“OBAMA ADMINISTRATION MAY BRING IDEOLOGICAL SHIFT TO FEDERAL COURTS”
Judy Woodruff of "Newshour with Jim Lehrer" interviews Professor Pamela S. Karlan about judicial appointments in an Obama administration.
“MADOFF WAS MAGNET FOR SOME, NOT ALL, INVESTORS”
Professor Joseph Grundfest interviewed for NPR's "All Things Considered" regarding Madoff scheme.
“LIVING THE OFF-LABEL LIFE”
Professor Hank Greely is quoted in a New York Times story about the use of cognitive-enhancing drugs by healthy people.
“THE ECONOMIST DEBATES: CARBON OFFSETS”
Professor Michael Wara debates carbon offsets in The Economist.
“CHEVRON CLEARED IN HUMAN RIGHTS LAWSUIT”
Professor Allen Weiner discusses the case Botowo v. Chevron Corp. on KQED's "California Report."
“100 NOTABLE BOOKS OF 2008”
Professor Richard Thompson Ford's The Race Card named one of Slate's top books in 2008.
“LAWRENCE LESSIG'S 'REMIX' FOR THE HYBRID ECONOMY”
Professor Lawrence Lessig discusses his book Remix on NPR's "Fresh Air."
“STANFORD LAW SCHOOL LAUNCHES ONLINE IP CLEARINGHOUSE”
National Law Journal features Professor Mark Lemley and Executive Director Joshua Walker on launch of IP Litigation Clearinghouse.
“BUILDING A BETTER LEGAL PROFESSION”
Professor Michele Landis Dauber quoted in San Francisco Attorney cover story on Building A Better Legal Profession.
RHODE: “WE MUST DO BETTER”
VICTOR: “THE NEW GREENS LIKE IT BIG”
CENTER ON THE LEGAL PROFESSION - INAUGURAL LECTURE: ARIC PRESS
January 29, 2009, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Stanford Law School
Aric Press, Editor in Chief of The American Lawyer, will discuss topics including the possibilities for significant change in the large law firm world.
MCLE Credits Available (tentive). For more information or to register for this event please contact Dena Evans or Amanda Packel at 650.736.9770 or email@example.com.
LAWRENCE LESSIG'S REMIX BOOK READING AND DISCUSSION
Tuesday, February 10, 2009, 12:45 p.m. to 2:00 p.m., Robert Crown Law Library
Join us for a reading and discussion with the author of Remix: Making Art and Commerce Thrive in the Hybrid Economy, Lawrence Lessig, C. Wendell and Edith M. Carlsmith Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. Co-hosted by Robert Crown Law Library and Stanford Law & Technology Association (SLATA). This event is part of the Robert Crown Law Library's Reference Lounge Readings series. Copies of Remix will be available for purchase and home-baked sweets will be served.
GLOBAL SOCIAL JUSTICE LAWYERING
February 20, 2009 - February 21, 2009, Stanford Law School
Kyong-Whan Ahn, Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission of Korea, will be the keynote speaker at the 11th Annual Trina Grillo Public Interest and Social Justice Law Retreat. Symposium topics include:
For more information please contact Susan Feathers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration for the symposium closes at 5:00 p.m. (PST) on February 13, 2009.
LEGAL MATTERS LUNCH @ THE PALM
Saturday, January 24th, 11:30 a.m., The Palm Restaurant, 1100 South Flower Street, Los Angeles
Join SLS faculty for a private lunch at The Palm Restaurant before they (and you!) head over to Stanford's not-to-be-missed event: Leading Matters Los Angeles. Registered guests for Leading Matters Los Angeles may attend the SLS Lunch @ The Palm for free. Tickets for those who aren't registered for Leading Matters Los Angeles are $45 per person or $35 for graduates from the Classes of 1998-2008.
Registration for this event is required and space is limited. For questions, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650.723.2730 or email@example.com. To register for the lunch visit the registration website.
To learn more and register for Leading Matters Los Angeles visit the Leading Matters website.
CAN CLEANTECH SAVE THE ECONOMY WHILE SAVING THE PLANET?
Friday, February 27th, 6:00 p.m., California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco
Join Professor Barton H. “Buzz” Thompson, Jr. ’73, MBA ’75, JD ’76, Paradise Professor of Natural Resources Law and McCarty Director of the Woods Institute for the Environment, for this special evening at the world-renowned California Academy of Sciences.
Professor Thompson will moderate a panel comprising of alumni and faculty from across Stanford University who will represent the different ways in which our graduate schools of law, business, engineering and earth sciences are approaching Clean Technology—and how their combined efforts may help save the economy while saving the planet.
Registration for this event is required and space is limited. Tickets are $45 per person or $35 for graduates from the Classes of 1998-2008. For questions, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 650.723.2730 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To register visit the registration website.
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