Students not graduating autumn quarter- Last day to submit written work
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Free speech on college campuses is one of the hottest controversies now raging in classrooms across America. Join the Constitutional Law Center as we explore this important topic through film and--well--comedy. Greg Lukianoff, President and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education will be on hand to answer questions following a screening of his […]
Join attorneys from Sidley Austin for a discussion of issues facing lawyers from underrepresented groups at large law firms.
Please join us in welcoming Nick Gregoratos, Directing Attorney with Prisoner Legal Services, for a lunchtime discussion at Stanford Law School. This event is co-sponsored by the Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) and Stanford Prisoner Advocacy and Resources Coalition (SPARC) SPARC is a newly created student group that aims to support and advocate for incarcerated […]
SLS Federalist Society and American Constitution Society present: Greg Lukianoff is an attorney and the president and CEO of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). He is the author of Unlearning Liberty: Campus Censorship and the End of American Debate and Freedom From Speech, as well as a co-author of The Atlantic’s September 2015 cover […]
M&A and Antitrust in the Boardroom Wednesday, February 1st 12:45 - 2:00 PM Panel of corporate and litigation attorneys from Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton Sponsored by the Stanford Law and Business Association and the Stanford Journal of Law, Business, and Finance
This event has been canceled and will be rescheduled in the Spring Quarter. Jocelyn Larkin from the Impact Fund will present this workshop. This workshop is open to PI Fellows and 2L Mentors only, with preference going to graduating 3L PI Fellows. Learn the Nuts and Bolts
Director of Center for Law and the Biosciences, Professor Greely, will give a lunch talk on Neuroscience and Law: An Overview. Professor Greely is renowned for his extensive research on the topic of neuroscience and law and specializes in the ethical, legal, and social implications of new biomedical technologies.
Public Office as Public Service: A Primer on How to Run for Elected Office
Have you wondered about whether running for elected office is the right choice for you? Have you been curious about what it is that a legislator, mayor, or school board member might do day to day? If so, the Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law and the Center for the Legal Profession […]
Stanford Law School, Room 320-F Lunch will be provided. RSVP Matt Platkin is currently Policy Director for Phil Murphy, a Democratic candidate for governor of New Jersey. He has been […]
Come hear Jerry Roth, international litigation and arbitration partner at Munger, Tolles & Olson, discuss private international law issues that arise in practice, career opportunities in international litigation and arbitration, and organizations […]
The Environmental Law Society will be hosting a casual lunch where 1Ls (and other law students) interested in environmental law, environmental course offerings, and related jobs for the summer or […]
Please join NALSA for a lecture and discussion with The Honorable Hilary Tompkins '96, Solicitor of the Department of the Interior, 2009-2017. A member of the Navajo Nation, Solicitor Tompkins […]
This workshop is for the LLM and Advanced Degree Students. Fenwick and West, a leading technology law firm, is once again sponsoring a short-term internship in the Bay Area for […]
Stanford Law School, Room 280B RSVP Join us for a conversation with three lawyers pursuing social change at the local and state levels: Tanya Broder, Senior Staff Attorney at the […]
Register Now 5:15 - 6:00pm - Reception | 6:00 - 7:00pm - Lecture In this year's Morrison & Foerster Lecture in honor of Marshall L. Small, B.A. '49, J.D. '51, […]
Raising the Bar: Lawyers and Leadership
Stanford Law Review 2017 Symposium The legal profession provides a disproportionate number of leaders in American society, everywhere from law firms, to politics, the private sector, and the nonprofit realm. Why do so many lawyers end up in leadership positions? How can lawyers do better in these roles? This Symposium will focus on the role lawyers […]
Dr. Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg and Dr. Anat Peleg, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law (Israel) In the last few years social media has created supportive spaces in which sexual assault victims can share their testimonies and describe the ongoing impacts of sexual violence on their lives. Victims who turn online have access to advice, information, and narratives […]
Monday, February 13, 2017 12:45pm – 2:00pm Room 185, Stanford Law School Lunch will be provided *** Open to Stanford Law Students Only *** Register Now Join us for a Rock Center sponsored roundtable lunch conversation with Professor Matias Zegers. Mr. Zegers will discuss corporate governance trends and practice in Chile and Latin America. Matias […]
Please join the American Constitution Society for a timely discussion with Steven Shapiro on how progressive legal organizations can use impact litigation to defend constitutional rights. The talk, titled "Defending the Bill of Rights: Decisionmaking and Advocacy at the ACLU," will provide insight into the thinking and strategy behind this kind of impact litigation. Mr. Shapiro is […]
SLS Federalist Society Presents: A talk on judicial restraint with Ilya Shapiro (details coming).
Wondering whether it's worth cutting your summer short to attend OCI? Want to know how you can use OCI, or strategically skip it, to fulfill your career goals? Ever wondered whether OCI can help you--or hurt you--in your efforts to become a prosecutor? Public defender? Nonprofit attorney? Astraunaut lawyer?
Five Years After: Lessons from the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Debate for the Trump Era
with Professor Rob MacCoun
Register Now Co-sponsored by CodeX—The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center. Prof. Ludwig examines how machine learning can be used to improve human decisions. Using data from a large American city, he shows how an algorithm was trained to predict defendants' future behavior, and concludes releasing defendants using the predictions […]
5:00pm: Reception 5:30 - 7:00pm: Panel Discussion Stanford Law School, Room 290 RSVP In late January 2017, the UN Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic will release its special report examining the violations that took place in Aleppo city since late 2015. It is expected that the report will revive the issue of […]
Register Now Our panelists will discuss their experiences going through the IPO process as independent directors and advisors. In particular, they will discuss how the experience differed from what they expected going into it, what surprises came up along the way and how they dealt with issues as they arose. The discussion will focus on […]
Join us for a talk with Jackie Lem, JD '07, US Department of Justice, Antitrust Division RSVP Lunch will be provided. About Jackie Lem: Jackie Lem is a trial attorney in the San Francisco office of the United States Department of Justice, Antitrust Division. She works on both criminal and civil competition matters. Her recent […]
Presidents’ Day but Monday classes meet
The common perception is China presents a lot more challenges on IP than opportunities. But the amazing growth in tech sectors and content distribution in recent years has started something quite different, not to mention the ongoing policy emphasis on IP and innovation by the Chinese government. With establishment of more specialized IP courts, the […]
A discussion with Justice Nathan Mihara from the California Court of Appeal about how one's faith tradition can enrich the work of a judicial officer. Lunch will be served! RSVP here.
On February 21, Stanford’s Prisoner Advocacy and Resources Coalition (SPARC) and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center will host a panel on the practice of solitary confinement and a discussion about how advocates are working to end the practice of long-term solitary confinement in California and around the nation. Keramet Reiter is a professor of criminology at […]
SLS Federalist Society presents: A lunch talk with Ilan Wurman, with commentary by Professor David Freeman Engstrom, about why conservatives should embrace the delegation of legislative power (details coming).
Room 320-F, Third Floor RSVP Join us for a brown bag lunch talk with Matt Nosanchuk ‘90, where he will share his experiences in leaving the White House 2016 and re-energizing his career as a private citizen. Matt is a former Associate Director of Public Engagement who served as the liaison to the American Jewish […]
The End of the Line: Marriage Equality, Racial Equality, and the Supreme Court
with Professor Pam Karlan
Training for students who will be volunteering in this SCJC program in the 2017 Winter and Spring quarters.
Room 320-D, Third Floor Lunch will be provided RSVP Lawyers experience higher rates of substance abuse and mental health issues than many other professionals, due to the demands of the practice. Public interest lawyers in high-stress direct services practices are at an especially high risk, despite the significant rewards and benefits of helping advance equality […]
Room 280B, Stanford Law School Lunch will be provided RSVP As we continue to address the aftermath of the Trump Administration Immigration Executive Orders, it is important to understand our immigration and refugee policies in the broader context of the ongoing global refugee crisis. In 2014, it was determined that the number of people uprooted […]
DNA Please join the BioLaw and Health Policy Society and the Center for Law and the Biosciences on Thursday, February 23, 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm, room 95 of the Stanford Law School classroom building for a lunch talk with Marcy Darnovsky, the executive director of the non-profit Center for Genetics and Society. Lunch will be provided. RSVP Here […]
This event is a town hall meeting for current SLR members to discuss changes to SLR recruitment and the write-on process with the Vol. 70 board. Please note, this meeting is not for 1Ls interested in joining SLR.
Room 280A Under Taliban rule, the people of Afghanistan were severely restricted in their speech, dress, and other forms of expression. Music was no exception. But, in the fifteen years since the Taliban's almost complete ban, the popularity of music has drastically increased in Afghanistan, leading to the widespread popularity of the American […]
Defaming the Dead
with Professor Don Herzog, University of Michigan Law School
Stanford Advocates for Immigrants' Rights (SAIR), an SLS student group, is conducting a series of teach-ins open to the Stanford community. These informal lectures led by law students are intended […]
SLS OutLaw Conference
The Second Annual OutLaw Conference will be on Friday, March 3. This year's focus is Transgender Law and Advocacy. Women practitioners participate in a panel on LGBTQ advocacy.
Application deadline for Winter Quarter degree conferral
We invite you to attend our symposium focusing on the regulation of disruptive technologies, such as virtual reality, 3D printing, autonomous vehicles, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Please join the Women of Stanford Law (WSL) on March 3, 2016 for our annual Celebration of Women in the Law dinner. Representative Jackie Speier will deliver the keynote at this year's dinner, […]
The Black Law Students Association, in partnership with the Black Graduate Students Association, is hosting a Know Your Rights Presentation and Q&A about law school for local minority high school […]