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Offices & Administration

  • The Dean's Office handles official communications from the Dean on behalf of the law school.

  • The Office of Admissions welcomes applications from candidates with the potential to contribute to the development and practice of the law and carefully reviews over 4,000 applications each year.

  • The Office of Career Services (OCS) is committed to connecting every student and graduate to the right employment opportunities. OCS offers students and alumni resources and counseling on all career-related topics, including career planning and job search strategies.

  • Members of the Communications and Public Relations team serve as media liaisons for the school; write, edit, and produce the school's alumni magazine, Stanford Lawyer; oversee content development for the school's website; coordinate and consult on a variety of publications; and more.

  • The Office of External Relations is comprised of the Alumni Relations and the Office of Development functions at Stanford Law School.

  • Facilities and Operations serves the law school community in many ways: space management, event planning and support, room reservation management, copy and mail operations, shipping/receiving, voice services management and support, purchasing and contracts, security assessment and space design with construction management.

  • The Office of Financial Aid is committed to providing financial assistance to students who would otherwise be unable to pursue a Stanford legal education.

  • Stanford Law School's Office of Human Resources serves faculty and staff fostering an innovative work environment.

  • Stanford Law was the first top-tier law school to go wireless and the Office of Information Technology is fully committed to maintaining state of the art technology throughout the law school.

  • The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) acts as a resource to help students achieve their academic and extracurricular goals.

  • The Office of the Registrar is responsible for coordinating course registration, administering exams and grade distribution, maintaining student records, and processing student petitions.

  • With a collection of more than 500,000 books, 360,000 microform and audiovisual items, and approximately 8,000 periodicals, the Robert Crown Law Library offers a wealth of resources for students, faculty, and staff exploring the law.