Please join the Stanford Latinx Law Students Association and the American Constitution Society for a conversation with Judge Edward Davila of the Northern District of California.
Join SLS instructor and Director of the Rock Center for Corporate Governance, Sam McClure, for a lunch event on decision frameworks for professional life after SLS.
Meeting for SLA organization.
Law and History Workshop: Gina Dent, UC Santa Cruz Feminist Studies Department, and Prison as a Border: Punishment, Visuality, History
On March 29, national animal protection organization Farm Sanctuary and Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) is hosting a Capitol Hill event to celebrate the re-introduction of the Food & Farm Act. The Food & Farm Act will shift federal food system resources to create a more compassionate, sustainable, and equitable Farm Bill. In honor of this […]
Meeting for all SELJ members to make final line edits to our May/June 2023 issue. Dinner will be served!
A small book discussion on Not Accountable with author Howard.
A space for those curious how to grapple with wealth privilege or what to do with excess income after law school. Can we use our resources to shift power to frontline communities fighting for change? Can we learn to feel safe in letting money flow?
The lunch talk will be Monday, March 6, at 12:45 pm in Room 185 Sponsored by: Global Trends in Judicial Reform Policy Lab, SLLSA, Stanford Global Studies (Part of the SGS Global Research Workshop Series), Stanford Law and Society Association; Stanford Center for Latin American Studies Colombia is seen as a pioneer among Latin American […]
Law and Economics Seminar with Zohar Goshen (Columbia Law School), “Raiders, Activists, and the Risk of Mistargeting” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2023. Download the paper here. RSVP to email@example.com
Join Stanford Environmental Law Journal for our annual author night and dinner! We are excited to welcome this year’s eight authors to join us (via Zoom) in a conversation about […]
Stanford Center for Law & History presents: Doris Morgan Rueda February 21, 2023 Crown Bldg Room 185 12:45-2:00pm In Person and Virtual
On Monday, February 20th at 12:45-2 pm, Azadeh Shahshahani, the Legal & Advocacy Director of Project South (Atlanta, GA) will be in conversation with Professor Jennifer Chacón, Bruce Tyson Mitchell Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. Azadeh will discuss her career and the work of the Defend & Protect Initiative of Project South, which […]
Law and Economics Seminar with Meirav Furth-Matzkin (UCLA Law School), “Racial Discrimination by Retailers: A Field Study of Willingness to Accept Returns” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2023. Download the paper here. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Decommodify Land, Housing, Finance, Work, Law and everything else. Lunch discussion on how lawyers can support movements for transformative economic change, away from hierarchy and towards democracy. For example, using transactional law tools to help worker-owned businesses, Black and Indigenous land stewards, and cooperatives of all kinds. This casual discussion will be led […]
The Public Interest Clerkships Committee will host an introduction panel, where you can learn more about the clerkship process and meet the eight members of the committee.
Stanford Center for Law & History presents: Judith Surkis and "The Intimate Life of International Law after Decolonization: Custody, Nationality, and Franco-Algerian Children" February 7, 2023 Crown Bldg Room 185 12:50-2:00pm In Person and Virtual
The Energy & Infrastructure Club invites you to join a discussion with LLM students in the Environmental Law and Policy program about their careers in energy law prior to coming to Stanford. Taral Ajmera, Natchaya Pichetsatha, and Ning Hsu will join us for a candid and informal conversation about their clean energy and climate work […]
Law and Economics Seminar with Ryan Bubb (New York University Law School) and Robert P. Bartlett, III (University of California, Berkeley, School of Law), “Corporate Social Responsibility Through Shareholder Governance” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2023. Download the paper here. RSVP to email@example.com
Bi-weekly SLA Meeting
1Ls: Come hear from a panel of 2Ls about their experiences finding and making the most out of their 1L job. During this stressful time, take some time to be […]
“This Series of Strong Laws”: Choctaw Governance and the Rise of Indigenous Constitutionalism, 1826-1830 For two centuries, Native nations in the United States have written constitutions to govern their affairs and affirm their status as sovereigns. Exploring the origins of this tradition of Indigenous constitutionalism in the era of Indian Removal, this paper focuses on […]
Law and Economics Seminar with Murat Mungan (George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School), “Inmate Assistance Programs: Toward a Less Punitive and More Effective Criminal Justice System” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2023. Download paper here. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to have Ben Schifman join us as the first lunch-series speaker this quarter! Ben is an environmental lawyer who has extensive experience working in the federal government. He will be touching on topics at the intersection of law, climate, environment and energy, and working in the US Federal Government (Department of Justice, […]
Morgan Harper is an SLS graduate and former US Senate candidate from Ohio. She is currently a fellow at the American Economic Liberties Project.