During the 2022-23 academic year, Stanford Law School (SLS) faculty and students garnered an array of awards and fellowships honoring their books, articles, academic excellence, teaching, mentorship and other achievements.
Please see prior coverage of other awards received by SLS faculty members, including Pam Karlan’s John Hart Ely Prize in the Law of Democracy from the Election Law Section of the Association of American Law Schools, Diego Zambrano’s Civil Justice Scholarship Award for his article, Federal Expansion and the Decay of State Courts, and Greg Ablavsky’s second Hurlburt Award for teaching.
Other student awards were reported in prior coverage of the Spring Community Leadership and Public Interest Awards and coverage of SLS’s commencement ceremony.
Student Awards and Scholarship
Four SLS students received summer fellowships for the promotion of public interest and social justice values in the next generation of American lawyers:
Gerald J. Lieberman fellowships are for doctoral students in the later stages of their programs. Each year, twelve fellowships are awarded across schools, and distributed in proportion to the doctoral student population. Faculty nominate outstanding students in their first five years of graduate study for the one-year award.
About Stanford Law School
Stanford Law School is one of the nation’s leading institutions for legal scholarship and education. Its alumni are among the most influential decision makers in law, politics, business, and high technology. Faculty members argue before the Supreme Court, testify before Congress, produce outstanding legal scholarship and empirical analysis, and contribute regularly to the nation’s press as legal and policy experts. Stanford Law School has established a model for legal education that provides rigorous interdisciplinary training, hands-on experience, global perspective and focus on public service, spearheading a movement for change.