Issue 84/Vol. 45/No. 2
Getting to Green
Technological advances have transformed clean energy over the past decade. Yet inaction from the government in setting national policy and high hurdles to financing expensive power facilities mean that Americans are not yet fully benefiting from the clean tech revolution. Meanwhile, China and other countries are seizing the moment and leading. The newly launched Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance aims to help solve our nation’s clean energy challenges.
The Write Stuff
A look at lawyers who write fiction and how their legal education helped them realize their creative talents
On Innovation, Entrepreneurialism, and Law
Professor Mark A. Lemley (BA ’88) in conversation with entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel ’92 (BA ’89, BS ’89)
Alumni and School News
Ambassador Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe
A profile of the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Council Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe ’89 (MA ’89)
Studying the Legal Profession
Stanford Law School faculty recently announced the launch of a comprehensive study of the legal profession. This report explains why this research is important and timely.
Legal Education in Afghanistan
The student-led Afghanistan Legal Education Project has made huge strides since it was founded four years ago. Here, the project’s progress and plans are reported.
Preparing for Legal Practice
A report on the Youth and Education Law Project at the Mills Legal Clinic of Stanford Law School
Honorable Warren Christopher
Judge Raymond Fisher ’66 reminisces about the former statesman and Stanford Law School alumnus Warren Christopher ’49.
Point of View
Law and the Biosciences
Professor Hank Greely (BA ’74) offers insights into the growing field of law and biosciences.
Danny Cullenward ’13 (BS ’06, MS ’07) on legal and scientific advocacy
Stanford law faculty awards and highlights
Patricia Greene ’90 reflects on what she learned at law school.