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Founded in 1966 in an effort to inform Stanford Law alumni about faculty scholarship and School and alumni news, Stanford Lawyer has developed over the past thirty-plus years into a highly respected and anticipated professional school magazine.
With a circulation of more than 15,000, Stanford Lawyer offers its readers articles featuring nationally and internationally known alumni, as well as stories about alumni who are making a real difference behind the scenes; faculty opinion about the most pressing legal issues of the day; the latest news of the School; and—of particular interest to alumni—reams of class notes.
November 2013 Issue
Professor Joan Petersilia has been awarded the Stockholm Prize in Criminology for her work on prison re-entry, which has helped direct U.S. investment and support for ex-offenders during the crucial, high-risk period immediately following release from prison.
By Ann Killion
Hannah Gordon’s unconventional journey from would-be sportswriter to one of the top legal positions in the National Football League is framed by her office window. Visible outside the glass in her upstairs office at the NFL’s 49ers Santa Clara headquarters is an enormous—and growing daily—structure of steel and concrete.
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