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 [...]
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Jonathan Margolick is all about community—finding it and living fully in it. And he thinks that his classmates at Stanford Law School make this very small community a most amazing one.
“I don’t know how the school chooses students, but it’s clear to me that they look for the people with the most interesting life experiences,” says Margolick, JD ’13. “And I’m grateful to have the opportunity to be a part of this group.”