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New Sustainable Finance Initiative for Climate

Professor Thomas Heller and Alicia Seiger are leading Stanford's new Sustainable Finance Initiative that will fund research to develop the tools needed for the transition to a decarbonized and climate-resilient global economy.

Public Database on Corruption

The Rock Center for Corporate Governance and Sullivan & Cromwell LLP launched a newly-expanded Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Clearinghouse, the nation’s premier public database tracking Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement activity.

New Episodes of Stanford Legal

This week, Stanford Legal with Pam Karlan and Joe Bankman includes interviews with alumna Kathryne Young, author of How to Be (Sort of) Happy in Law School, and Wall Street Journal investigative reporter John Carreyrou, author of Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup.

Upcoming Events @ SLS

October 18: Trade Wars, Tariffs, FIRRMA, and CFIUS: Your Top Questions Answered
October 18: Federalist Society: James C. Ho on His Path to the Bench
October 24: Future Politics: Living Together in a World Transformed by Tech
October 24: Mandating Boardroom Gender Diversity: The Impact of California’s SB 826
October 24: Investigating the President: From Ulysses S. Grant to Donald Trump
October 24: Federalist Society: 51 Imperfect Solutions – States and the Making of American Constitutional Law
October 25-28: Alumni Weekend
October 26: Discussion with Dahlia Lithwick on the Court After Kennedy
October 30: Federalist Society: A Debate on Proposition 10
October 30: Introducing the Stanford Computational Policy Lab
October 31: Law and the Necrosciences Lunch
October 31: Lawrence Bobo Lecture: Social Science of Identity and Prejudice
November 1: Public Interest Careers in Law, Policy, and Technology
Apr 4: CodeX FutureLaw 2019

Access full event calendar here.

125th Anniversary

  • What stands out to you as a quintessential SLS moment? Click here to share your favorite SLS moments, memories, and impressions.
  • Check out the SLS 125 video.

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