Week of Events
Alumni Weekend 2016
Stanford Law School welcomes alumni to campus every five years to celebrate their class reunion over Alumni Weekend. Throughout the weekend, SLS engages them in the latest school initiatives and scholarship through interactive panel discussions and talks. We also offer several social gatherings that allow alumni to renew old friendships, celebrate classmates’ successes, and reminisce […]
What Cheap Speech Has Done: The Transformation of Libel and Privacy Law
with Professor Eugene Volokh, UCLA School of Law
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch General Litigation - Glenn Vanzura and Morgan MacBride, Irell & Manella
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Lunch will be provided. Register Now The Legal Design Lab in the Stanford Center on the Legal Profession is an interdisciplinary team from both the law school and the d*school working at the intersection of human centered design, technology, and law to build […]
Join the International Law Society for a lunch discussion with Professor Siegfried Fina on the legal implications of Brexit. The ILS lunch talk will begin with a keynote by Professor Siegfried Fina, followed by Q&A with the attendees of the event. In his keynote, Professor Fina will first look at the causes of the UK […]
ACS President will speak on the "Gavel Gap" and the Supreme Court vacancy and meet with students.
This event is open to the public. Dinner will be provided. Please register here. Register Now Join the Constitutional Law Center for a conversation with Joe Bankman on income tax policy and its implications for economic inequality. Speaker: Joe Bankman Ralph M. Parsons Professor of Law and Business, Stanford Law School
Related Organization Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) Karin Martin, PhD is Assistant Professor of Public Management at John Jay College of Criminal Justice where she is also Faculty Director of the Tow Policy Advocacy Fellowship (a program of the Prisoner Reentry Institute). Her areas of expertise are crime policy and multi-method research design, with an […]
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Plaintiff - Douglas Saeltzer and Sara Peters, Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger
Curious about cryptocurrency? So are we. Join the Stanford Law & Technology Association for a lunch talk with Lee Van Pelt, a Silicon Valley intellectual property lawyer and expert on public key cryptography. In his talk, Lee will explain how bitcoin and blockchains work and discuss the legal issues surrounding these emerging technologies. This event will take […]
Need help with your interviewing skills? Join OCS advisors for a program to help you put your best foot forward! Hear what attorneys are looking for in candidates, how to highlight your best skills and how to answer to the tough questions. These workshops will be very interactive and will give you an opportunity to […]
Explore Public Interest This is the final panel of a series providing 1L students with an overview of public interest practice. Attorneys from state and federal government agencies that focus on criminal justice will discuss their careers and answers questions at this session. Panelists: Crystal Tindell Seiler, JD '08, Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office; […]
International Law Society will be hosting faculty members, professors, and other Stanford-affiliated professionals who are involved with international law-matters including academic classes, clinics, research, etc. The event will be open to law students, primarily 1Ls, who have signed up to attend the event and are interested in international law, legal careers, internships, etc.
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch International Corporate Transactions - Kirtee Kapoor and Sam Schroeder, Davis Polk
This presentation will discuss the results of a multi-country study regarding the evolution and changes occurred in the provision of high-end corporate legal services in fifteen Latin American countries and Spain between 1990 and 2015. The underlying research, drawn from a combination of interview and quantitative data, historical records, and other sources will soon be […]
Join us for a discussion with Martina Vandenberg on human trafficking and violence against women. Lunch provided. Engage the Issues RSVP Biography: Martina E. Vandenberg is the Founder and President of the Human Trafficking Pro Bono Center. Vandenberg has spent nearly two decades fighting human trafficking, forced labor, rape as a war crime, and violence […]
RSVP IS REQUIRED for this free event Join Mozilla and Stanford CIS for the first in a series of conversations about government hacking. On December 1, 2016, significant and controversial changes to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 41 are scheduled go into effect. Today, Rule 41 prohibits a federal judge from issuing a search warrant […]
Join the PI Community for wine, beer, EANABS, and snacks to mingle and discuss PI job opportunities. 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls, and LLMs all invited.
Boards of directors are painfully aware of potential corporate exposure to a broad range of cyber-threats. The difficulty, however, is in fashioning a rational response to this ever-changing and increasingly complex challenge. This one-day session, offered jointly by Stanford’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance and the Stanford Cyber Initiative, is designed for directors and executives […]
The Stanford Criminal Justice Center (SCJC) organizes a series called “Inside Justice” to give small groups of law students the opportunity to experience various aspects of and processes that comprise our criminal justice system. These opportunities include police ride-alongs; visits to local jails, state prisons, and juvenile detention facilities; and attendance at specialty courts, criminal […]
Are you interested in privacy and data? Are you thinking about an in-house counsel position at some point in your career? If yes, please join us for an informative session where you will get to see a real-life exchange between in-house counsel and their internal client. Mozilla’s Head of Legal, Jishnu Menon, will demonstrate how in-house counsel works with their clients, identifying and […]
Public Interest Alumni Mentor-in-Residence: Aaron Teitelbaum, JD ’13 – Manhattan District Attorney’s office
Explore Public Interest Come hear from alumnus Aaron Teitelbaum, an Assistant District Attorney, with the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor/Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Prior to joining the Manhattan DA's office, Aaron served in two judicial clerkships. RSVP
Got a brief submission deadline coming up? Now is the perfect time to check out Casetext, a free, easy-to-use legal research tool. In addition to providing case summaries and legal commentary, Casetext helps you identify the most-cited part of a ruling or determine which cases are relevant to (but not yet cited in) your brief […]
An introductory meeting for the After Innocence pro bono project, with supervising attorney Jon Eldan providing a brief training.
Join us for 1Ls Orientation Part II: Wellness and Stress Relief, which will take place from 12:45 pm to 4:45 pm. Lunch will be served. We strongly encourage all 1Ls to attend. Part I: Our own Professor Joe Bankman will present techniques to help students deal with the stress and anxiety that can arise during the […]