An interdisciplinary center for the understanding and practice of corporate governance.
A neutral forum for scholars, lawyers, and executives to explore e-commerce law.
Studies the intersection of law, new technologies, and the public interest.
Examines bioscientific discoveries in the context of the law.
A multidisciplinary laboratory exploring how technology can enhance our legal system.
Provides students with access to environmental practitioners, regulators and academics, and with opportunities for hands-on involvement in research, environmental advocacy, and collaborative dialogue.
Offers small, highly interactive seminars on dispute resolution.
Provides opportunities for students to make public service part of their JD experience and beyond.
Supports faculty and student scholarship, events, and fellowships in law and economics.
The heart of dispute resolution programs at Stanford University.
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 legal for 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.
The Stanford Constitutional Law Center, founded by former dean Kathleen M. Sullivan and now led by Michael W. McConnell, continues Stanford Law School's tradition of excellence in constitutional law scholarship.
Promotes and coordinates the study of criminal law and the criminal justice system.
Unites Stanford Law School’s wide-ranging teaching, research, applied, clinical, and extracurricular programs focusing on international and comparative law.
Unites programs focusing on corporate and securities law, taxation, and economics.
Explores the law’s intersection with science and technology in national and global arenas.
The Stanford Three Strikes Project is the only legal organization in the country devoted to representing individuals serving life imprisonment under California's Three Strikes law.
Stanford University's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance was created in 2011 to help blaze an economically sensible path toward an advanced global energy system.
Raises awareness and supports research on transatlantic technology law issues.