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How to Run for Public Office

Stanford Law students and alumni recently participated in a boot camp featuring “how to” sessions on the nuts and bolts of campaigning, including everything from creating a campaign budget to recruiting volunteers.

The Big City, Rural Town Divide

Professor Michelle Wilde Anderson discusses power divisions between state and local governments in this WBUR On Point program “Can American Cities Go Their Own Way?” (begins: 00:18:41)

Neil Gorsuch: An Eloquent


Professor Michael W. McConnell weighs in on the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court of the United States, sharing his first-hand experience of serving with him on the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.

A New Legal Satire

Professor Paul Goldstein discusses his new novel, Legal Asylum, with ABA Journal.

Innovation and the Law

This Stanford Lawyer magazine feature explores how IP and Net Neutrality encourage innovation and grease the wheels of invention and creativity in the U.S. and global economies.
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Upcoming Events @ SLS

February 27: Critical Resistance Police Abolition Workshop
February 28: Public Defender to Charter Educator
March 1: Artificial Intelligence: Think Again
March 3: Regulating Disruption: Responding to Emerging Technologies
March 6: Race, Policing, and Public Health Symposium
March 8: Internet, Social Media, and the First Amendment: Whose Rights and What Kind?
April 6: CodeX FutureLaw Conference 2017
June 12: 14th Annual Stanford ECommerce Best Practices Conference
June 25-27: Directors' College 2017
October 12-15: Alumni Weekend 2017

Access full event calendar here.

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