4:45-5:00 PM | Dinner 5:00-6:00 PM | Lecture Senators at recent confirmation hearings have asked nominees about their commitments to originalism and their judicial philosophies. This lecture, based on a forthcoming book, argues that we should shift our focus. Retrospectively examining “great” Supreme Court justices and “strong” (and “weak”) Supreme Courts, I suggest that we […]
This event is open to Stanford Law School and GSB students only. Interested in business law? Join us for lunch and to meet the staff and faculty behind the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at SLS. Learn about the work that we do and the types of programs we host, and share feedback on the topics and […]
5:00-6:30 PM | Lecture 6:30-7:30 PM | Reception In a forthcoming article, William Baude and Michael Stokes Paulsen seek to "set forth the full sweep and force of Section Three" of the Fourteenth Amendment, which forbids holding office by former office holders who then participate in insurrection or rebellion. Their reading finds that Section Three "disqualifies […]
Prompted by Leah Goodridge's recent essay in the UCLA Law Review which "examines professionalism as a tool to subjugate people of color in the legal field," this discussion illuminates how racial hierarchy and inequity operates within the legal professionalism context—not only for attorneys and paralegals but also for those participating in the legal process. Please […]
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.