Center for Law and the Biosciences lunch talk series with speakers Karola Kreitmair, Clinical Ethics Fellow, and Nicole Martinez, Postdoctoral Fellow, both at Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
Please join the Center for Law and the Biosciences for a talk and Q&A with Meredith Wadman, reporter at Science. Meredith has covered biomedical research politics for two decade, and is […]
This event is a town hall meeting for current SLR members to discuss changes to SLR recruitment and the write-on process with the Vol. 70 board. Please note, this meeting is not for 1Ls interested in joining SLR.
Training for students who will be volunteering in this SCJC program in the 2017 Winter and Spring quarters.
A discussion with Justice Nathan Mihara from the California Court of Appeal about how one's faith tradition can enrich the work of a judicial officer. Lunch will be served! RSVP here.
Please join the Center for Law and the Biosciences for a talk and Q&A with Lindsey Chambers, interdisciplinary ethics fellow at the Center for Ethics and Society. Her work focuses on […]
Please join the Center for Law and the Biosciences for an event featuring distinguished speakers from the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. Joining us will be Erik Iverson, Managing Director, and […]
A welcome lunch to introduce new students to the Center for Law and the Biosciences and BioLaw
This is a make up session for those who can't make the first session on 5/13.
Statistical and algorithmic methods are increasingly used throughout the criminal justice system, from predictive policing to sentencing decisions. Our guest speaker, Prof. Sharad Goel from Stanford's department of Management Science and Engineering, will discuss two recent applications of this approach: (1) real-time risk assessment in New York City's stop-and-frisk program; and (2) tests for discrimination […]
BLSA is hosting a lunch with Professor Michelle W. Anderson to provide information about the clerkship application process to BLSA members. The event will focus on the value of clerking and provide an overview of the process. It will also include a student panel of BLSA members who have secured clerkships.
Today, the UN Outer Space Treaty of 1967 continues to guide international activities and missions in space—both in Earth orbit and beyond. Ratified by over 100 nations, the OST continues to fulfill its original intention that exploration and use of space be done for the peaceful benefit of mankind—whether undertaken by governmental or non-government entities. […]
Jay Mitchell (bio here) and Michelle Sonu (bio here) from the Organizations and Transactions Clinic will be giving a lunch talk on corporate practice, the intersection of law and business, and how the O&T Clinic helps develop skills necessary for any career path you may take. If you aren't quite sure what transactional law looks like or if you […]
Prof. Silvia Camporesi will discuss the ethical and political relevance of the somatic/germ-line distinction in the CRISPR genome editing debate. Dr. Camporesi is a bioethicist trained in biotechnology in Italy and the US and philosophy of medicine in the UK. She is currently based in the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine at King’s College […]
Please join SLS Democrats and the Women of Stanford Law for a conversation with Professor Deborah Rhode on Hillary Clinton’s campaign, young women voters, how women's voting choices have been portrayed in the media, and the struggle of female candidates. Come join the conversation about women and the 2016 election. http://goo.gl/forms/IWo9v6KGGP
Interested in leading the largest progressive student organization on campus? Not sure what the American Constitution Society (ACS) is, but sounds like something you would be into? Come to our election info session on Wednesday, April 13 at 12:45 pm to find out more about running for President or applying to be a member of […]
Come hear Lina Houston of the national Law Students for Reproductive Justice discuss the fundamentals of reproductive justice - what it means and what the role of lawyers are in the movement. "Reproductive Justice (RJ) represents an emerging framework, an analytical tool, a movement-building strategy, and a desired outcome. RJ advocates concentrate on the realization […]
The Center for Law and the Biosciences invites you to its biweekly(-ish) journal club lunch series, featuring delicious FREE Thai food and engaging discussion for all! Our speaker for November 12th is Natalie […]
The Center for Law and the Biosciences invites you to its biweekly(-ish) journal club lunch series, featuring delicious FREE Thai food and engaging discussion for all! Our speaker for October 29th is Roland Nadler, SLS JD 2015 and Fellow at the Center for Law and the Biosciences, presenting co-authored work recently featured at the 2015 Annual […]
Join Gary Edwards and Glenn Westreich, partners at Haynes and Boone, LLP with expertise in intellectual property, for a presentation, Q&A, and networking reception organized by the Stanford Intellectual Property Association (SIPA). Lunch will be served. Click on the images below to see speakers' profiles. Thursday, October 22, 2015, from 12:45-2:00pm in Room 85. Please […]
Come join Prof. Hank Greely and the fellows of the Center for Law and the Biosciences for free, delicious Thai food and an introduction to the Center's research and events for the year, as well as the work of the Stanford Program in Neuroscience and Society (SPINS). We welcome students with a background in science […]
Preparation for Columbia Job Fair