Table of Contents
Issue 79/Vol. 43/No. 1
From the Dean
Kinks in the Global Supply Chain
Can the U.S. control product safety and enforce Western labor standards in an increasingly global market? This report examines the legal implications of an international supply chain in which constant pressure to manufacture products for less has exposed safety and ethical concerns.
The Importance of Being Irreverent: A Conversation wth Dahlia Lithwick on Covering the Supreme Court
Supreme Court columnist Dahlia Lithwick ’96 discusses with Professor Jeffrey Fisher the ins and outs of covering the nation’s highest court.
Alumni and School News
Stanford Center on the Legal Profession Launched
National War Powers Commission Releases Findings
Two SLS Students Win Interdisciplinary Fellowships
Stanford ACS Chapter Gains Momentum
Law Library Hires International Specialist
Becker Co-Founds $4 Million Freedom Prize for Reducing Oil Footprint
SCLC Conference Confronts Biological Threats
By the Numbers: The Levin Center’s Year in Review
The New Law School Building: Designed for Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program Expanded
The Chief: Ron George at the helm of California’s Supreme Court
A look at the career of California Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald George ’64, leader of one of the largest judiciaries in the country and world.
Bill Neukon: Batting 1,000
From technology to the legal profession to baseball: A profile of former Microsoft GC, outgoing ABA president, and new managing partner of the SF Giants Bill Neukom ’67
Preparing the Next Generation of Legal Scholars
Stanford Law School’s reputation at the fore of legal education is due in large part to its excellent faculty. What is the law school doing to prepare the next generation for the legal academy?
Legal Education in Afghanistan
Stanford Law School students’ efforts to develop legal education in Afghanistan.
Stanford Law School faculty news
An introduction to new faculty and visiting faculty
Immigrants’ Rights Clinic: Success Lies in Planning
Highlights from the Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School
Point of View
Does Media Consolidation Stifle View Points? How the Supreme Court can Provide an Answer?
Professor Daniel Ho on tracking media bias
Andrew Ardinger ’09 (BA ’06) on legal work in Namibia with the International Human Rights Clinic
In the News
Graduation Class of 2008: Urged to Chart Own Paths