Issue 89/Vol. 48/No. 1
For the Love of the Game: Lawyers in Sports
Stanford Law School alumni are working in all areas of sports—from player contract negotiator to team manager. This story looks at three alumni who are practicing law at the top of American football, the NFL.
At The U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg discusses her career in law and the 2012-2013 Court term with Stanford Law School Dean M. Elizabeth Magill.
Alumni and School News
Peace, Kindness, and Understanding—And Snacks
Serial social entrepreneur Daniel Lubetzky, JD ’93, shares his insights into starting two “not ONLY for profit” companies, including KIND Healthy Snacks, and his passion for peace and business.
Sri Srinivasan: A Seat on the Bench
In this profile, we look at the path to the bench for Judge Srinivasan, JD/MBA ’95 (BA ’89), and his career in law.
Discussing Ethical and Professional Values
A new seminar launched last spring, Discussions in Ethical and Professional Values, is offering students the opportunity to ponder important questions, while in small groups at faculty members’ homes.
Immigrants Behind Bars: Preventing Unwarranted Lengthy Detention
Michael Kaufman, JD ’07 (BA ’03), and Stanford Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic work to help limit the time immigrants remain in prison without due process. Here, they talk about the road to that success.
Project Remade: The Other Entrepreneurs
Stanford Law students, alumni, and staff come together in Project ReMADE, a student initiative entering its third year, to help formerly incarcerated people develop their skills as entrepreneurs.
Profiles of Stanford Law School’s four newest members of the faculty
Religious Liberty Clinic
This unique clinic at Stanford Law School had a weighty caseload in its first year, with students tackling interesting questions of religious liberty.
Point of View
Disruption and Innovation in Transactional Law Practice
George Triantis, JSD ’89, associate dean for strategic planning and the James and Patricia Kowal Professor of Law, on innovation in law
Protecting Journalism in the Digital Era
Morgan Weiland, JD/PhD ’15, on the rights of journalists—traditional and new media