Issue 108/Vol. 57/No. 2
Fighting for the Future of Indian Law
Stanford’s growing American Indian and Indigenous Law program is on the front lines of law, from the Supreme Court to Tribal Council Chambers.
Alumni and School News
A profile of Daniel Goldman, JD ’05, the newly elected congressman from Manhattan’s 10th District
Adair Ford Boroughs
A profile of Adair Ford Boroughs, JD ’07, who was sworn in as the U.S. attorney for the District of South Carolina in July 2022
A profile of Raúl Torrez, JD ’05, who was elected New Mexico’s attorney general in November 2022
profile of Martin Estrada, JD ’02, who was sworn in as the U.S. attorney for the Central District of California in September 2022
A profile of Matt Platkin, JD ’14 (BA ’09), New Jersey’s youngest attorney general, who was confirmed to the role in September 2022
Social Media Posts Shape Our Perceptions About Crime
A look at the latest research by Julian Nyarko, associate professor of law
Point of View
Arthur Rock’s Intel Memo
Professors Joseph Grundfest, JD ’78, and Robert Bartlett discuss Arthur Rock’s 1968 memo that has gone on to influence much of startup business.
We, the (Native) People?
An excerpt from a paper coauthored by Professor Gregory Ablavsky and Tanner Allread, JD ’22/PhD ’25
Organizations & Transactions Clinic Creates Transformational Contracts for National Food Bank
Students and faculty discuss their work on a project creating contracts for the Feeding America Food Bank Network.
Harvesting Climate Benefits From Agriculture and Forestry Practices
An essay by Katelyn McEvoy, JD/MS ’23, and Korey Mui (MBA/MS ’24)
The Last Word
A student-led public interest salary guide assembles a wealth of data.