor to assist with your 2L job search. We welcome you to reach out with any questions.
Stanford Law School cordially invites you to join this year's W. A. Franke Global Law Scholars and SLS Faculty at a reception at the Hotel d'Angleterre in Geneva. Capacity is limited. We apologize in advance that we are unable to offer refunds for any cancellation.
Stanford Law School cordially invites you to receptions in Geneva and London featuring this year's W.A. Franke Global Law Scholars and SLS Faculty. May 17, 2022 Geneva: http://pgnet.stanford.edu/goto/event35119reg May 24, 2022 London: http://pgnet.stanford.edu/goto/event35120reg.
Join SLA's Mental Health & Wellness Committee for an evening of crafts and dinner to de-stress and celebrate almost finishing the year! We'll have plenty of fun and relaxing activities like painting, bracelet-making, flower bouqet-making, and some special crafts for graduating students. We'll also be serving dinner. Hope to see you there!
Do terms like "free market system" and "lockstep pay" make you scratch your head? Not sure what the difference between transactions, litigation, and regulatory practice entails? Wondering how to actually learn something about a law firm beyond the blurbs on their websites? How many firms does one actually need to bid at OCI? Come ask […]
This panel discussion will demystify the role the first few years after graduation play in the arc of a legal career. Is Big Law the best place to get professional legal training? What are the tradeoffs (financial and otherwise) involved in choosing private or public sectors? Is starting in the private or public sector the […]
A class photo will be taken in Cooley Courtyard of the full Class of 2022 (JD and Advanced Degree students). Please show up promptly at 12:45 pm. We'll take photos between 12:50 and 1:00 p.m. so you can attend any lunchtime events.
Join the Levin Center and the Office of Student Affairs, in person, for our annual Spring Community Leadership and Public Interest Awards Reception. We will be in the Russo Law Lounge and Crocker Garden. Light refreshments will be served.
Lunch talk with Jay Shooster from Richman Law Group.
Come hear from SLS students who went to Palestine over spring break with PalTrek about their experiences there, including what they learned from activists they met with in the West Bank and what they observed while moving through the occupied territories. Students with all levels of familiarity with the occupation are welcome. This will also […]
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 […]