Issue 78/Vol. 42/No. 2
Beyond the Law
A look at the versatile JD and how a legal education prepares lawyers for careers beyond the law
The Open Internet, Congress, and Corruption: A Conversation with Larry Lessig
Fred von Lohmann ’95 (BA ’90) interviews Professor Lawrence Lessig about his new area of scholarship and activism: political corruption.
Alumni and School News
Law and Order in Virtual Worlds
A new class examines the legal complexities of Internet-based virtual worlds such as Second Life.
Law Students Back from War
Four student veterans share their experiences at war.
Mock Trial at Stanford Law
Students sharpen their advocacy skills in this competitive, student-run program.
Sharing the Nobel Prize
A profile of Professor Thomas Heller and his work with the Nobel prize-winning United Nations’ IPCC
Judge Shirley Hufstedler
A look at Judge Hufstedler’s ’49 trailblazing career
Tuskegee Airman Leslie Williams
Former Tuskegee Airman Williams ’74 (BA ’49) on his career and experiences in the military during WWII
Point of View
The Importance of Judicial Independence
An essay by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor ’52 (BA ’50)
Highlights from the Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford
Stanford Community Law Clinic Representing Those in Need
Supreme Court Litigation Clinic A Record-Setting Semseter
Youth and Education Law Projection Offers Hands-On Practice
Stanford Law School faculty awards and highlights
At the Intersection of Law, Finance, and Faith
Ashley Conrad Walter JD/MA ’09 on pursuing a joint degree that combines law and religious studies