FEATURES FROM THE SUMMER 2004 "STANFORD LAWYER"UPCOMING REGIONAL EVENT
"LOOKING FOR MORE THAN A FEW GOOD DIRECTORS"
"The New York Times" featured the Law School's Directors' College, to which Joseph Grundfest, the W.A. Franke Professor of Law and Business and former SEC Commissioner, has now for a decade attracted such luminaries as SEC Chairman William Donaldson, Berkshire Hathaway Vice-Chairman Charles Munger, securities attorney William Lerach, and Goldman Sachs Chair and CEO Henry M. Paulson, Jr. The "San Francisco Chronicle" covered the Munger and Donaldson keynote speeches in "Dueling Views of Reform."
"SUMMER ASSOCIATES WORK ON SUPREME COURT PLEADINGS"
"The American Lawyer" looked at the Law School's Supreme Court Litigation Clinic, led by Kenneth and Harle Montgomery Professor of Public Interest Law Pamela Karlan, which in June went three for three in persuading the U.S. Supreme Court to grant petitions for certiorari on which much of the actual legal work was done by Stanford Law students. (Article posted by "New York Lawyer.")
"NEW COPYRIGHT GRANTS ARTISTS GREATER LICENSE"
In June, the "International Herald Tribune" covered the launch of the German version of Creative Commons, a nonprofit organization cofounded by Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law and John A. Wilson Distinguished Faculty Scholar, to give artists the freedom to choose "how they want to share the work, specifying whether they want credit for reuse, whether they want to be paid for commercial use, and whether it is acceptable to change it."
REGISTER ONLINE FOR ALUMNI WEEKEND 2004
Come to Alumni Weekend this October 21 through 24, 2004! All alumni are warmly invited to hear:
E-NEWS ON DISPUTE RESOLUTION
"News from Gould," the e-newsletter of the Law School's Martin Daniel Gould Center for Conflict Resolution Programs is now available online.
Josh Bolten '80, the man President Bush nicknamed "Yosh," has one of the toughest and most influential jobs in Washington--Director of the Office of Management and Budget.
SPRINTING ALL THE WAY
Kathleen M. Sullivan is ending her tenure as Dean of the Law School this summer the same way she started--going flat out.
RUMSFELD V. PADILLA (& JENNY)
Assistant Professor Jenny Martinez argued one of the three big "enemy combatant" cases recently decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Law School faculty offer their picks of books to read this summer. Don't worry--there's not a law book among them.
Professor Pamela Karlan argues that baseball and same-sex marriage have a lot more in common than one might think.
LOS ANGELES: BEHIND THE SCENES OF "24"
Thursday, August 12, 2004, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., 20th Century Fox, Building 100, Room 5010, 10201 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. Featuring Robert Cochran '74 (AB '71), Executive Producer of the Fox television series "24." Please join us for a reception, pilot screening, and question and answer session with the Emmy Award-winning creator of this groundbreaking show. Sponsored by the Stanford Law Society of Los Angeles. RSVP required for this event by August 11, 2004. Please RSVP to email@example.com; $25/person.
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