Articles in ‘Stanford Law Review’

Alex Kasner, JD ’15, Receives Award for Best Law Review Student Note

May 29, 2015 | Issue 92

The long and complicated U.S. history with government leaks was the topic of conversation at the most recent National Conference of Law Reviews, with Stanford Law Review note, “National Security Leaks and Constitutional Duty,” by Alex Kasner, JD ’15, winning praise. During the event’s Scribes Law Review Dinner in March, Kasner was […]

Lessons Not Learned: The Derivatives 
Market and 
Continued Risks

June 5, 2013 | Issue 88

Toward the end of the PBS FRONTLINE documentary about the 2007 economic crisis “The Warning,” former SEC chairman Arthur Levitt issued something of an apology to Brooksley Born, saying “I’ve come to know her as one of the most capable, dedicated, intelligent, and committed public servants. … I wish I knew her better in Washington. I could have done much 
better. I could have made a difference.”

Stanford Law Review Online

June 11, 2012 | Issue 86

In winter 2011, Jonathan Abel and James Freedman were elected to the student-run Stanford Law Review (SLR) board 
after proposing a compelling plan—to develop an online SLR with timely short-format essays that maintain law review-quality legal analysis.

The Review Goes Digital

May 31, 2011 | Issue 84

With a focus on increased convenience, the e-book format allows readers to search for key terms and names in each issue. The digital version also includes relevant hyperlinks within the text.