At Stanford Law, we follow our own approach to legal education. Academic pressure gives way to true intellectual stimulation. Competition becomes collaboration. Mentors become friends. And learning law becomes an enlightening, enriching, inspiring experience.
We dedicate our resources to a single mission: Make the three years students spend immersed in the study of law the best experience possible.
Stanford Law School currently publishes ten online and/or printed student-run journals and a Law and Visual Media Project that offer students the opportunity to participate in and contribute to the exchange of high-quality legal scholarship.
With over 50 student organizations, there are a multitude of opportunities for law students to get involved in extracurricular activities including community service projects and political groups.
Stanford Law School recognizes the importance of serving the community and encourages students to volunteer and participate in public interest projects.
Three years of intense learning and hard work culminate in the law school graduation ceremony.
Stanford Law expects its students to change the world. From my first day here, I've been taught, mentored, and supported by classmates, professors, and staff, so that I can make a difference.
Sarah Olson '08, Valley Stream, N.Y.