Issue 77/Vol. 42/No. 1
The Changing Business of Law
A look at the business of law and how issues such as billable hours, cost-saving pressures, technology, and work/life balance are affecting everyone from new associates to senior managers of large firms to general counsels.
The Gonzales DOJ Firings: A Conversation with Former U.S. Attorney Carol Lam
Former U.S. Attorney Carol Lam ’85 speaks with Professor George Fisher about the DOJ, the 2006 mass firing of U.S. attorneys, and her new position at QUALCOMM.
Alumni and School News
Making Time for Government Service: Michael Kahn
Kahn ’73 (MA ’73), senior partner at Folger Levin & Kahn in San Francisco, talks about balancing life with public service and other pursuits–such as his passion for collecting political cartoons.
Clerking at the Supreme Court
Stanford Law School alumni shed light on the mysteries of applying for and taking on a clerkship at the nation’s highest court.
A Cross-Country Journey to Law School
Four graduates from the Class of 2000 remember how, as strangers, a road trip to their first year of law school brought them together.
That Stanford Thing
Ross Chanin ’09 talks about balancing his legal studies with co-founding ReputationDefender, a company that was “created to defend you and your family’s good name on the Internet.”
Joseph A. Grundfest’s ’78 Venture Capital class brings some of the biggest names in the Valley to Stanford Law School.
Point of View
Professor Paul Goldstein on intellectual property and business
Stanford Law School faculty awards and highlights
An introduction to new faculty and visiting faculty
Law and Oil in Venezuela
David Hults ’08 on oil and the rule of law
Faculty and alumni speaking on issues of the day
Photos highlighting recent alumni events