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The Chance to Learn by Doing

With its Silicon Valley location, prestigious faculty and alumni, and cutting-edge events, centers, and programs, Stanford offers unmatched opportunities to experience law, science, and technology.

Be on the forefront of emerging issues—from high-tech crime to genetic engineering—where leaders are shaping the laws that shape the impact of technology and science in our lives.

Blur disciplinary boundaries by customizing a joint degree—law and biology? law and computer science?—that matches a specific career vision.

Get the best foundation available anywhere in law, science, and technology, at the university that pioneered interdisciplinary education.

Hear insight from David Drummond ’89, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer for Google Inc., and a Stanford Law alumnus.

Earn Stanford Law credits while confronting cutting-edge issues in defense of free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights through an externship at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a prominent NGO.

Take a class in health law with Dan Kessler ’93, professor of economics, law, and policy, at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Discuss the legal implications of human cloning with faculty leaders like Professor Hank Greely (BA ’74), an expert and prolific author on the law of healthcare and health research.

Help determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come by writing briefs or arguing cases on free speech, privacy, public commons, diversity, or scientific inquiry through the Center for Internet and Society’s Fair Use Project.

Sharpen editorial skills and master Internet publishing while collaborating on articles for Stanford Technology Law Review with distinguished practitioners.

Organize a slate of top-name speakers for Stanford’s upcoming conference on domestic spying, medical ethics, or universal broadband.

Interview technology leaders for the next issue of LST@Stanford, an e-newsletter read by law/science/technology movers and shakers worldwide.

Set a career in motion through an internship with Google or another Silicon Valley innovator with global reach.