The William H. Neukom Building Dedication at Stanford Law School
The Stanford Law School Community is invited to the William H. Neukom Building Dedication at Stanford Law School on May 20. More »
Clean Energy: DC 2 VC – White House Policy Meets Silicon Valley Technology and Investment
On March 25, 2011, the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, a joint initiative of Stanford Law School and the Graduate School of Business, hosted a public discussion called “Clean Energy: DC 2 VC” with senior U.S. government energy and technology officials to inform entrepreneurs, investors and researchers about the Obama administration’s policies, programs and initiatives to support clean energy innovation and entrepreneurship.
Click here to watch a video from the event and to learn more about the center »
The Daniel Webster Congressional Clerkship Initiative
On April 5, 2011, Stanford Law School and Georgetown University Law Center co-led an academic conference at Georgetown to spur the creation of a legislative law clerk program in Congress. More »
Center for Internet and Society Welcomes Andrew McLaughlin
Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society welcomes Andrew McLaughlin as its non-residential fellow. McLaughlin will be teaching Freedom of Speech in a Digitally Interconnected World in the fall.
McLaughlin brings a wealth of expertise to the position—most recently as deputy chief technology officer of the United States in the Obama White House. He was also director of global public policy at Google, vice president and chief policy officer at Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), senior fellow at the Berkman Center, and a member of the litigation team that successfully challenged the Communications Decency Act before the Supreme Court in 1997.
In February, McLaughlin took part in the CIS speaker series “How to Get a Job in Tech Policy.” View the full video on SLSConnect »
The 8th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference
The 8th Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference will take place on June 24, 2011, at Stanford Law School. This year’s program will cover a wide array of current issues facing the e-commerce industry and will feature a roundtable of general counsels from leading e-commerce companies. Register now »
Events at Stanford Law School
- The William H. Neukom Building Dedication at Stanford Law School—May 20, 2011
- Black Alumni Association 3L Dinner—May 25, 2011
Please go to the SLS website to see all upcoming SLS events.