The "New Republic's" Jeffrey Rosen quoted Dean Larry Kramer in a piece about the Supreme Court.
"JUDICIAL CONFERENCE CONSIDERS EXECUTIVE POWERS"
The "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" reported on Professor and Former Dean Kathleen Sullivan's comments on executive authority during a panel discussion at the 2008 Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference.
"TRUTH OR DARE"
Professor Michael Klausner is quoted in a "Forbes" article about the self-fulfilling nature of truth-telling in banking.
"LOUISIANA ASKS COURT TO REVISIT RAPE LAWS"
Professor Jeffrey Fisher is quoted in a "New York Times" story about perceived shortcomings of a recent Supreme Court decision. [Subscription or payment may be reqired.]
"U.N. WARMING PROGRAM DRAWS FIRE"
Assistant Professor Michael Wara is quoted in a "Wall Street Journal" article about a U.N. carbon trading program. [Subcription may be required.]
"MOM FIGHTS MUSIC GIANT"
The "San Jose Mercury News" quotes Professor Mark Lemley in a article about a YouTube takedown case involving a woman whose video of her toddler had a Prince song in the background. [Registration may be required.]
"COPYING ISSUE RAISES HURDLE FOR BUSH PICK"
"Reuters" reports on new Rock Center for Corporate Governance research about the reliability of commercial governance ratings. Professor Robert Daines, who co-authored the study with GSB Professor Dave Larcker, is quoted.
"OBAMA AND MCCAIN"
Professor Richard Thompson Ford is interviewed by "CNN's" Lou Dobbs in a segment about the statistical dead heat between Senators McCain and Obama.
"JOURNALIST DETAINED FOR REPORTING"
The International Human Rights Clinic and its director, Visiting Professor Barbara Olshansky, is the subject of a "San Francisco Chronicle" commentary about a detained Afghan journalist.
"BOOKS WE LIKE: PAUL GOLDSTEIN'S PATENTLY THRILLING LEGAL DRAMA"
Professor Paul Goldstein's book, A Patent Lie, is reviewed on "NPR's" All Things Considered.
VICTOR: "PUTTING RICH FARMERS FIRST"
Professor David Victor wrote a column on the impact of high food prices on government subsidies for "Newsweek."
ALUMNI WEEKEND 2008
Friday-Sunday, October 10 to 12, 2008, Stanford Law School
Mark your calendars for Friday-Sunday, October 10 to 12, 2008 for a weekend of informative panels, classes without quizzes, and fun special events. This year we will be honoring the Classes of 1953, 1958, 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, and 2003 with reunion specific events.
For more information please visit the alumni weekend website or contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650 723.2730 or firstname.lastname@example.org
STANFORD LAW SOCIETY OF SAN FRANCISCO
Thursday, August 14, 2008, 5:00-7:00 p.m., Sens Restaurant, 4 Embarcadero Center, Promenade Level, San Francisco
Join us for a happy hour with graduates of Harvard, Yale, Columbia and NYU law schools. The first drink is free and sponsored by Lateral Link. All are welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP.
STANFORD LAW SOCIETY OF SEATTLE
Tuesday, September 9, 2008, 6:30 p.m, Seattle Mariners, Safeco Field, 1250 First Avenue South, Seattle
SLS Group Suite opens at 6:30 p.m., Game begins at 7:10 p.m.
Alex Alben '84, Chuck Armstrong '67, Ken Diamond '86 and the Seattle Law Society invite you to enjoy a group suite during the Seattle Mariners vs. Texas Rangers ball game. Tickets are $20 per guest and space is limited. For questions contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650.723.2730 or email@example.com. Please register for this event at by September 2.
AN EVENING WITH STANFORD LAW SCHOOL IN LOS ANGELES
Thursday, September 11, 2008, 6:00 p.m., Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles
Join us for this special evening with Stanford Law School highlighting its commitment to the role of law in international relations. United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, will be accepting the Jackson H. Ralston prize in International Law and both she and a group of distinguished panelists including Warren Christopher '49, former U.S. Secretary of State and Larry Diamond, senior fellow at The Hoover Institution will speak to "The Art of Diplomacy."
Registration for this event is required and space is limited. Tickets are $45 per person or $35 for graduates of the Classes of 1998-2008. Please register by September 3 for this extraordinary event! For questions, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650.723.2730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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