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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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d.school news design, innovation, multidisciplinary, research, teaching

Latest news from the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

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From Istanbul To Sand Hill Road business, entrepreneurship, innovation, venturecapital

By alumnus Baris Karadogan.

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Help Yourself entrepreneurship, improvement, innovation, inspiration, personal development, technology

Help Yourself is a blog about improvement: the key to success is continuous improvement. The blog is run by Jason Shen '08, and features quotes, pictures, links and ideas about how to improve and inspire ourselves.

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iinnovate: entrepreneurship & innovation business, entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership, podcast

A podcast by students of Stanford University's Business and Design Schools.

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MBA experience through Stanford bottom of the pyramid (BOP), business, gsb, innovation, international development, technology

MBA Experience through Stanford Class of 2007 and beyond. By alumnus Mbwana Alliy.

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Positive Externalities career, d.school, Google, innovation, Loopt, technology, web 2.0

Min Liu, '06, muses on technology, marketing, design thinking, and other cool experiences. She's a Loopter by day (and night), d.schooler, ex-Googler, and iinnovater. You can find her searching for the West Coast's most exquisite chocolates on the weekends.

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Rock Your Pocket apps, business, entrepreneurship, innovation, mobile, technology, venture capital

The mobile space is going to explode in the coming months and Rock Your Pocket is going to follow it. In particular, mobile apps are going to become a very significant part of the phone just as fb apps became an defining aspect of the social network platform. I imagine there will be an even bigger frenzy over mobile apps than fb ones because they can reach a wider and broader audience and monetize (through advertising) more easily. And best of all, mobile apps in the long term will replace the native functionalities of phones that we get ripped off paying for every month.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Opinion Blog entrepreneurship, innovation, nonprofit, philanthropy, research, socialresponsibility

Strategies, tools, and ideas for nonprofits, foundations, and socially responsible business.

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Stanford Technology Ventures Program engineering, entrepreneurship, innovation, management, multidisciplinary, podcasts, research, start-ups, teaching, technology, ventures, videos

We focus on inspiring an entrepreneurial mindset in individuals and organizations. Our blog focuses on the issues of entrepreneurial thought leadership, entrepreneurship and organizational research, creativity, and innovation.

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) is the entrepreneurship center at Stanford University's School of Engineering. STVP is hosted by the Department of Management Science and Engineering.

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The Innovation Journalism Blog communication, innovation, journalism, media, technology

Comments on the Development of the Concept and the Community of Innovation Journalism

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the unofficial stanford blog academics, art, business, campus life, humor, innovation, politics, technology

The Unofficial Stanford Blog is a student group devoted to the authentic expression of Stanford voices and perspectives. We are a community of students, faculty and staff passionate about blogging and dedicated to innovation in online content and distribution. We exist to make life on campus more engaging, transparent, and fun.

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