"GROUP TURNS GOVERNANCE SPOTLIGHT ON PENSION PLANS"
"The Wall Street Journal" published a story about new standards for managing pension, endowment, and charitable funds developed by a committee of the Stanford Institutional Investors' Forum at Stanford Law School. [Subscription Required].
Lecturer in Law Dan Siciliano '99, Executive Director of the Program in Law, Economics & Business, spoke on "CNBC" about the immigration bill.
"2006-2007 SUPREME COURT TERM REVIEW"
"Professor Pam Karlan, Professor Kathleen Sullivan , and Lecturer in Law Thomas Goldstein participated in a panel discussion on June 28 hosted by the American Constitution and Law Society. Their comments about the recent Supreme Court term were picked up by several news outlets, including "NPR" and the "San Francisco Chronicle."
"POINTED ADVICE FOR CORPORATE DIRECTORS OFFERED AT STANFORD EVENT"
The "San Jose Mercury News" covered Charles Munger's keynote speech at the law school's annual Directors' College. [Registration Required]
"SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH BANKS"
"NPR Marketplace" featured Professor Joe Grundfest'78 commenting on a Supreme Court ruling that Wall Street bankers and brokers planning IPOs are immune from antitrust lawsuits
"TECH MISSIONARY SHIFTS FOCUS"
"The New York Times" reported on Professor Larry Lessig's announcement that he will be focusing his efforts on combatting the influence of money on politics. [Subscription or Purchase Required]
"KOSKI WINS PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD"
Professor Bill Koski was recently awarded the "Public Service Award" by IMPACT, a California non-profit for deaf and hard of hearing children, in recognition of his work advocating for equal and excellent educational opportunities.
"KARLAN, LEVI, O'CONNER, ROCK NAMED AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS & SCIENCES FELLOWS"
Professor Pam Karlan, David Frank Levi '80, Sandra Day O'Connor '52, and Arthur Rock have been named new law fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, an independent policy research center that conducts multidisciplinary studies of complex and emerging problems.
Rhode: "MIDLIFE CRISIS FOR TITLE IX"
"The San Francisco Chronicle" featured an op-ed piece by Professor Deborah Rhode about the landmark gender equity law passed in 1972.
Victor: "HOT AIR IS NOT ENOUGH"
Professor David Victor wrote a column for "Newsweek" about the geopolitics of global warming.
STANFORD LAW SCHOOL ALUMNI WEEKEND 2007
Thursday through Sunday, October 11 through 14, 2007, Crown Quadrangle, Stanford Law School
Stanford Law School Alumni Weekend 2007 will be Thursday, October 11th to Sunday, October 14th. Special Reunion events will be held for the classes of 1952, 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, & 2002. All alumni and guest are welcome to join in the festivities.
Let your classmates know you're planning on attending by clicking the following link: Likely to Attend. We'll see you there!
THE STANFORD LAW SOCIETY OF LOS ANGELES & THE YALE LAW ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
July 25, 2007, 6:30 p.m, The Veranda Bar in the Figueroa Hotel, 939 S. Figueroa Street, Los Angeles
We hope that you will join us for a gathering of Stanford Law School and Yale Law School alumni and students. It will be a great opportunity to reconnect with familiar faces and meet new people who live in the Los Angeles area. Starter appetizers will be provided. Cash bar.
If you are interested and likely to attend, please reply by Friday, July 20th. We will follow-up to confirm with you closer to the actual date. RSVP with your name and the names of any guests to Alumni Relations at 650 723.2730 or email@example.com.
Share Your Legal Skills with a Young Apprentice
Several Stanford Law students have recently begun volunteering with Spark, a non-profit youth apprenticeship program, and more volunteers are needed. Spark matches middle-school youth in nearby Redwood City, CA, with apprenticeships in fields of their choice. Students have learned to fly planes, worked alongside surgeons, and have explored a variety of other professions with a mix of job-shadowing and mentoring. Students graduate with greater confidence, more motivation for their education, and valuable connections to supportive adults in their community.
The legal profession is always a popular choice among Spark students, and while several have apprenticed with local lawyers, Spark needs more volunteers. If you're interested in the opportunity to mentor a motivated young person and introduce them to your field, please contact Spark's Co-Director, Chris Balme, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415 626.5470. By sharing your interest in law, you'll help a student gain the confidence, skills and support needed for their personal and academic success.
MAKE A GIFT TO STANFORD LAW SCHOOL ONLINE
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