On Tuesday evening at Stanford Law School, Stanford Law Professor Mark Lemley and Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of UC Berkeley’s law school, debated the merits of recalling Judge Aaron Persky ’84 M.A. ’85.
Editor’s Note: This op-ed’s content and author list have been updated at the request of the authors since it’s original publication online. As law students of color, we learned early that social justice often comes down to undoing the wrongs the legal system visits upon our communities. Slavery and Japanese internment were legal. So is…
The launch of a new organization called Indivisible Stanford marks another outlet for students to act against the Trump administration — this time stemming from the law student community, which some say has become more politically active in recent weeks.
How a young mom living in poverty rose to become a Stanford law professor and one of the leading voices against sexual assault on campuses today
In LAW 116N: “Guns, Drugs, Abortion, and Empirical Evaluation of Law and Policy,” students learn to disentangle fact from fiction in some of society’s most controversial policy issues.
Graduating Stanford Law students have elected to crowdsource the student commencement address this year. Marta Belcher J.D. ’15, who proposed the idea, described the student response and speechwriting process to The Daily.
The US News and World Report recently released ratings of top graduate programs showing that Stanford’s graduate schools of business, education, engineering, law and medicine are all ranked among the top three in the nation.
The Stanford Law School hosted a panel discussion Tuesday to discuss the recent issues of law enforcement and racial equality and what role law schools and students can play in today’s social turmoil.