Join the International Law Society for a lunch discussion with Professor Siegfried Fina on the legal implications of Brexit. The ILS lunch talk will begin with a keynote by Professor Siegfried Fina, followed by Q&A with the attendees of the event. In his keynote, Professor Fina will first look at the causes of the UK […]
Please join YEA (Youth & Education Advocates) this Tuesday in Room 185 for an engaging lunchtime discussion with Rigel Massaro, staff attorney at Public Advocates in San Francisco.* Rigel will discuss her work, which is uniquely centered around the intersection of law and education, and explain the "near-landmark" case CQE v. California, which almost revolutionized our state's […]
Each year, the Black Law Students Association hosts a crash court for its new students.
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Please join the International Law Society and find out what it means to practice international law. If you want your legal practice to have an international dimension to it, but aren’t quite sure what options are available, join us for lunch. Learn about careers in international law from lawyers at a major Washington law firm, one […]
On Tuesday, May 17th @ 12:45pm, Jon Novotny (SLS '08) will be coming to chat about his practice at Gunderson Dettmer, where he represents emerging growth companies and venture capital firms.
All-members meeting to discuss journal symposium, upcoming issue, and elections for next year's board
The Law Students for Reproductive Justice will be electing the board for 2016-2017! If you are interested in being a board-member, please email Diana Yu at firstname.lastname@example.org with a 1 paragraph statement of interest. Please specify if you are interested in being a president of LSRJ.
Sponsored by Stanford Entertainment and Sports Law Association.
Women’s Intellectual Property Lawyers Association (“WIPLA”) invites you to panel of women in IP law. Come hear from successful women in IP on why they chose IP law as a profession, what challenges they had to overcome as women in the field, and their tips for success. Lunch will be provided. We hope to see […]
Join us for a talk by author and Professor Wadie Said, to be followed by a discussion with Professor David Sklansky and Professor Shirin Sinnar. This event is open to the Stanford Community. Please click here to RSVP to confirm your free lunch order! The U.S. government has expansively interpreted, and aggressively applied anti-terrorism laws […]
Our speaker will be Jay Mitchell, professor and director of the Organizations and Transaction Clinic at SLS, and former senior in-house lawyer at Levi Strauss & Co. He will discuss two topics: (i) the value of drawing pictures and using visuals in doing legal work and (ii) bringing a design sensibility to legal documents. These matters are reflected in […]
Join the SLS National Lawyers Guild to hear from Frankie Preciado, counsel for the local SEIU chapter, about his work as a union lawyer. Lunch will be served.
If you are interested in Bankruptcy Law - come hear directly from practitioners! Lunch will be provided!
Join Commissioner Maureen K. Ohlhausen and Professor Mark A. Lemley for a talk and Q&A on patent law organized by the Stanford Intellectual Property Association (SIPA) and the Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA). Lunch will be served. Click on the images below to see speakers' profiles. Wednesday, January 27, 2016, from 12:45-1:45pm in Room 185. […]
Weekly SLA Meeting
The first event in the Stanford Human Rights Center's Speaker Series, Perspectives on the Current Israel-Palestine Conflict. Punitive house demolitions were routinely practiced by Israel in the Occupied Territories until 2005. In 2014, Israel renewed these demolitions, based on their purported deterrent effect. But has Israel enjoyed greater security in the past two years? The […]
Law professor David Skeel makes a fresh case for the plausibility and explanatory power of Christianity for the central puzzles of our existence, such as our capacity for idea-making, our experience of beauty and suffering, and our inability to create a just social order. In his recent book, “True Paradox: How Christianity Makes Sense […]
Private dinner with Hou Ping, the Vice President and Founder of LesGo, a nonprofit organization working on LGBT rights in China. LesGo advocates for recognition of and equality for the LGBT community in Suzhou and surrounding areas. Attendance is by invitation only. RSVP
Weekly SLA Meeting
Learn the Nuts and Bolts Levin Center staff will share insights and thoughts about how to approach the second summer job search, the strategic decisions that should be made, as well as how to consider the 2L summer in relation to clerkships, post-graduate fellowships and local/state/federal government honors and new attorney programs. We will also […]
Alums provide academic insight to rising 1Ls before the first week of class.