Issue 68/Vol. 38/No. 2
From the Dean
Taking the ACLU Into the Limelight
ACLU Director Anthony Romero ’90 is hoping to change Americans’ attitudes about civil liberties.
Brown, 50 Years Later
Three Stanford Law School professors discuss the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education with one of the attorneys who argued the case before the Supreme Court.
Alumni Weekend 2003
It was a time for laughter and learning: nearly a thousand alums came to the Law School last fall to visit with old friends, ask questions of a Supreme Court Justice, and receive insider information on world conflicts.
Alumni and School News
Matt Gonzalez ’90 makes a bid for mayor of San Francisco.
The source of the funding behind a student award is revealed.
A Stanford Law School professor hits the big time: the New York Times acrostic.
Faculty, alumni, and students make the grade.
The School’s Center for Internet and Society gets involved in an election machine case.
Students direct the discussion and cook up pizza in two innovative SLS classes.
Alumni and colleagues remember former Dean John Hart Ely for his big heart and sporting sense of humor.
A host of unusual talents
Two firsts for Stanford Law School: a Latino alumni association and a Public Interest Lawyer of the Year Award