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Building a Better Legal Profession advocacy, diversity, gender, innovation, law

BBLP encourages law students at Stanford and other schools around the country to use their market power and support law firms making progress on issues important to the legal community. On any issue of concern -- billable hour reform, pro bono participation, gender equity, or diversity -- law students have a choice between firms that want the status quo and firms taking affirmative steps toward a better legal profession. BBLP highlights articles about these issues of concern and provides rankings of large law firms along these metrics in major legal markets.

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Environmental and Energy Insights climate, energy, environment, law, Law School, policy

At Environment & Energy Insights, you will find a new post on our blog at least every two weeks that will address a topic of immediate relevance to environmental lawyers and policymakers. The authors include Meg Caldwell, Deborah Sivas, Buzz Thompson, and Michael Wara, all faculty members of Stanford’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law & Policy Program. For the latest news about our program, please see our most recent e-newsletter: http://enews.law.stanford.edu/

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Fairly Used copyright, fair use, law

This blog accompanies the Stanford Copyright & Fair Use page at http://fairuse.stanford.edu. The site primarily focuses on copyright issues relevant to the educational community. The blog has quick interviews on current copyright issues and points to useful updates on the site, such as charts, tools, and new court decisions.

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jeremycwilson.com admissions, business, Business School, careers, diversity, JD, JD-MBA, law, Law School, leadership management, MBA

BizLaw Blog: Learn about business school, law school, careers, and leadership from Stanford Grad and Northwestern JD-MBA Jeremy Wilson.

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LawPundit information technology, IP, law, lifestyle, media, politics, sports

LawPundit (Law Pundit) is primarily a legal weblog (law blog, blawg, online journal) about law, information technology, intellectual property, new media, jurisprudence, politics and current events, sports and competition, telecommunications, travel, the history of civilization, cyberspace, cyberlaw and lifestyle.

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Leor Pantilat's Blog climbing, law, mountain, photography, running, weather

Leor Pantilat is a third year law student. He frequently posts about mountain climbing, running, exercise, and nutrition.

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Lessig Blog copyright, corruption, law, policy, research More
Straight Digs aliso viejo, business, entrepeneurship, irvine, laguna niguel, law, orange county, real estate

What is really going on in Orange County real estate

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The Center for Internet and Society copyright, fairuse, freespeech, intellectualproperty, internet, law, privacy, research

In the heart of the Silicon Valley, legal doctrine is emerging that will determine the course of civil rights and technological innovation for decades to come. The Center for Internet and Society (CIS), housed at Stanford Law School and a part of the Law, Science and Technology Program, is at the apex of this evolving area of law.

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The Stem Cell ethics, law, medicine, multidisciplinary, policy, politics, science, stem cell

The science, ethics, business and politics of stem cell research.

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