Week of Events
Law and the Necrosciences - sister organization of Law and the Biosciences - is hosting a halloween event on chimeras. There will be drinks and treats.
The Center for Law and the Biosciences, along with the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics and the Stanford Program in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling is pleased to present the documentary film, "Fixed," with the film-maker Regan Brashear on Tuesday evening, November 1, from 6:30 to 8:30. We will show the film and then have […]
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Corporate/Structured Finance - Bill Piels and Carrie Friesen-Meyers, Holland & Knight
JD/MS Joint Degree Information Session: Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
The Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER) will be hosting this information session. Law students considering a Joint Master of Science Degree in Environment and Resources are welcome to stop by and learn about the program. E-IPER is a community of leaders and scholars working to address our world's most challenging environmental and sustainability […]
A lunchtime talk featuring speaker Glenn Martin, Founder and Executive Director of JustLeadership USA. Glenn Martin is the founder and president of JustLeadershipUSA, an organization that aims to cut the U.S. correctional population in half by 2030 by elevating and amplifying the voice of people most impacted by crime and incarceration, and positioning them as informed, […]
Explore Public Interest Join us for a talk with Alumna Rachel Velcoff Hults, JD'08 of the National Center for Youth Law. Room 320F. Lunch provided. RSVP Rachel Velcoff Hults is an attorney and Chief Operating Officer for NCYL’s Foster Youth Education Initiative (FosterEd). She previously spent two years serving as Project Manager for FosterEd: Santa Cruz […]
War on Education: Spotlight on the Recent Terrorist Attack at the American University of Afghanistan
Young people in Afghanistan attend law school with the vision of using their degree to promote rule of law and stability in their country. Yet the decision is not without risk. On Wednesday August 24th, terrorists attacked the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF), previously immune to the violence that has destabilized much of the country. Among the […]
Interested in bioethics, medicine, or the biosciences? Please join the BioLaw & Health Policy Society next Thursday, November 3, 12:45PM in Room 185 for a lunch talk with Professor Hank Greely about his new book, the The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction. “Within twenty, maybe forty, years most people in developed […]
Join the Environmental Law Society for a brief presentation followed by a discussion with Fran Ulmer, who is the Chair of the US Arctic Research Commission, a member of the Global Board of the Nature Conservancy, and Chair of the National Parks Conservation Association. Lunch will be provided. Fran Ulmer presenting at Arctic Matters
War on Education Poster Students and faculty members in countries around the world risk their lives to receive and provide education. The scope of this danger became apparent on August 24 when terrorists attacked the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) in Kabul. Many innocent students and staff lost their lives, including former Stanford Law School […]
Andrea Cann Chandrasekher (School of Law, University of California, Davis), “The Effect of Police Slowdowns on Crime”
Andrea Cann Chandrasekher (School of Law, University of California, Davis) will present “The Effect of Police Slowdowns on Crime” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Autumn 2016. Download paper: Andrea Cann Chandrasekher “The Effect of Police Slowdowns on Crime”.
Join the Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP) in honoring former visiting Stanford Law School fellow, Professor Naqib Ahmad Khpulwak, and those killed in the recent attack on the American University of Afghanistan.
Please join fellow Stanford Law School alumni attending the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Annual Convention for a reception with light refreshments. The meeting room will be announced in the convention program book and mobile app. If you have questions about the reception, please contact this year’s organizer, Albert Giang, JD ’02, at firstname.lastname@example.org. […]