Week of Events
Stanford Cyber Policy Center Seminar with Evelyn Douek
With Evelyn Douek, Harvard Law School “The Administrative State of Content Moderation”
Faculty Lunch with Visiting Professor Sarath Sanga
With Visiting Professor Sarath Sanga “Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls: Fiduciary Duties in Venture Capital Backed Startups”
Please join Stanford Law School's Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest and the Center on the Legal Profession for a small group lunch with Brian Blalock JD '07. Brian has dedicated his career to young people in need. He was most recently New Mexico's Cabinet Secretary for Children, Youth and Families and was previously […]
Join the International Law Society for a virtual conversation with Ambassador John D. Negroponte. Ambassador Negroponte has led a distinguished career in diplomacy and national security. He has been Ambassador to Honduras, Mexico, the Philippines, the United Nations, and Iraq. In Washington he served twice on the National Security Council staff, first as Director for […]
Join Howard Landau, a former assistant public defender in Miami for over 20 years, for an in-person conversation about public interest practice. Landau also worked for Bergen County Legal Services and the Haitian Refugee Center of Miami. He is one of Stanford's Distinguished Careers Institute (DCI) Fellows and on campus this year. We will meet at […]
The law school's affinity organizations are hosting an opportunity for students to network with professors who have interests aligned to their own.
Please join us for the annual Women of Color Collective Faculty Dinner! The dinner is a great opportunity to not only build community among students but also to build relationships with our community’s inspiring women of color faculty members.
Event Venue: 320F, 3rd Floor of the Crown Building, SLS At this small, informal lunch, Professor Scott Cummings (UCLA) will speak about his current book on the role of law and lawyers in the labor movement and economic justice campaigns in LA in the last few decades. He will also discuss the role of lawyers […]
OSA meets with each 1L section and Advance Degree program to welcome our new students to SLS. It is an opportunity to get to know OSA and for us to help support you. 12:45-2:00 pm Lunch Provided
Through the lens of Stanford Law’s Clearinghouse on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Research, this Policy Lab workshop will introduce useful diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) resources, with a particular focus on cultural responsiveness and reflective practice. Students will learn how to apply these resources for public policy and social problem-solving projects. The resulting framework for […]
APILSA is hosting their dinner with faculty mentors
Join your friends from SLA’s Mental Health & Wellness Committee for some lunchtime yoga and snacks! Lead by wonderful LLM Liss, this activity is open to all levels and will […]
OSA meets with each 1L section and Advance Degree program to welcome our new students to SLS. It is an opportunity to get to know OSA and for us to help support you. 12:45-2:00 pm Lunch Provided Picnic in Neukom Green (Grass area in front of Munger/Paul Brest, behind the Crown building)
Dear 1Ls, By now, you have spent a few weeks diving deep into the traditional law school experience—reading endless pages of opinions and trying to pull something together to feel like you are speaking coherently in class, while living through the tough realities of 2021. You have probably invested a lot of time into trying […]
Need help with your interviewing skills? Join OCS and Levin Center advisors for a program to help you put your best foot forward! Hear what employers are looking for in candidates, how to highlight your best skills and how to answer to the tough questions.
Join FLI for dinner and a panel in which 2Ls and 3Ls will discuss exam prep strategies!
We want to invite all who are interested (especially the 1Ls and Advanced Degree students, welcome!) to the excitement that is this year’s weekly SLS Musical Writer’s Meetings! Whether you’re an experienced comedic writer, hoping to become one, or just looking to get a better sense of what this community is about and have a […]
Meeting with all SIAA members to discuss the year ahead
Please join the Federalist Society for an event featuring Joshua Thompson of the Pacific Legal Foundation and Prof. William Gould IV. Joshua Thompson argued for the winning side in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid. Mr. Thompson will discuss the case's implications on labor and property law. Prof. Gould will deliver a response. Lunch will be provided […]
Series of speakers from technology companies, discussing their practices, fields, and insights for law students. Affiliated with the Inhouse Product and Technology course, cosponsored by SLATA/SIPA/SAILS.
Robert Quackenbush, staff attorney at the Prisoners' Rights Project of the Legal Aid Society of New York, will come to campus to give a brief primer on the current formulation of qualified immunity. He'll then back up to the beginning to discuss how we got there – the passage of the Ku Klan Klan Act of […]
The Levin Center invites you to join us, virtually, for a robust alumni panel Grace Zhou, JD'17, of NY SG, José Martinez, JD'17, of Santa Clara County Counsel, Anyu Fang, JD'11, of US SEC, and Ben Haas, JD'18, of US State Department will discuss their experience in civil government practice.
Please join the SLS Christian Legal Fellowship this Thursday for Bible study as we continue our series on the First and Second Epistles of Peter. No RSVP required to attend, and reading materials will be provided.
Morgan C. Williams, Jr. (Department of Economics, Barnard College, Columbia University), “Gun Violence in Black and White: Evidence from Policy Reform in Missouri”
Law and Economics Seminar with Morgan C. Williams, Jr. (Department of Economics, Barnard College, Columbia University), “Gun Violence in Black and White: Evidence from Policy Reform in Missouri” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Fall 2021. Download paper here. Please contact email@example.com to RSVP.
Dinner for members of BLSA and their faculty mentors
The Disability and Mental Health Network at Stanford is hosting a welcome picnic for students interested in learning more about who we are and what we do.
Save the date for First Person, an evening of SLS storytelling. We invite all members of the SLS Community to join us in the Munger 5 Lounge, either to share a story or hear from others. This quarter's theme is Re:connecting - food will be served!
All students are welcome to take a break and join OSA in the law lounge for snacks and some Halloween movies.
Prosecutor, Civil Litigator and Legal Advisor: Advice and Reflections from SLS Alum Fred Merkin, JD ‘72 (Class of 1970)
Fred Merkin, JD ‘72 (Class of 1970), served over three decades in various roles within the Los Angeles City Attorney's office. Beginning in 1973 as a criminal prosecutor, in 1975 he moved on to other roles on the civil side of the office. Merkin argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in City of Los Angeles […]
The 2021-22 redistricting cycle will determine for the subsequent decade whether congressional and legislative elections will be free and fair or whether they will be inherently biased in favor of one party. The Stanford Public Interest Redistricting Project (or DrawCongress.Org) will perform a unique role in the 2021-2022 redistricting process. It will both influence the […]
Law and Political Economy (LPE) at Stanford will be hosting a second reading group session, this time focusing on labor and antimonopoly. Please fill out this form if you plan on attending. A working syllabus is attached here, and you can learn more about the national LPE Project here. We'll circulate readings and some discussion questions over the LPE […]
SLLSA Members: Join us for a BBQ where we'll enjoy food, drinks, and compete for prizes while connecting as a community. We can't wait to strengthen the AD-JD bonds! RSVP Here.
SLA is hosting a halloween party. All students are invited and encouraged to wear costumes.