Posts for January, 2013

Inaugural Religious Liberty Clinic Panel Discussion

January 31, 2013

On January 14th, 2013, Stanford Law School’s Religious Liberty Clinic, along with the Becket Fund, hosted a panel discussion on the future of religious liberty.

CLC Students Appear in Court on Behalf of Client Facing Eviction

January 31, 2013

Congrats to Stanford Law students Kristen Bell  (’13) and Angela McCray (’14) who made the Community Law Clinic’s first  court appearance of the quarter!  They appeared on behalf of a  low-income tenant in an eviction case and filed a Motion to  Quash the summons on the basis of a fatal [...]

A Clinic’s Place in the Supreme Court Bar (from the latest issue of the Stanford Law Review)

January 31, 2013

The past several years have witnessed the emergence of a new phenomenon: clinics in law schools that litigate cases in the Supreme Court. Although some commentators have written about the pedagogical goals and benefits of such clinics, no one yet has written about their public interest mission. This Article takes [...]