Another Look, a book club founded by the English Department to discuss books deemed to have not yet received their time in the spotlight, took on Philip Roth’s ‘The Ghost Writer’ on Tuesday night.
Stanford University celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
From serving as a consultant to law enforcement to collaborating with Firefox on a cookie-blocking feature, Jonathan Mayer J.D. ’12 Ph.D. ’16 has made a name for himself in recent years with regards to technology policy and online privacy issues.
Steven Weitzman is a professor of Jewish Culture and Religion in the Department of Religious Studies and the director of… Continue Reading »
A modern office space is now open to clients seeking free legal services at the Community Law Clinic (CLC) in East Palo Alto, one of the eleven clinics offered by the Stanford Law School that offers a hands-on learning experience for aspiring lawyers while giving back to the community.
This weekend, The Stanford Law Review and the Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties hosted “The Civil Rights Act at Fifty,” a symposium celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Despite the University’s policy of prohibiting Stanford funded, organized or sponsored trips for undergraduates to countries on the State Department’s travel warning list, trips to… Continue Reading »