“LAW SCHOOL PLANS TO SWITCH TO QUARTER SYSTEM”
Dean Larry Kramer is quoted in a “Stanford Daily” article about the law school's switch to the quarter system.
“FINANCIAL CRISIS PROVIDES FERTILE GROUND FOR BOOM IN LAWSUITS”
“The New York Times” quotes Professor Joseph A. Grundfest in a story about securities lawsuits arising from the financial crisis. [Subscription or payment may be required.]
“GENOME DATABASE WILL LINK GENES, TRAITS IN PUBLIC VIEW”
The “Washington Post” quotes Professor Hank Greely on the development of a public database that will link individuals' genes to diseases. [Registration may be required.]
“LAWRENCE LESSIG: DE-CRIMINALIZING THE REMIX”
“Time” reviews Professor Lawrence Lessig's new book Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy.
“BRAVE NEW FILMS GOES BIG, BRAVELY FILES SUIT AGAINST RADIO HOST”
Fair Use Project Executive Director Anthony Falzone is mentioned in a “Wall Street Journal Law Blog” post about the FUP's representation of Brave New Films in a suit against talk radio host Michael Savage [Subscription may be required.]
“COOKING THE CARBON BOOKS”
Michael Wara is quoted in a “Forbes” report on carbon emissions.
“FEDERAL REGULATORS EXPEDITE WELLS-WACHOVIA DEAL”
The “San Francisco Chronicle” quotes Professor Kenneth Scott in a story about the Wells Fargo takeover of Wachovia bank.
“JUSTICES WEIGH VALUE OF A RULE THAT LIMITS EVIDENCE” Professor Pamela S. Karlan's oral argument in Herring v. United States, a case that went before Supreme Court on October 7, is cited in a “New York Times” story. [Subscription or payment may be required.]
“BARACK OBAMA: THE PRESENT IS PROLOGUE” Professor Kathleen M. Sullivan is mentioned in “The Wall Street Journal” as one of Barack Obama's potential Supreme Court nominees if he were to be elected President. [Subscription may be required.]
“BAY AREA BRAIN TRUST”
Professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar, who advises Barack Obama on immigration, is featured in a “San Jose Mercury News” article about Bay Area leaders advising presidential campaigns.
“HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS SUE TO STOP DISTRIBUTION OF DVD-COPYING SOFTWARE”
The “Los Angeles Times” quotes Professor Mark A. Lemley on the filing of a lawsuit by six major Hollywood studios against RealNetworks over the use of new DVD-copying software.
LESSIG: “COPYRIGHT AND POLITICS DON'T MIX” AND “WHY THE BANKS ALL FELL DOWN”
Professor Lawrence Lessig criticizes the application of copyright laws to election coverage in a “New York Times” op-ed and discusses the roots of the financial ciris in a “Newsweek” column.
AMERICA AND EUROPE AFTER BUSH
Monday, November 17, 2008, Stanford Law School, Room 290
José María Aznar served as prime minister of Spain from 1996-2004, when he retired from office. Mr. Aznar has been called the “man who returned Spain to the forefront of the world stage.” As Spain's head of government, Mr. Aznar tackled issues ranging from the economy to immigration to domestic and international terrorism. His government strongly supported the United States in the War on Terror and sent troops to both Afghanistan and Iraq.
This event is open only to the Stanford Law School Community. If you have any questions please contact Lauren Weinstein at email@example.com.
NEUROIMAGING, PAIN, AND THE LAW
December 4, 2008, Stanford Law School
The Center for Law and the Biosciences will host a day-long, interdisciplinary conference on Neuroimaging, Pain, and the Law. Leading researchers in their respective fields will discuss the current state of the science, the applicability of the science to the law, and the scope of the legal issues and potential impact.
For more information contact Emily Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STANFORD LAW SOCIETY OF SEATTLE
Tuesday, November 11, 2008, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., The Home of Kim and Alex Alben ’84 (BA ’80)
Ever wonder which wines work best with a Thanksgiving meal? Want to impress your friends and colleagues by bringing the perfect bottle of wine to their home?
The Law Society of Seattle invites you to a wine tasting and food pairing event at the home of Kim and Alex Alben. Join Larry Stapleton, Vintner from Walla Walla's Five Zero Nine Wine Company, for a tasting and lecture on enology and have him answer all of your viticulture questions!
This will be a great opportunity to meet recent law graduates and plan SLS events for 2009!
To RSVP for this event or for questions please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650 723.2730 or email@example.com.
STANFORD LAW SCHOOL WASHINGTON DC Thursday, December 4, 2008, 6:30 p.m., The Hotel George, 15 E Street NW, Washington, DC
Stanford Law School cordially invites you to join us for a reception and program celebrating the Miles and Nancy Rubin Loan Repayment Assistance Program.
Featuring a conversation with Jonathan Blazer, Public Benefits Policy Attorney at National Immigration Law Center and Jayashri Srikantiah, Associate Professor of Law at Stanford Law School.
Kindly respond by December 1 to 650 723.2730 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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