Watch Event Speakers for 9/15: Ran Abramitzky Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar — American Constitutional Democracy in a Changing World Larry Diamond — Depolarizing American Politics Margaret Levi — A More Equitable Union Condoleezza Rice — Challenges […]
Watch Recorded Event The Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University will host a speech, Readying the Antitrust Division for Technological Evolution in the Financial Sector and Beyond, given […]
Register in advance for this webinar View Event 1.0 General CLE Adapting to global warming is expensive. Identifying sources of revenue to pay for costly climate adaptations in a way that is just and equitable for California residents has become increasingly important, especially given additional pressure on state and local budgets from the ongoing pandemic. […]
The Covid crisis has laid bare the need for real-time, comprehensive, and publicly accessible data—the climate crisis demands no less. Join Ken Alex, Alicia Seiger and Michael Schmitz as they discuss how to fill the existing climate data gaps and why it’s time to move beyond an approach emphasizing voluntary reporting to one establishing carbon […]
Join us for the Rock Center Online Episode 5 with Aparna Bawa, Chief Operating Officer of Zoom and Mike Callahan, Executive Director of the Rock Center. The discussion will focus on challenges and opportunities of managing through the pandemic at scale.
Watch Now Join us for the Rock Center Online Episode 4 with Crystal Jezierski, former Senior Vice President of Global Ethics at Walmart and Amyn Thawer, Vice President, Head of […]
The Stanford Program in Law and Society's spring event featured Professor Haksoo Ko, Seoul National University Law School (South Korea), Professor Ching-Fu Lin, National Tsing Hua University (Taiwan), Professor Michelle […]
Join us for the discussion focusing on the rule of law, privacy concerns, and other legal and ethical issues that arise from innovating against Covid-19.
Are you curious about how to best navigate the legal job market during a period of economic instability? Would you like to learn how SLS grads like you adjusted to—and […]
View Recording The Hoover Institution presents an online virtual briefing series on pressing policy issues, including health care, the economy, democratic governance, and national security. Briefings will include thoughtful and informed analysis […]
Join librarians Shay Elbaum and Taryn Marks (both former judicial clerks!) for a training on researching while a clerk. In this Zoom session, we'll review the top research strategies you'll […]
Join us for the Rock Center Online Series - Episode 3 with George Triantis, Charles J. Meyers Professor of Law and Business, Stanford Law School and Mike Callahan, Executive Director of the […]
The 2020 Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation’s “Bid for Justice” Auction will take place on Friday, May 15th - in a brand-new, virtual format! Join us from the comfort of […]
This is a virtual Q&A session with the creator of and one of the primary voices in the documentary Blood Memory, which tells the story of coerced Native adoptions, ICWA, […]
View Conversation Join us for the Rock Center Online Series - Episode 2 with James E. Williams, Chief Financial Officer of the U.S. Department of Labor, and Mike Callahan, Executive […]
Click below to view the recorded conversation View Conversation The Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University is launching a series of online sessions addressing novel and difficult challenges […]
Kelsey Skaggs, Executive Director of Climate Defense Project, works with climate change activists who want to use the legal system. She will discuss the role of nonviolent civil disobedience in the current political situation and how the climate movement is using this tactic. Kelsey will also discuss the role of lawyers in the climate movement […]
Stanford Law School invites you to join a Q&A with Professor Michelle Mello and Professor David Studdert—both experts in public health and health policy, who hold joint appointments in the Stanford University School of Medicine—to address your questions about COVID-19. View the video This event took place on Monday, April 27th from 9:00 a.m. - […]
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Discussion via Zoom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CR0qlLIsMqg click here for audio only Nathaniel Persily James B. McClatchy Professor of Law, Stanford Law School To view Nathaniel Persily's full bio, click here.
Join us for a discussion with some of your favorite SLS faculty members to hear their perspective on the value of joining SLR.
The COVID-19 pandemic has added a new twist to an already complicated election year. To safeguard the inclusivity and legitimacy of our elections, local and federal election authorities will have to confront unprecedented challenges—and confront them now. Hear from two election law experts on what measures are being taken, and what they recommend to ensure […]
Come ask us your burning questions about the Candidate Exercise. These sessions are meant to be primarily about Bluebooking, but we will do our best to answer any SLR questions you may have. OH 1 (Monday, April 13 @ 6:00 PM) OH 2 (Wednesday, April 15 @ 1:00 PM) OH 3 (Friday, April 17 @ 4:00 […]
Join us for our sessions designed to give you a crash course on what to expect on the CE and helpful tips on how to be successful on it. There will be two sessions led by SLR’s Managing Editors as well as sessions hosted by various affinity groups. All sessions are open to all, and […]
Join us for a virtual lunch panel with current SLR members designed to answer any and all questions about what the journal is and what being on it is really like.