"LITTLE WARMING ON EMISSIONS ACCORDS"
"NPR Marketplace" interviews Professor David Victor for a segment about the U.N. General Assembly on climate change.
"SUPREME COURT TO HEAR CASE ON VOTER ID LAW"
Professor Pam Karlan is quoted in a "New York Times" story about the Supreme Court considering the constitutionality of voter-identification laws. [Subscription or payment required]
"SEVERAL SCHOOLS ADJUST THEIR CURRICULUMS"
Dean Larry Kramer is quoted about Stanford Law School's curricular reform in "The National Law Journal."
"SETTLEMENT CREATES STATE-LEVEL UNIQUE CLASS FOR DEAF CHILDREN"
Professor William Koski, Stanford Law's Youth and Education Law Project, and Stanford alum William Abrams are featured in a "Daily Journal" article describing the settlement they reached with the California School for the Deaf. [Subscription Required]
"EVEN IN A VIRTUAL WORLD, 'STUFF' MATTERS"
Lecturer in Law and Executive Director of the Program in Law, Economics & Business Dan Siciliano is quoted in a "New York Times" piece describing how the virtual world mirrors the real world. [Subscription or payment required]
"STANFORD LAW PROF WANTS SOCIETY TO CLEAN UP ITS ACT"
Professor Lawrence Lessig is interviewed in "The San Jose Mercury News" about his new focus on political corruption. [Registration may be required]
"DISNEY TOLERATES A RAP PARODY OF ITS CRITTERS. BUT WHY?"
"The New York Times" quotes Lecturer in Law and Executive Director of the Fair Use Project Anthony Falzone in a story about Disney's stance on Internet "mash-ups" that use the company's characters. [Subscription or payment may be required]
"ATTORNEY SEEKS TO OVERTURN HSU'S FRAUD CONVICTION"
Professor Robert Weisberg, Director of the Criminal Justice Center, is quoted by the "San Jose Mercury News" about whether attorneys for Norman Hsu are likely to succeed in dismissing his 1992 fraud conviction. [Registration may be required.]
"NEW LAW SCHOOL COURSE APPEALS TO ALL: COURSE TEACHES GRADUATE STUDENTS IN ALL FIELDS HOW TO THINK LIKE A LAWYER"
The "Stanford Daily" quotes Dean Larry Kramer, Vice Dean and Professor Mark Kelman, Professor Pam Karlan, and Professor Bob Weisberg in an article about a course SLS is piloting for graduate students.
FORD: "THE WRONG POSTER CHILDREN: WHY THE JENA 6 PROTESTS HAVE GONE AWRY"
Professor Richard Thompson Ford wrote a guest column in "Slate" about demonstrations against the arrest and trial of six African-American teenagers in Jena, La.
"HOW TO RUN A PRIVATE EQUITY FIRM" WARREN HELLMAN ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND BEST PRACTICES IN PRIVATE EQUITY
Wednesday, October 10, 2007 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m., Room 290, Stanford Law School
Please join us as Warren Hellman explores corporate governance and best practices in private equity. Hellman is chairman and co-founder of Hellman & Friedman, a San Francisco-based private equity investment firm. Since its founding in 1984, it has raised and managed approximately $16 billion of committed capital with a strategy to be a partner to management in select industries.
Seating is limited so please register online at rockcenter.stanford.edu/hellman. If you have any questions about the event please contact the Rock Center at 650 736.2267
STANFORD LAW SCHOOL ALUMNI WEEKEND 2007
Thursday through Sunday, October 11—14, 2007, Crown Quadrangle, Stanford Law School
Join us for informative panels, Classes Without Quizzes, an All-Alumni Reception, Tailgate Party, and other fun events. Special Reunion events will be held for the classes of 1952, 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, & 2002.
All alumni and guests are welcome to join in the festivities. Please visit www.law.stanford.edu/alumniweekend for a schedule of events.
REGISTRATION CLOSES on Friday, October 5th at 5:00 p.m. PST. To register online please go to: pgnet.stanford.edu/goto/event3210reg.
THE ART AND ETHICS OF THE INTERNAL INVESTIGATION
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m., Room 290, Stanford Law School
Professor Joseph Grundfest and Professor Deborah Rhode will participate on a panel which will explore a series of difficult legal, ethical and strategic issues that commonly arise in connection with the conduct of such inquiries, including questions of privilege, independence, cooperation with governmental authorities, and warnings to employees subject to interview.
MLCE Credit is available. If you have any questions about the event please contact the Rock Center at 650 736.2267.
RECEPTION FOR ALUMNI AND STUDENTS OF COLOR
Friday, October 12, 2007 at 5:00 p.m., Manning Faculty Lounge, Stanford Law School
This is a great opportunity for students and alumni to mingle at an informal reception during Alumni Weekend. This reception is co-sponsored by SLSAPAAA, SLSBAA, SLSLAA, APILSA, BLSA, NALSA, and SLLSA.
To RSVP or for further information, please call 650 723.2730 or send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MAKE A GIFT TO STANFORD LAW SCHOOL ONLINE
You may make a gift online or by calling 650 736.1238.
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