Panelists and experts explored the intricacies of the Chinese legal system and contrasted it with American law at a conference held this past weekend at the Law School.
In light of a changing legal industry, Stanford Law School will explore the changing state of the profession through a multi-year study backed by financial support from the Sidley Austin Foundation.
Wednesday evening, Steele joined Law School Dean Larry Kramer, emeritus history Prof. James Sheehan ’58 and Hoover senior fellow Martin Anderson, for a roundtable discussion on the history and present feasibility of the military draft. CISAC consulting Prof. Phil Taubman ’70 moderated.
Stanford Law School transitioned to the quarter system this school year with the goal of better integrating law students with the undergraduate community, and “inbound” and “outbound” enrollment–law students enrolled in non-Law School courses and vice versa–seems to indicate the change is working.