Week of Events
Patent Bar Exam: Everything You Need to Know
If you are a student with an undergrad degree (or at least two years of coursework) in engineering, computer sciences or the hard sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, or related fields), and are interested in becoming a Patent Agent or Attorney, Stanford Intellectual Property Association and Practising Law Institute (PLI) invite you to a presentation by […]
A Rough Region: Lawlessness and the Reconstruction of Indian Territory, 1866 – 1885
with Alexandra Stern, Department of History, Stanford University
Friday classes meet twice*
*Classes regularly scheduled for 8:00-9:50 will meet 1:30-3:00 Classes regularly scheduled for 9:55-11:00 will meet 3:15-4:30 Classes regularly scheduled for 11:10-12:40 will meet 4:45-6:15
Monday, April 30th (Section 4, 5 & 6) 320D If you are not able to attend the date your section was assigned, please sign up for another date that might work with your schedule better. RSVP
Join Professor Khaled Beydoun for a conversation on Islamophobia from a legal, race-based and intersectional perspective, exploring the racial construction of Arab and Muslim identity, especially in the context of criminal and national security policing. Sponsored by the Stanford Muslim Law Students Association, Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law, Human Rights Center, and […]
Join WSL for a lunch conversation about the professional and personal impact of having children during your legal career. Panelists will discuss how they navigated having children during law school, shortly after law school, during clerkships, and while practicing law in both the public and private sector. Panelists include: Professor Lisa Ouellette Adanna Love, Senior […]
CANCELLED – Individual Rights Under State Constitutions: A Constitutional Conversation with Steven Calabresi and James Lindgren
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED Judges and constitutional law scholars are frequently described as falling into two camps: "originalists" who believe the Constitution should be interpreted according to […]
Homeward: Life in the Year After Prison tells the stories of the men and women I met through the Boston Reentry Study, a series of interviews my research team and I conducted with people leaving prison for neighborhoods around Boston. We were trying to understand what happens when people return to a community, and the […]
The Office of Student Affairs, the Levin Center and SLA invite you to join us in celebrating May Day at Stanford Law School. In many countries, May Day is celebrated […]
Weekly meeting of the Law Association.
Please join the Federalist Society for a lunch talk by Joe Tartakovsky on Justice Scalia and Justice Jackson.
Join the Celebration in New York! 2018 marks the 125th anniversary of the founding of Stanford Law School. You are cordially invited to join fellow SLS alumni and friends to […]
Environmental Law Journal's galley night for the Spring 2018 issue.
This event is free and open to the public; lunch will be provided. Register Now Brazil is becoming known as one of the world's leading jurisdictions for the high number […]
RSVP Learn the Nuts and Bolts Heather Trujillo Smith and Anna Wang will go over the procedures for enrolling in Stanford's Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). Stanford Law School has […]
Fresh from presentations at Harvard, Columbia, and Cornell, Hanh Nguyen is continuing her national tour of a thought-provoking talk, “How Bigotry Begins” where attendees are encouraged to examine the intersections of all forms of prejudice against humans and other animals.Nguyen’s talk has sparked lively campus discussions this year on the theme of systematic "othering" of and discrimination […]
Hear from US Attorneys who oversaw some of the most important national security prosecutions in history including: the Times Square Bombing, the Benghazi attacks, the Somalian pirates’ seizure of Captain Phillips’ ship, the mass killing of Iraqi civilians in Baghdad’s Nisur Square (“the Blackwater Case”), and the Russian spies in New York. Join Former US […]
Getting It Right After Getting It Wrong – What Wrongful Convictions Teach Us About Responding to Mistakes
Jon Eldan, the founder of After Innocence, will speak about the challenges exonerees face in getting back on their feet after a wrongful criminal conviction. Jon will share insights from his work and discuss opportunities to get involved in helping exonerees. About After Innocence: Mission After Innocence provides effective, efficient re-entry assistance for America’s wrongfully […]
In this meeting the LLM class of 2018 will have the opportunity to hear from Ms. Mary Elizabeth Fitzpatrick, the SLS Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, everything they need to […]
Law Students for Disability Rights and Youth and Education Advocates invite you to a lunch talk on the intersection of education and disability law with Professor Bill Koski.
Please join the Federalist Society for a lunch talk by Gregg Nunziata on "A Brief History of "Stolen" Seats: Reflections on Judicial Nominations."
Chat with U.S. Attorneys
LOCATION Stanford Law School, Room 190 CONFIRMED SPEAKERS TO DATE INCLUDE Juniper Downs, Global Head of Public Policy and Government Relations, YouTube Nathaniel Persily, James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Standford Law School Elliot Schrage, Vice President of Communications and Public Policy, Facebook MODERATED BY Jeffrey Rosen, President & CEO, National Constitution Center Larry Kramer, President, […]
All degree program students are invited to meet with OSA to touch base on the school year. Friday, May 4th 12:45 to 2:00 pm Room 320D Please RSVP here Lunch will be provided
On Saturday, May 5, the Stanford Journal of International Law (SJIL) will be hosting a symposium entitled Changes and Challenges: Current Issues in International Trade Policy. The symposium will feature discussion about the intersection of international trade policy with the Trump Administration, global development, and e-commerce facilitation. Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/ndAYybuf1QIK6pC03
Walk the Talk for a legal career in US-China practice — a lunch conversation with Dr. Wei Zhou, JD 98
We will walk the talk: first, meet at the Crocker garden, and walk to an on-campus place (e.g., CoHo or Ray's Grill) for the lunch. Seats are limited to 20, and please RSVP. Please join China Law and Policy Association to have a lunch conversation with Dr. Wei Zhou, JD 98. While a student at Stanford Law […]