Issue 83/Vol. 45/No. 1
Saving the Criminal Justice System
With prisons overwhelmed by an inmate population explosion, recidivism at record levels, and incarceration costs soaring, the criminal justice system is in dire need of saving. Will current budget concerns force change?
A look at white-collar crime in the wake of the biggest economic downturn since the Great Depression
On International Cooperation and Security
INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble ’82 looks back at his accomplishments and forward to the future at the helm of the world’s largest international police organization.
Alumni and School News
Designing Liberation Technologies
A new class inspires students to develop solutions for challenges facing residents of one of Africa’s poorest areas.
Judge Raymond C. Fisher
A profile of Judge Raymond Fisher ’66 of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and his extraordinary legal career
A Growing Community of International Scholars
The JSD program at Stanford Law after a record year of growth
A profile of Stanford Law’s newest faculty appointment, John J. Donohue III
Remembering Howard Williams
Reflections on Robert E. Paradise Professor of Natural Resources Law, Emeritus
Understanding the Power of Prosecution
A report on the Criminal Prosecution Clinic at the Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School
Point of View
Professors David W. Mills and Robert Weisberg ’79 explore issues of white-collar crime in light of the Skilling ruling.
Stanford Prison Forum
Maggie Filler ’12 reports on a multidisciplinary project with students across campus, funded by a SPICE grant
A profile of Inbal Naveh ’09 and her work in the Middle East during a firm deferral