Today's law graduates enter a world in which little stops at the borders between nations. International trade and tribunals, human rights and intellectual property, business deals and war crimes-there is a pervasive global dimension to the work of lawyers, judges, and legal scholars, and Stanford Law School prepares students to step up to the challenge.
Recent News | More News
- Stanford To Host White House Summit On Cybersecurity And Consumer Protection
January 13, 2015 Stanford Report
Related: George Triantis
- CIA Officials Linked To Torture Face Future Stuck On U.S. Soil
December 11, 2014 The Washignton Post - Bloomberg
Related: Beth Van Schaack
- Revitalizing Education In Afghanistan
August 12, 2014 International Educator
Related: Erik G. Jensen, Megan Karsh, Eli Sugarman
- Hope For The Rule Of Law - Afghan Attorneys Learning How To Bring Order To Chaos
June 02, 2014 The National Law Journal
Related: Erik G. Jensen
- The Global Police Force That Isn’t - 100 years After Its Inception, Is Interpol Succeeding?
May 12, 2014 The Atlantic - International
Related: Allen S. Weiner
- Legal Reforms Key As China Opens Up
February 08, 2014 International Financing Review Asia
Related: Mei Gechlik
Recent Publications | More Publications
David J. Hayes,Claudia Antonacci, Adam Bowling, Eashan Chaturvedi, Siddharth Fresa, Heather Kryczka, Neil Raina, Caitlin Troyer, and Michelle Wu, A 21st Century Governance Challenge: Finding Effective Mechanisms to Address Climate Change Across the Federal Government, Stanford Law School, July 13, 2015.