Stanford Law School and American University of Afghanistan to Build Law Degree Program in Kabul with $7.2M Grant from the U.S. State Department
Stanford Law School’s innovative program—the Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP)—has been awarded a $7.2 million dollar U.S. State Department grant through the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL/State), to support Stanford and the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) in developing a full, five-year integrated Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degree program at AUAF’s campus in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Stanford Law School to Receive Ford Foundation Grant to Fund Inaugural Public Interest Fellowship Program
The Ford Foundation has committed to funding a new Stanford Law School initiative administered by the John and Terry Levin Center for Public Service and Public Interest Law that will enable 25 law students to work in the field of public interest law next summer (2013). Stanford Law School is one of four law schools to receive part of the total $1.7 million grant; the other recipients are the law schools at Harvard University, New York University, and Yale University.
Daniel Cooperman and the Role of the Modern GC
Daniel Cooperman was general counsel to tech giants Oracle and Apple during a time when the very position he held was changing dramatically. Learn about the new class he’s teaching at Stanford Law School in this Stanford Lawyer profile »
Justice Rebecca Love Kourlis: Home On, And Off, The Range
Barbara van Schewick’s Internet Architecture and Innovation Now Available in Paperback and for Kindle
The Internet’s remarkable growth has been fueled by innovation. In Internet Architecture and Innovation, published in August 2010 and now available in paperback and for Kindle, Barbara van Schewick, associate professor of law and faculty director of the Center for Internet and Society, argues that this explosion of innovation is not an accident, but a consequence of the Internet’s architecture—a consequence of technical choices regarding the Internet’s inner structure that were made early in its history.
“Living Under Drones”– New Report Issued by the International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic
Stanford’s International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic released a report last week on its investigation into the effects of drone attacks in North Western Pakistan. The report, “Living Under Drones,” includes first-hand accounts from locals about the costs of drones on civilian lives.
Levin Center Newsletter Create Change
The Levin Center recently published the latest issue of its e-newsletter, Create Change, which shares news and events of the public interest community at SLS.
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