Want to learn more about navigating the U.S. legal market as an international attorney from LL.Ms? Please join us for a Q&A panel with Andres C Mena, partner at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. and Laura Rupenian, partner at Gibson Dunn. Both speakers completed an LL.M in the U.S. before finding positions here.
The Stanford Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) invites you to join us for lunch with Judge William A. Fletcher, a senior judge on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. This will be a free-flowing conversation, but topics will likely include his judicial philosophy and approach to statutory and constitutional interpretation, his perspective on […]
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society as we welcome J. Abraham Sutherland. Mr. Sutherland will discuss the rise of cryptocurrency and how it is generating new questions that will soon be decided by the federal courts.
Virtually every public policy has causes and consequences beyond those that are intended or immediately visible. This is true of criminal law policies that use algorithmic predictions of flight before trial; environmental policies involving greenhouse gas emissions and conventional pollutants; and social and health policies that address homelessness, institutional racism, and the distribution of Covid […]
This workshop touches on the cultural transitions one could experience when moving from their home country to a new one. Recognizing and managing such differences could be the key to successfully planning and executing your networking strategy. As you navigate your way into different social and professional settings, awareness of the changes that are happening […]
SIPA invites you to join Dan Knauss (SLS ‘09), Mani Roy (MS/PhD ‘02), Joanna Hubberts and Cam Vanderwall (SLS ‘18) for a lunch panel on IP practice areas at a big law firm, including patent prosecution/counseling and IP litigation. Lunch will be served courtesy of Cooley in the hallway outside Room 95 and eaten during the […]
Stanford LSJP welcomes you to our first teach-in on Wednesday, November 16 at 5pm for an introductory lesson on Palestine where we will explore questions of Palestinian history and the struggle for liberation against Israeli settler-colonialism and apartheid, to be followed by a Q&A. Whether you are a newcomer looking to learn more or have […]
The Stanford Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) invites you to the second event in our Beyond the Doctrine series. In this brown-bag lunch, Professor Nora Freeman Engstrom will cover ways in which lawyers can move tort doctrine in a progressive direction.
Are you interested in working at a law firm your 1L summer? Do you have questions about the law firm job search process? If yes, then we invite you to join us for a panel talk where law firm recruiters will share valuable insights into their hiring process including what makes candidates stand out.
This panel discussion will feature several attorneys whose practice regularly involves AI issues: Avi Gesser Partner, Debevoise, Co-Chair Data Strategy & Security Group Matt Ferraro (SLS '13), Counsel, WilmerHale. Pioneer of Disinformation & Deepfake Risk Management Miriam Wugmeister, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, Co-Chair of Global Privacy & Data Security Group, Board Member of ADP AI & Data […]
Stanford International Arbitration Association Meeting
SIPA and SPPA invite you to a lunch talk on taking a patent case to trial with IP trial litigators Ashok Ramani and Micah Block (SLS ‘09). Zareen's will be served courtesy of Davis Polk in the hallway outside Room 95 and eaten during the panel. Please RSVP for food, but all are welcome to join to listen […]
The speakers will be Keith Flaum and Debbie Oh from Hogan Lovells.
We will feature a panel of attorneys working to advance reproductive rights in the policy arena and the courts. They will discuss their career paths and about the future of reproductive rights lawyering in the post-Dobbs era. Lunch will be served. This event is co-sponsored by If/When/How, Women of Stanford Law, and the Levin Center.
Please join the Levin Center to hear more from international law practitioners Carmen Cheung the Executive Director at Center for Justice and Accountability and Lani Inverarity the Director of Programs & Strategy at Accountability Counsel.
The Levin Center invites you to join us for our Civil Government Practice Panel featuring Kavita Narayan (JD '08) from the Santa Clara County Counsel; Gabriel Martinez (JD '10) from the California Attorney General; and Maggie Filler (JD '12) U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. Our alumni will share career and law school advice. […]
Please join the Levin Center to hear from our International Public Interest Faculty Professors Tendayi Achiume, Erik Jensen, Jamie O'Connell, Gulika Reddy, and Allen Weiner.
The Levin Center invites you to join us for a panel featuring nonprofit alumni. We will be joined by Reed McLaurin (JD '21) from Mobilization for Justice, Emi Young (JD '16) from ACLU of Northern California, Cesar De La Vega (JD '14) from ChangeLab Solutions, and Nina Robertson (JD '10) from Earthjustice. Our alumni will […]
If you are interested in exploring public policy but lack the training and skills, consider joining the Policy Lab for any or all of our introductory skills workshops. The series offers an overview of methods and strategies for social change, beginning with an in-person boot camp on Saturday, 10/1, followed by a series of five […]
Join Justice Goodwin Liu in a fireside chat about Asian Americans and the Law and learn more about his advocacy efforts (https://www.apaportraitproject.org). Coffees and light refreshments will be served. RSVP here.
Please join the Stanford Federalist Society for an event featuring Mr. Noel Francisco & Prof. Michael McConnell. Catered lunch will be served. RSVP
Please join the Federalist Society for an event featuring Mississippi Solicitor General Scott Stewart and Prof. Jeffrey Fisher on Dobbs v. Women's Health Organization and the constitutional right to choose. Lunch will be served to those who RSVP at https://forms.gle/SqERaHno3ErGd4Rd7.
2Ls and 3Ls will host a panel discussion about the summer internships available in the youth and education space, with representatives from civil government, impact litigation, juvenile justice, direct services, and policy advocacy. Lunch will be provided. Though this event is targeted at 1Ls, 2Ls and 3Ls who are still searching for public interest jobs […]
Members of the Stanford Technology Law Review will be working on final edits for our fall publication.
Join China Law and Policy Association in a lunch discussion with Professor Chee Kong (“CK”) LOW on Hong Kong’s current constitutional framework. Description: Significant interest was – and perhaps continues to be – drawn to Hong Kong over the summer of 2019 as protests were held on a weekly basis to seek, inter alia, the withdrawal […]