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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.
May 2013 Issue
Deputy Secretary of the Interior and Alumnus David J. Hayes Returns to Stanford Law School in Fall as Distinguished Visitor
In fall 2013, alumnus David J. Hayes, Deputy Secretary of the Department of the Interior, will be at Stanford Law School to teach a law and public policy seminar on the effects of energy and large infrastructure projects on land, water, and wildlife.
By Sharon Driscoll
Liz Magill likes to run. Not too fast, but steady. It’s a good thing, too. Getting up to speed in her new job as the Richard E. Lang Professor of Law and Dean of Stanford Law School, with back-to-back appointments every day and events on most evenings, will take marathon stamina. Read More