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90 Spring 2014 – Issue 90
Law and Policy Lab
Student Entrepreneurs
Jonathan Greenberger: Behind This Week
89 Fall 2013 – Issue 89
For the Love of the Game
Immigrants Behind Bars
Discussing Ethical and Professional Values
88 Spring 2013 – Issue 88
Law and Business in Emerging Markets
The Transformation of Law Through Technology
Challenges in Derivatives Market
87 Fall 2012 – Issue 87
Meet New Dean Liz Magill
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Discusses
Law and Politics with Her Counselor and Chief
of Staff Cheryl Mills, JD’90
86 Spring 2012 – Issue 86
The New JD
Law, Innovation, and Silicon Valley
85 Fall 2011 – Issue 85
Your Privacy at Risk
Congressman Becerra Q&A with Professor Cuéllar on Government Service, Politics, and the Super Committee
84 Spring 2011 – Issue 84
Getting to Green
The Write Stuff
Peter Thiel on Innovation, Entrepreneurialism, and Law
83 Fall 2010 – Issue 83
Saving the Criminal Justice System
INTERPOL SG Ronald Nobel ’82 on International Cooperation and Security
82 Spring 2010 – Issue 82
GCs in DC: Counsel to Government
The Empiricists
Q&A with PattiSue Plumer ’89 and U.S. Olympic Committee CEO Scott Blackmun ’82
81 Fall 2009 – Issue 81
Q&A with Deputy Secretary of Interior David Hayes ’78
Profile of Ambassador John Roos ’80
Neuroscience and the Law
80 Spring 2009 – Issue 80
Charles Munger on the Economic Crisis
Profile of Jeff and Anne Bingaman
The Future of Legal Practice
79Cover Fall 2008 – Issue 79
Global Supply Chain- Can Laws Keep Us Safe
Dahlia Lithwick ’96 on the Supreme Court
Profile of California Chief Justice Ronald George ’64
78Cover Spring 2008 – Issue 78
Lawrence Lessig on Political Corruption
Justice O’Connor on Judicial Independence
Judge Hufstedler ’49: Trail-blazing in Law
77Cover Fall 2007 – Issue 77
Carol Lam on Life After the DOJ
ReputationDefender: A 1L Makes Time for a Startup
Today’s Changing Business of Law
76Cover Spring 2007 – Issue 76
Levin Center Launched
California’s Stem Cell Initiative
David Victor on Global Warming
Public Service Profession
75Cover Fall 2006 – Issue 75
Legal Practice in the Emerging Power of China
National Security at What Cost?
International Perspective
Building for the Future
74Cover Winter 2006 – Issue 74
Advancing International Criminal Law
Exposing Guantanamo Abuses
Buzz Thompson ’76 on the Environment
Carlos Watson ’95: From Silicon Valley to CNN
73Cover Fall 2005 – Issue 73
Technology’s Field Generals
Reforming Iran
Faculty Changing the World
72Cover Spring 2005 – Issue 72
Larry Marshall and Clinical Education
Why Some CEOs are Overpaid
Google’s Dirty Little Secret
One-On-One with William Rehnquist ’52
71Cover Winter 2005 – Issue 71
Exposing Tax Shelters
Rethinking Directors’ Liability
Nuclear Proliferation
Unequal Justice
70cover Fall 2004 – Issue 70
New Dean Larry Kramer
Supreme Court Clinic Three for Three
Rick West ’71 Blazing Trails
69Cover Summer 2004 – Issue 69
White House Insider Bolten ’80
Rumsfeld v Padilla 
Dean Sullivan Sprinting all the Way
68Cover Spring 2004 – Issue 68
Taking the ACLU into the Limelight
Brown, 50 Years Later
Alumni Weekend 2003
67Cover Fall 2003 – Issue 67
The Ocean’s Buffalos?
Charity Begins at School
When Time Isn’t Money
66Cover Summer 2003 – Issue 66
A Litigator for Troubled Times
Affirmative Action: Looking Forward
Some Rights Reserved
A Tort Story
65Cover Spring 2003 – Issue 65
New Zealand’s Honorable Dame Sian Elias
Stanford Community Law Clinic
Compelling Evidence
64Cover Fall 2002 – Issue 64
Has Copyright Gone too Far?
Intellectual Property Rights
Friedman on American Law in the Twentieth Century
63Cover Summer 2002 – Issue 63
Human Rights Watch dispatches Bouckaert ’97
Woman Leadership at Stanford Law School
Gould on Serving Uncle Same
62Cover Spring 2002 – Issue 62
The World’s Top Cop
Supreme Cartoons
Cyberspace and Creative Potential
61Cover Fall 2001 – Issue 61
Practicing Law in the Future
21st Century Learning Environment
Honorable Bruce Babbitt on the Environment
60Cover Summer 2001 – Issue 60
Copyright, Fair Use, and Intellectual Property in Cyberspace
Election Review
Students Travel to Global Warming Summit
59Cover Fall 2000 – Issue 59
Executive Education Programs
Paul Cassell’s on the Miranda Rule
Jenick Radon ’71: The Nation Builder
58Cover Summer 2000 – Issue 58
Life in the Big Leagues: Seattle’s Mariners President Armstrong ’67
Shaking the Foundations Conference
Diplomacy
57Cover Spring 2000 – Issue 57
Taking Care of High tech
Law and Bioscience
Patents and Food Supply
56Cover Fall 1999 – Issue 56
Dean Kathleen Sullivan
Information Sharing Online
Donohue on Links Between Abortion and Crime Rates
55Cover Summer 1999 – Issue 55
Daughter of a Soldier: Cheryl Mills
Sullivan’s Appointment to Dean
Legacy of Antitrust Legend
Anti-gay Policy and Service
54Cover Fall 1998/Winter 1999 – Issue 54
The New Wave of Stanford Faculty
Brest’s Legacy
Professors Shed Light on Critical Issues
53Cover Summer 1998 – Issue 53
President Casper on the Struggles in Washington
Law in Cyberspace
Law Faculty in Policy Debates
52Cover Spring 1998 – Issue 52
Juries on Trial
Why Professors Should Write
Rhode on Status of Women
51Cover Fall 1997 – Issue 51
Professor Bankman on Tax Reform
Classmates & Sidebars
Baxter Honored in Washington
50Cover Fall 1996 – Issue 50
International Legal Studies
Affirmative Action: Pro and Con
Very Personal Property
Warren Christopher on Green Diplomacy
49Cover Spring 1996 – Issue 49
Michael Wald on Government
Designing the Curriculum
Alumni Survey Results
Professors and Public Service
48Cover Fall 1995 – Issue 48
Educating Lawyers
Amending the Constitution
Updating Miranda
Celebration ’95
47Cover Fall 1994 – Issue 47
Crime in America
Teaching Ethics
The Pursuit of Knowledge
Tribute to Philosopher-president Havel
46Cover Fall 1993 – Issue 46
Kathleen Sullivan
An Osborne Reverie
Learning How to Lawyer
The Making of a Law School
45Cover Fall 1992 – Issue 45
Water as a Special Case
Performance Pay?
Death and Justice
Gorbachev on the Rule of Law
44Cover Fall 1991 – Issue 44
Justice Sandra O’Connor
Our Eminent First Professor
Dean Carl B. Spaeth
Copyright in the Information Age
43Cover Fall 1990 – Issue 43
Inside Poland
The Changing World of Law
Board of Visitors
Tort Law
42Cover Spring 1990 – Issue 42
Lawyering Skills
Hispanic Graduates
Good Speech Bad Speech Debate
41Cover Spring/Summer 1989 – Issue 41
Women in Law Firms
The Constitution and Race
Board of Visitors
Beyond Litigation
40Cover Fall 1988 – Issue 40
Banks in Trouble
Abortion and the Law
Board of Visitors
High Tech
39Cover Fall 1988 – Issue 39
Law and Business
Children and the Law
Critical Legal Studies
Black Grads
38Cover Fall 1987 – Issue 38
New Dean Interview
Men’s Clubs and Values
Racial Perspective on the Constitution
37Cover Spring 1987 – Issue 37
Nonverbal Behavior
Volunteer Attorneys
Ranchers and Lawyers
TV and Politics
36Cover Fall 1986 – Issue 36
Justice Rehnquist ’52
Early Women in Law
Jury Neutrality
Career Alternatives
35Cover Spring 1986 – Issue 35
Community Law Project
Friedman on Total Justice
Child Advocacy
Warren Christopher, Award of Merit
34Cover Fall 1985 – Issue 34
Soblen Trials
Toxic Waste
Law Fund Annual report
Board of Visitors
33Cover Spring 1985 – Issue 33
“Right to Die”
Libel Law & the Media
McCloskey
Alumni/ae Weekend
32Cover Fall 1984 – Issue 32
Frank Church 1924-1984
Profit Sharing
Recycling Electrical Utilities
Unjust Dismissal
31Cover Spring 1984 – Issue 31
Defending the Guilty
Antitrust
Land Use Controls
Peace Moves
30Cover Fall 1983 – Issue 30
Thrift Institutions in a Changing World
Creative Retirement
Prison Labor
29Cover Winter 1982/1983 – Issue 29
John Hart Ely: An Interview with the New Dean
Computer Matching
Paul Goldstein on Publicity
28Cover Spring/Summer 1982 – Issue 28
John Ely on Democracy and Judicial Review
Thomas Jackson on Bankruptcy Policy
Expunging Criminal Records
27Cover Fall/Winter 1981 – Issue 27
Kaplan on Gun Prohibition
Rosencranz on Air Pollution
O’Connor on Precedents
26Cover Spring/Summer 1981 – Issue 26
Interview with Charles Meyers
Child Custody Disputes
Home v. Public Education
25Cover Fall/Winter 1980 – Issue 25
Law & Computers
Educating a Jury
Polinsky on Law & Economics: A Progress Report
24Cover Winter/Spring 1979/1980 – Issue 24
Stanford Lawyers Abroad
Environmental Law Society on Second Decade
The United States and Energy
Environmental Mediation
23Cover Spring/Summer 1979 – Issue 23
Legal Services for the Handicapped
Devitt Committee Recommendations
Paul Brest on his Teaching
22Cover Fall/Winter 1978 – Issue 22
Babcock on The Role of Government Lawyers
Gunther’s Reflections on a Relationship with Germany
How One Man Beat the Computer
21Cover Spring 1978 – Issue 21
Black Unions in South Africa
The Stanford Law Library
Arms Control
20Cover Fall 1977 – Issue 20
Brainwashing and Criminal Liability
Energy Decision-Making and the Judicial Role
Beorge Osborne and The Stanford Law School
19Cover Spring 1977 – Issue 19
Paul Brest on Preferential Admissions after Bakke
Alumni Reflections on Being a Lawyer
Placement: The Delicate Art of Getting Where You Want To Go
18Cover Fall 1976 – Issue 18
Lawrence Friedman’s Thoughts on History of American Law
Unalienable Rights in Constitutional Law
Framing and Implementing Elements of the Constitution
17Cover Fall 1975 – Issue 17
Celebration of Crown Quadrangle
Interview with Dean Ehrlich
Address to the Stanford Law School by President Gerald R. Ford
16Cover Winter 1975 – Issue 16
Tribute to Marion Kirkwood
Faculty Closeup of William Cohen
Athletic Attorneys
Chesterfield Smith on Lawyer Responsibility
15Cover Summer 1974 – Issue 15
Conversations with Earl Warren
Moral Education of Lawyers
School News
14Cover Winter 1973/1974 – Issue 14
Water Law at Stanford
Sex-Role Equality
Law Alumni Assembly
13Cover Summer 1973 – Issue 13
Nathan Abbott
Justice Rehnquist Visits School
Reunion Dinners
12Cover Winter 1972/1973 – Issue 12
Griswold as ABA Dinner Speaker
Women Lawyers
A Building for the Stanford Law School
11Cover Spring 1972 Supplement – Issue 11
Responses to the Board of Visitors
Survey of the Stanford Law School Alumni
10Cover Spring 1972 – Issue 10
Stanford Law School Supreme Court Clerks
The Writing of Supreme Court History by Gerald Gunther
9Cover Fall 1971 – Issue 9
Rehnquist Named to Supreme Court
Mann is “Man in the News”
Ernest McFarland Honored
8Cover Summer 1971 – Issue 8
Commencement- 1971
Faculty Notes
Class Notes
7cover Spring 1971 – Issue 7
Thomas Ehrlich, School’s Seventh Dean
Manning Named CFR President
Deans’ Gallery Completed
6cover Fall 1970 – Issue 6
Environmental Law at Stanford
John Bingham Hurlbut
Remarks by Richard Lyman
5Cover Spring 1970 – Issue 5
Criminal Law at the Law School
Moot Court and Serjeants at Law
Stanford Law Societies
4Cover Spring 1969 – Issue 4
The Legal Aid Society
Carl Spaeth: A Man and His Portrait
The Placement Office
3Cover Spring 1968 – Issue 3
Bill Meissner ’70
The International Society
The AALS: 1967 and Beyond
2Cover Winter 1967 – Issue 2
Stanford Law Review
Property Law at Stanford
LL.B.-M.B.A. Program
1Cover Spring 1966 – Issue 1
Stanford Law Forum
Law Societies
Conflict of Laws