The Rule of Law Program has launched student-driven projects in Afghanistan, Bhutan, Timor-Leste, Kurdistan, and most recently, Rwanda. Through examining critical connections between law, society, economy, and polity and the demand for legal tools and resources, the Rule of Law Program’s analyses and country specific projects help to create, articulate, and channel legal resources to meet this demand.
Explores the barriers to the resolution of intractable international and inter-group political conflict and, working in close collaboration with practitioners engaged in peace-making efforts, seeks to develop strategies to overcome those barriers.
Unites Stanford Law School’s wide-ranging teaching, research, applied, clinical, and extracurricular programs focusing on international and comparative law.
Raises awareness and supports research on transatlantic technology law issues.