Stanford ACS members pose with Justice Stephen Breyer during his visit to Stanford Law School, November 2011.
Spring Quarter 2012-2013
Civil Rights Lawyering: A Conversation with Alan Schlosser, Legal Director of the ACLU of Northern California
Marriage Equality After Perry and Windsor
Judge Ellison Shares: "What I Wish I Had Known As a First Year Lawyer"
Winter Quarter 2012-2013
Elections, Politics, and the Law: A Discussion with Bob Bauer
The First American Constitution Society Student Convention
Power to the People: A Discussion on Popular Constitutionalism with Professor Larry Kramer
A Conversation with the Finalist Judges of the Kirkwod Moot Court Competition: Judge Motz, Judge Griffith, and Judge Hamilton.
Getting to the Bench: Ninth Circuit Judges Nguyen & Watford
Autumn Quarter 2012-2013
Debriefing the Oral Argument in Fisher v. University of Texas: The Future of Affirmative Action in Higher Education
Hot Coffee: The Movie (A Screening with the Film's Director)
A Panel Discussion on The Repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell
The ACS Membership Launch
The Voting Wars: From Florida 2000 to the Next Election Meltdown
A Kickoff BBQ
Winter Quarter 2011-2012
Rights Gone Wrong: How Law Corrupts the Struggle for Equality, A Book Talk with Richard Thompson Ford
A Conversation with Lee Gelernt: The Case of Al-Kidd and the Post-9/11 World of Civil Rights Litigation
Beth Stephens: The Past and Future of Alien Tort Claims Litigation
Shaking the Foundations Panel: Fraud and Accountability in the Wake of the Financial Crisis
Lawrence Lessig: Republic, Lost: A Declaration for Independence
Ian Graham: Unbillable Hours
A Conversation with Justice Goodwin Liu
Stanford ACS TGIF
Shane Kadidal: Closing Quantanamo: Where Has the Debate Gone?
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