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 […]
Student Activity and Leadership will host this mandatory leadership training. Learn all about Cardinal Sync, ASSU funding, and SAL. At least one rep from each organization should attend this helpful event.
This is a lunch talk panel presented by the Stanford Latino Law Students Association, in celebration of Latinx Heritage Month. It will host 4 different types of immigration attorneys, as […]
Lunch & Discussion Due to heavy turnout and interest, this event is full and admission is closed.
RSVP During this session, thought leaders on international public interest lawyering will address three different and critical approaches to human rights and humanitarian crises, using Syria as the case study. […]
RSVP Students who worked at a non-profit organization this past summer are invited to a ‘debrief’ session with Diane Chin. This is an opportunity to raise issues, share lessons learned, […]
The speakers will be Keith Flaum and Lauren Zachry from Hogan Lovells LLP.
This is a mandatory cultural competency training for all new pro bono volunteers with Prisoner Legal Services. This is required to properly educate and prepare the volunteers for their pro […]
Room 280B RSVP This faculty panel will provide students with an overview of international public interest practice. Come and learn about a career in human rights, rule of law, development […]
Join the Levin Center and Laura MacCleery, JD '99, Policy Director, Center for Science in the Public Interest to learn about her career in policy advocacy. About Laura MacCleery: Laura MacCleery […]
Constitutional Conversation with Professor David Brady: Can a Court Nominee Affect the Midterm Elections?
5:45 pm - 7:00 pm | Discussion Stanford Law School - Room 190 This event is free and open to the public Register Now The Supreme Court is a non-partisan […]
Join us for our first small group meeting of the year.
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT WAS MOVED FROM TUESDAY, OCT. 2 to WEDNESDAY OCT. 3. RegistRATION CLOSED 12:45 pm - 2:00 pm | Lunch & Discussion Stanford Law School - Room […]
This is the initial training with staff attorneys from Prisoner Legal Services for all new members of the pro bono project.
RSVP is required for this free event. The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) is a public interest technology law and policy program at Stanford Law School and a part of […]
Learn about starting your private sector job search, market realities, available resources and what you can do now to prepare.
The Attorney General’s Honors Program is a two-year program for recent law school graduates who are committed to public service. We invite you to attend this information session to help […]
THIS EVENT IS NOW IS THE STUDENT LAW LOUNGE. RSVP This annual event is hosted by the Levin Center to welcome 1Ls, transfer students, and new advanced degree students to […]
First team meeting for leadership
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome Doctor John Etchemendy back to Stanford to discuss the threat of ideological conformity in higher education. Doctor Etchemendy earned his PhD […]
Law and Economics Seminar with Omri Ben-Shahar (University of Chicago Law School) will present, “Data Pollution” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Fall 2018. Download paper here.
Register Now ABOUT THE BRIGHT AWARD The Bright Award recognizes individual(s) who have made unheralded contributions to environmental sustainability. Each year, Stanford Law School will give the Bright Award to […]
The speakers will be Gina Marek and Trevor Knapp from Gunderson Dettmer LLP.
Please join us for a talk by Assistant Professor, Lisa Larrimore Ouellette. She will discuss her experiences as an author publishing in Student Journals and as an articles editor for the Yale […]
Revamp your thinking with this short course in design thinking tools for law students & graduate students engaged in public policy projects. Human-centered design methods will help you re-imagine complex […]