There is a rich literature on these personal encounters, some autobiographical and others written by journalists who were given permission to closely follow victims' efforts to obtain compensation. Lawyers often lead the design and implementation of these conflict resolution systems. (There is, of course, no requirement to do so.) Elements used in grading: Attendance, Class Participation; Response Papers or Final Paper. Students will have read the paper, and often, additional materials related to the subject matter of the paper, and will write responses to the paper, which will be shared with the speaker before the session. Deals I and II are in effect a single course that extends over two quarters. All majors at Stanford … Two students will assist in leading class discussions. Birth control cut the ties between sexuality and reproduction. Students are California Bar Certified and thus appear in court and argue cases with faculty standing by. They will answer the question: how do we make our social legal systems better for people -- and how do we put people at the center of this redesign? Students interested in pursuing both degrees at Stanford should apply to both the Philosophy PhD program, and the Law School. LAW 7503. 2-7 Units. LAW 240J. 1 Unit. After WWII, Keynesian thinking was challenged, by 'neoliberalism'---a challenge that began to achieve success in the 1970s in response to perceived failures of government, high inflation, and other economic and social woes. Elements used in grading: Students may take the course for 2 units (section 1) or 3 units (section 2). LAW 908A. Natural Resources Law and Policy. First, there will be two deals assigned to two groups of students, as is true of Deals II. The goal of the Clinic is to train students how to conduct a criminal case while engaging in thoughtful reflection and providing holistic representation. Same as: Reading Group. Protecting Consumer Rights in Household Tax Preparation. Though students need to be available for the 6 hours a week designated as class time -- (TBA) -- not all of that time will be used. Advanced students providing guidance/direction to first-time students will receive additional training on providing supervision. 3 Units. Elements used in grading: Participation, including class session and field trip attendance, writing and quantitative assignments. Public agencies also face financial, technological, and personnel resource limitations. We will examine charging both individuals and corporate entities in the context of the priorities and policies of different administrations as well as the prosecutor's individual ethical obligations. LAW 5039. Leaders from the law and business communities will be invited to share their experiences and insights. CONSENT APPLICATION: To apply for this course, students must complete and submit a Consent Application Form available on the SLS website (Click Courses at the bottom of the homepage and then click Consent of Instructor Forms). This topic list is subject to change in light of evolving events. After the term begins, students accepted into the course can transfer from section (01) into section (02), which meets the R requirement, with consent of the instructor. Elements used in grading: Students may take the course for 2 units (section 1) or 3 units (section 2). Stanford Law School offers joint or dual degree options in combination with other Stanford graduate departments and universities across the country; see the "Joint and Dual Degrees in Law" below. CONSENT APPLICATION: To apply for this course, students must complete and submit a Consent Application Form available on the SLS website (Click Courses at the bottom of the homepage and then click Consent of Instructor Forms). Emeriti: (Professors): Janet Cooper Alexander, Paul Brest, Gerhard Casper, Joshua Cohen, Richard Craswell, Lance E. Dickson, Jack H. Friedenthal, Ronald J. Gilson, Robert A. Girard, William B. Gould IV, Thomas C. Grey, Thomas C. Heller, M. Elizabeth Magill, Margaret Jane Radin, Byron D. Sher, William H. Simon, Michael S. Wald, Associate Dean for Clinical Education: Jayashri Srikantiah, Associate Dean for Curriculum: Robert Weisberg, Associate Dean for Global Programs: Robert M. Daines, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies: Amalia D. Kessler, Associate Dean for Research and Intellectual Life: Bernadette Meyler, Associate Dean for Strategic Planning: David Freeman Engstrom, Senior Associate Dean for Administration and Chief Financial Officer: Frank Brucato, Associate Deans: Diane Chin, Faye Deal, Allison Fry, Sabrina Johnson, Susan Robinson, Jory Steele, Professors: Michelle Wilde Anderson, Joseph Bankman, R. Richard Banks, Robert M. Daines, Michele Landis Dauber, John J. Donohue III, David Freeman Engstrom, Nora Freeman Engstrom, George Fisher, Richard T. Ford, Barbara H. Fried, Lawrence M. Friedman, Paul Goldstein, Robert W. Gordon, Henry T. Greely, Joseph A. Grundfest, Deborah R. Hensler, Daniel E. Ho, Pamela S. Karlan, Mark G. Kelman, Amalia D. Kessler, Daniel P. Kessler, Michael Klausner, Mark A. Lemley, Robert MacCoun, Lawrence C. Marshall, Jenny S. Martinez, Michael W. McConnell, Michelle Mello, Bernadette Meyler, Curtis Milhaupt, Alison D. Morantz, Anne Joseph O'Connell, Lisa Larrimore Ouellette, Nathaniel Persily, A. Mitchell Polinsky, Robert L. Rabin, Deborah L. Rhode, Jane Schacter, Shirin Sinnar, David A. Sklansky, Norman W. Spaulding, James F. Strnad II, David Studdert, Alan O. Sykes, Barton H.Thompson, Jr., George Triantis, Barbara van Schewick, Robert Weisberg, Associate Professors: Gregory Ablavsky, Rabia Belt, Jacob Goldin, Colleen Honigsberg, Assistant Professors: Julian Nyarko, Diego Zambrano, Professors (Teaching): Juliet M. Brodie, Jeffrey L. Fisher, William S. Koski, Phillip R. Malone, Jay A. Mitchell, Deborah A. Sivas, James Sonne, Jayashri Srikantiah, Ronald C. Tyler, Associate Professor (Teaching): Brian Fletcher, Senior Lecturers: Janet Martinez, Allen S. Weiner, Beth Williams, Professors of the Practice of Law: Michael Callahan, Lucas Guttentag, Erik G. Jensen, A. Douglas Melamed, David W. Mills, Courtesy Professors: Jennifer Eberhardt, Michael Genesereth, David Larcker, Leif Wenar, Heidi Williams, Courtesy Assistant Professors: Matthew Clair, Sharad Goel, Keith Winstein, Visiting Professors: Geoffrey Berman, Mariano-Florentino (Tino) Cuéllar, Mohammad Fadel, Siegfried Fina, Rogelio Perez-Perdomo, Charles Tyler, Beth Van Schaack, Thomas C. Grey Legal Research and Writing Instructors: Yonina Alexander, Shirin Bakhshay, Anna Mance, Julia Mendoza, Ji Seon Song, Lecturers: Dasha Anosova, Todd Baker, Marilyn Bautista, Viola Canales, Ronald Chen, Diane Chin, Danny Cullenward, Gordon Davidson, Marilyn Dearborn, Michael Dickstein, Lisa Douglass, Jason Du Mont, Shay Elbaum, Bonnie Eskenazi, Michael Esquivel, Randee G. Fenner, Bertram Fields, Jay Finkelstein, Tara Ford, David Forst, Michelle Galloway, Kate Gordon, Elizabeth Gropman, Mehdi Hakimi, Adam Halpern, Lucianna Herman, Todd Hinnen, Steve Hirsch,Lara Hoffman, Zeba Huq, Andrew Jennings, Kirsten Jensen, David Johnson, Danielle Jones, Megan Karsh, Daphne Keller, Julie Matlof Kennedy, David Kleiman, Jiyun Lee, Grace Lo, Suzanne Luban, Taryn Marks, Beth McLellan, Jeanne Merino, Dinsha Mistree, Nader Mousavi, William Neukom, Jessica Notini, Jamie O'Connell, David Owens, B. Howard Pearson, Lisa M. 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