Articles in ‘Legal Education in Afghanistan’

A Positive Disruption: The Transformation of Law Through Technology

June 4, 2013 | Issue 88

The bar exam was looming, but it was hard to focus on studying. Nik Reed and Daniel Lewis, both Stanford Law Class of 2012, had other things on their minds—like pitching their company, Ravel, to a potential investor. That excitement coupled with post-graduation celebrating was making their last hurdle a struggle.

The JD Entrepreneurs

June 19, 2012 | Issue 86

Stanford Law School has long been a magnet for innovative students, those drawn to the Palo Alto campus not just for a law degree but also for immersion in the uniquely entrepreneurial environment of the university and its Silicon Valley environs.

Legal Education in Afghanistan

May 31, 2011 | Issue 84

Founded in 2007 as a student-driven initiative, the Afghanistan Legal Education Project at Stanford Law School (ALEP) develops innovative legal curricula to help Afghanistan’s universities train the next generation of lawyers and leaders. In this profile, the group’s student co-directors, Rose Ehler and Daniel Lewis, and Stanford Law School Lecturer and Rule of Law Project Co-Director Erik Jenkens discuss the project’s progress, the group’s recent trip to Kabul, their collaboration with the American University of Afghanistan, and their plans for the future.