Join ASC on Thursday February 8 from 9-10am in Russo Commons/Student Law Lounge for coffee and bagels! Come chat about ACS programming and meet like-minded students or just grab food/caffeine on […]
Effective public policy depends on gathering accurate data and then translating that data into clear, concise accounts for policymakers, analysts, experts, and lay audiences. Most public policy research finds its voice in standard policy memo formats - empirical research reports, white papers, findings memos, action memos, and briefing papers. This Policy Lab workshop will introduce […]
Office of Student Affairs hosts a lunch with each new 1L section and AD students. Food will be provided.
We invite 2Ls and 3Ls who spent your summer interning with nonprofit organizations to join your fellow students and Levin Center staff Mike Winn and Shannon Al-Wakeel to discuss your experiences and reflect on what you've learned. Register for the debrief session by 10/31. Lunch will be provided.
Office of Student Affairs hosts lunches with each new 1L section and AD students. Lunch will be provided
Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps Judge Advocate General (JAG) officers will be coming to campus on Friday, October 27, 2023 to discuss opportunities for law students to work for their respective Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Stanford Law School is committed to providing equal opportunity to obtain employment. Stanford Law School’s Nondiscrimination Policy: Stanford […]
Office of Student Affairs meets with every 1L section and AD students. Food will be provided
Office of Student Affairs hosts a lunch to meet with each new section of advance degree and 1L sections.
OSA host the co-presidents from the affinity groups to a lunch
The Levin Center invites 2L and 3Ls students who interned at federal or public defender offices to join Professors Ron Tyler and Carlie Ware Horne to discuss your summer and reflect on what you’ve learned. Lunch will be catered, so please RSVP to ensure we have enough for everyone.
We invite 2Ls and 3Ls who spent your summer interning with civil government agencies to join your fellow students and Professor Pam Karlan to talk about your summer internships and reflect on what you've learned. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP by October 5, 2023.
Event blurb: Interested in the State Department or public service international law careers? Join Professor Allen Weiner and the Levin Center at a brown bag lunch with Monica Ager Jacobsen, where she will discuss her work with the Office of the Legal Adviser. Speaker bio: Monica Ager Jacobsen is currently an attorney adviser in the Office of […]
Join us for lunch with the Hon. Carolyn Lerner, a judge on the U.S. Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC. Judge Lerner will talk about her path to the bench, chat with students curious about public interest law and clerking, and answer your questions. Before taking the bench, Judge Lerner served in many other roles, […]
Join Levin Center staff, Kevin Lo and Shafaq Khan, to prepare for your public interest/public service summer internship as we review orientation, managing your time, managing up and memo writing.
Discussion with students sponsored by the Levin Public Interest Law Center, Stanford Criminal Justice Center, and Stanford Criminal Law Society in Room 320D Crown; Moderated by Professor David Sklansky or Professor Bob Weisberg (Faculty Directors of the Stanford Criminal Justice Center). Students are invited to sign up for office hours with Mr. Estrada. You may […]
The Stanford Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) and the Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) invite you to our Coughlin Oral Argument Listening Session and Breakfast. In Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians v. Coughlin, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument on whether Congress intended to abrogate the sovereign immunity […]
Attorneys from Wilkie Farr & Gallagher will be visiting campus for a casual meet and greet with BLSA students during lunch. Coffee and/or Boba will be served.
Come meet Shubhra Shivpuri, JD '08, Executive Director of the Social Justice Legal Foundation, and learn more about the Foundation's Social Justice Litigation Fellowships. The Foundation hires an SLS graduate for their Fellowship every other year. Alyssa Martinez, JD/MA '21, is there now and was part of the Foundation's first class. The next recruiting cycle […]
Come join the SLS Christian Legal Fellowship for a Bible Study on the Book of Haggai led by Professor McConnell.
Please join us for a book talk scheduled for January 20th featuring Professor Ada Kuskowski (University of Pennsylvania Department of History) on March 10, 2023 from 12:15-2pm PST. Kuskowski will be joining us virtually, but we will meet in person over lunch in Crown Building Room 320D. Vernacular Law: Writing and the Reinvention of Customary Law in Medieval […]
NALSA is hosting a lunch talk with SLS NALSA alum and current DOJ-ENRD attorney, Jared Crum. Jared Crum previously worked at Hogan Lovells and clerked on the District Court for the Southern District of Texas. He will speak about his experiences working at DOJ and opportunities to work there.
Join Janet Martinez to learn about the art of designing systems to resolve conflicts across all types of organizations, including private, public, nonprofit, and international venues. This workshop is grounded in Professor Martinez, Lisa Blomgren Amsler, and Stephanie E. Smith's book, Dispute System Design (2020), which applies a framework of design elements across a range […]
The Levin Center invites you to meet with staff and peers at its Winter 1L Public Interest Mini Retreat. A full agenda will be available on the RSVP form shortly. Lunch will be provided.
Please join SLS's Environmental and Natural Resources Law & Policy Program and the Levin Center for a co-sponsored "Careers in Climate" discussion focused on environmental litigation. SLS alums Peter Broderick, Urban Wildlands Legal Director and Senior Attorney at the Center for Biological Diversity, and Elena Saxonhouse, Managing Attorney at the Sierra Club, will discuss their […]
The Office of Student Affairs hosts lunches with each new 1L and AD section. This is an opportunity for us to get to know you and for you to get to know us. Lunch will be provided.