The Stanford Program in Law and Society is a student-run program aimed at promoting and advancing socio-legal interdisciplinary scholarship. This Program showcases Stanford Law School’s leading Law and Society research, and raises awareness of Law and Society as a rigorous discipline in the analysis of law in the broader societal context. It regularly features speakers and conferences, workshops and fellowships, and provides mentorship for young scholars in SLS Law-and-Society-oriented academic programs such as JD/PhD in Sociology, SPILS and JSD.
The Seventh Conference for Junior Researchers will be rescheduled due to the spread of COVID-19.
Introduction The Stanford Program in Law and Society (SPLS) at Stanford Law School is pleased to announce its Second Conference…Learn more