Week of Events
Stanford Law Review Volume 75 Symposium: Access to Justice
The Stanford Law Review is proud to announce its Volume 75 Symposium: Access to Justice 2023 marks the sixtieth anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright. It is, then, an appropriate time to take stock of the access to justice crisis in the United States. The most recent national survey, conducted by the Hague Institute for Innovation […]
The SLS Women of Color Collective will be hosting a casual brunch to welcome both new and old members, introduce the organization and some events we have planned for the […]
This is being reserved as backup for a planned WoCC brunch that is planned to take place on the Neukom terrace, incase of rain.
Join Janet Martinez to learn about the art of designing systems to resolve conflicts across all types of organizations, including private, public, nonprofit, and international venues. This workshop is grounded […]
Interested in learning more about working in-house? Thinking about an in-house counsel position at some point in your career? If so, please join us for an informative talk! Attorneys will […]
The Energy & Infrastructure Club invites you to join a discussion with LLM students in the Environmental Law and Policy program about their careers in energy law prior to coming […]
It’s that time—join your FLI community for our Winter General Body Meeting on Monday, February 6 at 6pm! We’ll have dinner and exciting updates on our inaugural signature event.
Wondering what it is like to work at a small / midsize law firm? Then please join us for an informative talk where attorneys will discuss the challenges and rewards of […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome J. Abraham Sutherland. Mr. Sutherland will discuss the rise of cryptocurrency and how it is generating new questions that will soon […]
SESLA will be hosting a few distinguished Bay Area sports law practitioners from both the firm and team perspectives to talk about both their specific career paths as well as […]
Stanford Center for Law & History presents: Judith Surkis and "The Intimate Life of International Law after Decolonization: Custody, Nationality, and Franco-Algerian Children" February 7, 2023 Crown Bldg Room 185 […]
This workshop brings in outside speakers to discuss issues within the wide field of law and the biosciences. On Tuesday, February 7, from 4:30 to 6:15 (room 285), Professor Ellen Wright […]
Meeting between law students and faculty and Dr. Shalanda Baker from the Department of Energy
The Stanford Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) invites you to join us for lunch with Judge William A. Fletcher, a senior judge on the 9th Circuit Court of […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society for a lunch with Judge Amul Thapar.
Join Anna Wang and Melanie Stone for this information session outlining all aspects and requirements of SLS’s summer funding program for 2023. Please RSVP.
Members of the Stanford Law Veterans Organization invite those who identify to attend this dinner and meet their faculty mentors.
SLLSA members are invited to join us for our winter quarter general body meeting! Dinner will be served.
SJIL will be hosting a full body meeting to discuss the editorial process and receive feedback on how the first issue went.
On Wednesday, February 8th at 7pm, CRCL will be holding a town hall. This will be an opportunity to talk about how the first issue went and to celebrate all of your hard work. Dinner will be served.
This event is open to SLS and GSB students only. Please join us for an informal discussion and Q&A with SLS alums working in the renewable energy space. You will hear practice and career perspectives from recent graduates with law firm and in-house renewable energy experience. The panel will feature:
The American Bar Association’s Women in Mergers and Acquisitions Subcommittee will be hosting a Zoom panel with several law schools to introduce women law students to M&A, provide insight into the practice from seasoned law firm professionals and dispel myths about what it's like to be a successful M&A lawyer.
Book Talk — The Gospel of J. Edgar Hoover: How the FBI Aided and Abetted the Rise of White Christian Nationalism with Lerone A. Martin
In The Gospel of J. Edgar Hoover, Lerone Martin draws on thousands of newly declassified FBI documents and memos to describe how, under Hoover’s leadership, FBI agents attended spiritual retreats and worship services, creating an FBI religious culture that fashioned G-men into soldiers and ministers of Christian America. Martin shows how prominent ministers from across […]
Clinic with Legal Aid at Work for members of the Workers' Rights Pro Bono Project.
Members of the Jewish Law Student Association is welcome to attend this dinner and meet their faculty mentors.
The Stanford Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS), Environmental Law Society (ELS), California Policy Forum, The Bill Lane Center for the American West, and Stanford in Government (SIG) invite you to join us for a forum with California Attorney General Rob Bonta. This will be a free-flowing conversation, but topics will likely include pressing […]
Come join the SLS Christian Legal Fellowship for our weekly Bible study on the Book of Colossians! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for location details.
Opening keynote lunch for the Volume 75 Symposium
Come join the SLS Christian Legal Fellowship for our weekly Bible study on the Book of Colossians!
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is offering an Intro to Self-Defense class to work on effective physical, verbal and emotional strategies to defend yourself and others. In a highly supportive environment, students will learn to protect themselves from dangerous situations. The class will touch on the links between personal safety and community wellness, […]