Week of Events
Conference: Setting the Climate Agenda for the Next U.S. President
Regardless of who wins the election in November, our next President will need to confront the reality of climate change. This conference at Stanford University will highlight strategies the next President might employ to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate the United States' pivot to a clean energy economy. The conference also will address difficult […]
Veterans Treatment Courts Conference
Stanford Law School will host a national conference on veterans treatment courts (VTCs), which provide eligible veteran defendants with services and treatment in lieu of jail. The number of VTCs has increased dramatically in recent years with 300 VTCs now operating across the country. The courts are products of state law and, sometimes, county law, […]
Today, the UN Outer Space Treaty of 1967 continues to guide international activities and missions in space—both in Earth orbit and beyond. Ratified by over 100 nations, the OST continues to fulfill its original intention that exploration and use of space be done for the peaceful benefit of mankind—whether undertaken by governmental or non-government entities. […]
ISIS and the Christian Genocide: An SLS Alum’s Behind-the-Scenes Story of the State Department’s Declaration of Genocide
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome black Eric Osborne, who will be speaking about the role he played in the State Department's recent declaration that ISIS has committed genocide against Yazidis, Christians, and Shia Muslims. Lunch will be served. Mr. Osborne, an SLS alum, is an associate at Andrews Kurth. He was […]
In the age of #BlackLivesMatter, attorneys and law students who care about advancing racial justice face major questions about how they can best use their skills in support of the movement. Join two attorneys who are members of the Dream Defenders, Jenn Ubiera and Meena Jagganath, to hear about their paths in lawyering for racial […]
Join SLLSA as we welcome Thomas Saenz, President and General Counsel of MALDEF, who will kick off our Cinco week as the keynote speaker.
Join SLLSA as we discuss the current state of immigration law in the United States and the potential impact of the upcoming election on the state of the law. Panelists will be leading academics in the field.
UPDATE: We have cancelled these sessions and will circulate a survey instead. These sessions are intended for SLS students who have participated in one of the Pro Bono Projects in 2015-16 to talk about their experiences and give feedback to the Pro Bono Director. Lunch provided. Two sessions will be held. Tuesday, May 3, 12:45-2:00 […]
WSL will be holding elections for next year’s board during the weekend of May 6 (online). Serving on the WSL board is a great (and very manageable) way to get involved with women’s issues on campus and to be in a position of control regarding what events are put on over the course of the […]
This event is open to the public but registration is required. Click here to download the agenda Click here for CLE Materials and Presentations Click here for video from the conference Join us on May 04, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m for the Stanford IP Law and the Biosciences Conference, an informative discussion […]
The Stanford Law School DC Chapter invites you to join John Donohue III, C. Wendell and Edith M. Carlsmith Professor of Law, for a discussion about the state of gun control in the United States. Professor Donohue is a leading empirical researcher who uses empirical analysis to determine how law and public policy influence everything […]
Join SLLSA for lunch as we welcome Father Greg Boyle of Homeboy Industries.
Levin Center staff will explain the requirements to receive funding for summer public interest employment. This is a required meeting, but students who have a compelling reason for not attending should contact Holly Parrish. RSVP
The topic this week is Counterterrorism, Race, and Justice and the group will be joined by Professor Sinnar. This informal reading group on race and criminal justice is open to all members of the Stanford Law School community. We meet approximately every three weeks , picking the readings as we go along. If you have questions, please contact Amari […]
Join James Yoon (SLS '93), partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, for a presentation on patent litigation, IP counseling, and the use of data analytics in legal decision making, strategy development, and risk assessment organized by the Stanford Intellectual Property Association (SIPA). Lunch will be served. Click on the image below to see the […]
BLSA is hosting a lunch with Professor Michelle W. Anderson to provide information about the clerkship application process to BLSA members. The event will focus on the value of clerking and provide an overview of the process. It will also include a student panel of BLSA members who have secured clerkships.
Join 3 public interest alumni from the classes of 2007 through 2009 as they talk about their ability to live in the SF Bay Area on their public interest salaries and our Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). Some of them have kids. Some travel internationally. None of them have wealthy spouses or trust funds. Come […]
Join SLLSA as we celebrate latino culture by hoisting flags of the latin and hispanic countries that represent the heritages of our members. We will also have a piñata party.
The Dallas Law Chapter invites you to bring a guest and mix it up at a no-host Cinco de Mayo happy hour at Yucatan Taco Stand in Lower Greenville. Catch up with fellow SLS alumni and grow your network by connecting with Harvard Law and Yale Law alumni in Dallas. Kindly register by May 3.