Mark Mallery* is becoming something of a tech ambassador, guiding another tour of StartX—this time for a delegation of Dutch executives, including the mayor of Amsterdam. He converses easily with the group, answering questions about the Stanford-affiliated startup “accelerator.” He meets regularly with people from across the country and the […]
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The number of veterans attending Stanford Law School has steadily risen since 2001, and this year the 1L class includes 11 students with military service—a record in recent years. And the Stanford Law Veterans Organization (SLVO), launched in 2010 to support and mentor former military and military-affiliated members of the […]
Stanford Law School’s American Constitution Society chapter hosted the first-ever ACS Student Convention in March, “Gideon at 50,” which brought practitioners and jurists from around the nation together on campus for two days. Using the 50th anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright as a springboard for conversation, student leaders from across […]
Lately, there’s a lot of news about veterans returning from Afghanistan and Iraq to uncertain prospects for a future outside of the military. But some are finding their way back into civilian life via education. The number of veterans coming to Stanford Law has surged during the past few years. And their pres ence on campus is being felt both in and outside of the classroom.
Stanford Law School’s American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS) has been named the Chapter of the Year for 2011 by the national association. This news came just months after the Stanford Law chapter of the Federalist Society received similar recognition. The ACS chapter also received a Network Building […]
The Stanford Law chapter of the Federalist Society was awarded a “Feddie” last spring by the national organization in recognition of its status as one of the most active chapters in the country. The chapter was also chosen to host this year’s national student conference, “Bureaucracy Unbound: Can Limited Government […]
This article accompanies the “In Focus” story “Legal Education in Afghanistan.” Over the course of four short years three innovative rule of law projects have launched at Stanford Law School and have become the centerpiece of its Rule of Law Program—with each project offering students the opportunity to engage in the […]