Wondering what a career in public international law can really look like? Join Dr. Zachary Kaufman for an afternoon coffee hour and hear about his career path through all three branches of government, international war tribunals, academia, and beyond. This event is limited to 15 students on a lottery basis. Please RSVP here by Friday […]
This will be a small group discussion for ACS students with Judge Cooper.
The Rule of Law Program will be hiring law clerks for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rwanda (based in Kigali, Rwanda) during Summer 2018. Law clerks will assist the Chief Justice with legal research, writing, and ongoing legal reform projects. Come to this information session to hear from students who have clerked […]
This talk provides an overview of the current problems posed by industrialized animal agriculture, and how clean and plant-based meat companies are solving these issues while experiencing tremendous business success. Students are presented with one of the most exciting opportunities for building a career that makes a true impact. This talk will touch upon opportunities for legal, […]
RSVP is Required. Dr. Gechlik founded the CGCP in February 2011 in response to the landmark decision of the Supreme People’s Court of China to release certain Chinese court judgments as de facto binding “Guiding Cases” (“GCs”). With support from an international team ofapproximately 200 law students, lawyers, and translation professionals, as well as an […]
Explore Public Interest Room 230, Stanford Law School RSVP Come to an informational brown-bag lunch session about careers with Navy and Army JAG Corps. Lt. Tashinda M. Richardson will represent the Army JAG Corps and Cpt. Herbert L Bunton III will represent the Navy JAG Corps. NOTE: This employer does not comply with our non-discrimination […]
John M. Desmarais, of Desmarais LLP, will present on what it's like to try a patent case all the way to a jury. John Desmarais is the founding partner of Desmarais LLP, a top-ranked IP litigation boutique located in New York City that specializes in jury trials and alternative fee structures. Prior to founding Desmarais, […]
What do we talk about when we talk about polarization? One of the underlying aspects in that conversation is a divergence in views about what America is. Using a couple (very short!) readings as a starting point, we will discuss what it means that, for example, "multiculturalism" and "patriotism" have become dirty words for different parts of American society. If […]
Jim Obergefell, the namesake of Obergefell v. Hodges, is coming to town and wants to say hello to OutLaw.
Come have lunch with Judge Griffith of the D.C. Circuit!
1L Private Sector Spotlight Lunch Plaintiff - Douglas Saeltzer and Sara Peters, Walkup, Melodia, Kelly & Schoenberger
Engage the Issues Students who worked at a non-profit organization this summer are invited to a ‘debrief’ session with Diane Chin and Jayashri Srikantiah. This is an opportunity to raise issues, share lessons learned, and celebrate the work you were able to do. Lunch will be provided. RSVP
Internet intermediaries play a central role on enabling freedom of expression and access to information in the digital environment. On the other hand, these intermediaries are frequently enlisted to help law enforcement authorities and third parties seeking to remove content from the internet. Well crafted intermediary liability rules are crucial to maintain a proper balance […]
Engage the Issues Students who worked in Criminal Prosecution this summer are invited to a ‘debrief’ session with Professor David Sklansky. RSVP
Stanford Entertainment and Sports Law Association meeting for the election of officers.
Please join the American Constitution Society in welcoming Chloe Cockburn of the Open Philanthropy Project to discuss how to construct a movement ecosystem to bring about mass incarceration reform. Chloe Cockburn joined the Open Philanthropy Project in August 2015 and leads the strategy for investing in criminal justice policy and practice reforms to substantially reduce […]
Explore Public Interest Kim Turner, Staff Attorney for the Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center’s Fair Play for Girls in Sports Project, will speak about her work promoting the health, well-being, education, and future employment opportunities of girls in grades K-12, particularly in low income areas, by ensuring sports programs provided by public schools […]
Come join us for a casual brown bag lunch with SLS Alum Michael Rossotto! Mike is a 1992 SLS grad and an inaugural winner of the Stanford Law Public Service Fellowship. […]
Explore Public Interest How to make the most from your law degree (and your life) with a career in public-interest law Sometimes law students are told they have two options: a miserable life earning decent money at a law firm, or a rewarding job coupled with a vow of poverty. This isn’t true. On November […]
Learn the Nuts and Bolts Jocelyn Larkin from the Impact Fund will present this workshop. This is open to PI Fellows only.