Explore Public Interest Informational brown-bag lunch session about careers with Navy JAG Corps, presented by Capt. Nilsen. RSVP
Explore Public Interest Join Brian Connors, Chief Deputy State Public Defender at the Colorado Public Defender's Office, to hear about public defense and opportunities available to students. The Colorado Public Defender is a state-funded agency responsible for indigent criminal defense in all of Colorado’s 64 counties. They hire lawyers and paid interns who make a commitment […]
Are you interested in education policy and/or education reform? Would you like to be involved in bringing speakers to campus next year to discuss school funding disparities, school-to-prison pipeline, effective representation […]
May 17, 2016 12:45PM - 2:00PM Room 285, Stanford Law School Register Now The Stanford Center on the Legal Profession is proud to welcome Stephen B. Bright, President and Senior Counsel of the Southern Center for Human Rights, as the inaugural speaker in the Lawyers as Leaders speaker series. Stephen B. Bright President and Senior […]
Join the Stanford International Human Rights Association and the Center for Latin American Studies in welcoming Mirte Postema, the Fellow for Human Rights, Criminal Justice and Prison Reform in the Americas in the Stanford Human Rights Center, to discuss recent innovative mechanisms to combat impunity in Central America and Mexico that have been created relatively recently, and their […]
Join James Yoon (SLS '93), partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, for a presentation on patent litigation, IP counseling, and the use of data analytics in legal decision making, strategy development, and risk assessment organized by the Stanford Intellectual Property Association (SIPA). Lunch will be served. Click on the image below to see the […]
UPDATE: We have cancelled these sessions and will circulate a survey instead. These sessions are intended for SLS students who have participated in one of the Pro Bono Projects in 2015-16 to talk about their experiences and give feedback to the Pro Bono Director. Lunch provided. Two sessions will be held. Tuesday, May 3, 12:45-2:00 […]
Want to form meaningful relationships with the fantastic criminal law professors at Stanford? Want to plan events that engage everyone at the school in important issues of criminal justice? Want to mentor 1Ls interested in criminal law? The Criminal Law Society will be electing the board for 2016-2017! If you are interested in being a […]
Join William Price, partner in the Los Angeles office and co-chair of the National Trial Practice Group at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivanat, for his "My Cousin Vinny" presentation on how to be a trial lawyer organized by the Stanford Intellectual Property Association (SIPA). Mr. Price is recognized as one of the leading trial lawyers in […]
Business meeting for senior and member editors of the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy
Three former government attorneys now in private practice at Munger Tolles & Olson LLP talk about how their careers developed and how the skills and experience they developed with the government hleps them today.
Please join Davis Polk partner Matt Lehr for a lunch talk on the firm’s IP Litigation practice. Hosted by SIPA and Davis Polk. Lunch will be served!
Levin Center staff will discuss the Government Honors Program and Post-Graduate Fellowship application process. We’ll also provide advice on how to develop postgraduate fellowship applications and projects. RSVP
As an attorney, you may have occasion to interact with someone who has suffered a traumatic experience. Law school provides you with an excellent legal foundation to become a good lawyer, but sometimes that isn’t enough when working with clients who’ve experienced trauma. In order to create a trusting relationship, it’s important to develop the […]
Yamile Nesrala, Harvard Law (Class of '13), will be giving a presentation for law students interested in the startup world. Yamile worked for Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher in New York for two years prior to joining a startup called CommonBond. She will discuss transitioning from Big Law into a startup, as well as CommonBond. CommonBond is […]
This will be a second training for the LSRJ pro bono project group that will be directly handling client intakes. Rebecca Gudeman from the National Center for Youth Law will facilitate the training.
WilmerHale attorneys address legal pitfalls to be avoided by startups. Hosted by E-Club and SLBA.
Crowdsourcing Human Rights, A Conversation with David Keyes Sponsored by the Stanford International Human Rights Law Association Please join SIHRLA in welcoming David Keyes this Thursday, November 5th at 12:45. Mr. Keyes will be speaking about crowdsourcing human rights and the power of an individual to challenge dictatorship. He will highlight the role law students can […]
Welcome meeting for new & old members of the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law & Policy
Weekly SLA Meeting
Weekly SLA Meeting
September 26th, 2015 will mark the one year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students from the Rural Normal School Raúl Isidro Burgos in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico. On September 5, 2015, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights's Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts published a report at the conclusion of their six-month independent investigation of the Ayotzinapa case. […]
Lisa Bernstein (University of Chicago Law School) will present “Private Ordering, Social Capital, and Network Governance In Procurement Contracts: A Preliminary Exploration” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2015. Related Media
Kathryn Spier (Harvard Law School) will present “A Comprehensive Theory of Civil Settlement” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2015. Related Media
W. Kip Viscusi (Department of Economics and School of Law, Vanderbilt University) will present “Regulating Ambiguous Risks: The Less than Rational Regulation of Pharmaceuticals” as part of the Law and Economics Seminar, Winter 2015. Related Media