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Student Organizations

Corporate Law Association

For more information, contact the 2014-2015 co-chairs:
Sara Gates
Justin Stahl


The JD/MBA Club represents students enrolled at Stanford Law School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. The Club serves as a resource for students, convening students at different years in the program to share experiences and best practices, connecting students with resources at both schools, and linking students with alumni of the program. The JD/MBA Club also facilitates communication among students, faculty, and administrators across Stanford Law School and the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

SLS Entrepreneurship Club

The mission of the Stanford Law School Entrepreneurship Club ("E-Club") is to connect Stanford Law School students to the greater Stanford and Silicon Valley community through networking and thought leadership events.  A legal mind adds depth and foresight to an entrepreneur’s toolkit, and the E-Club promotes the entrepreneurial mindset by providing an avenue to emerging companies law, venture capital, social entrepreneurship, and starting a business.

Stanford Law and Business Association (SLBA)

The Stanford Law and Business Society recognizes that the intersection of law and business offers opportunities with unprecedented intellectual and practical implications. SLBS therefore seeks to prepare SLS students to become innovators and leaders in law and business as these industries evolve rapidly. SLBS will work closely with the Office of Career Services to provide a resource for law school students interested in non-legal career opportunities.

Stanford Tax Club

The Stanford Tax Club serves law students interested in tax careers, whether in academia, government, or private practice. The Tax Club connects students with local practitioners, shares resources about careers in tax law, and advocates for expanded tax opportunities at the Law School. Recent Tax Club activities include meeting with the Tax Director of Amazon and the Transfer Pricing Director of Electronic Arts at Professor Bankman's home, hosting a coffee roundtable with Judge Halpern of the the U.S. Tax Court, and participating in a national tax law moot court competition.