Stanford Program in Law, Science & Technology
The Program in Law, Science & Technology offers a rapidly growing community of students an intellectually engaging study of science- and technology-driven law and policy. A number of students each year enter Stanford Law School with science and technology backgrounds, take courses within the program's curriculum, and pursue technology-related careers after graduation. Stanford Law School students and alumni enjoy extraordinary career placement both during law school and after graduation in prominent law firms, universities, high technology companies, government, and the judiciary.
Stanford law students are integrally involved with the program, running three successful technology-oriented student organizations: the Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA), the Stanford Technology Law Review (STLR), and Stanford BioLaw. In addition, students participate in the Cyberlaw Clinic, run by the Center for Internet and Society, as well as other CIS activities. They often serve as research assistants for faculty members, contributing to the creation and teaching of courses taught under the program's auspices.