Degrees

Opportunity and impact start with a degree from Stanford Law.

Whether you set your sights on a big-city firm or a startup, the halls of policymaking or the highest court in the land, international business or justice on a global scale — or anything in between — consider a degree from Stanford Law your ticket to opportunity and impact.  Earned in an atmosphere of excellence and creative collaboration, an SLS JD, joint degree or advanced degree connotes deep experience, leadership abilities, team skills and a commitment to advancing innovative solutions through law.

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Only at SLS
Discover the unmatched advantages that distinguish Stanford Law School— and that transform SLS students into exceptional lawyers and leaders.
Stanford University - Explore the university’s top-ranked schools and departments, an innovation-driven intellectual community, and diverse sports and cultural activities. Joint Degrees - Choose from 28 or design your own. Interdisciplinary Living and Learning - Share space with graduate students from across campus in modern Munger Residences, designed to foster community, interaction, and discussion.
Legal Luminaries - Study with faculty members who are opening new frontiers in law, from net neutrality to Supreme Court practice and criminal procedure. Faculty Discussion Seminars - Explore robot ethics, capitalism reimagined, the problem with policing, and other provocative topics with faculty and classmates. New Areas of Law - Learn law’s role in the digital realm at the law school whose pioneering programs cover everything from artificial intelligence and machine learning to cyber security.
Full-time Clinics - Immerse yourself in individualized, hands-on learning through any of the 11 full-time clinics, without the distraction of any other coursework. Law & Policy Lab - Assess policies that influence exercise of free speech on campus, artificial intelligence in the regulatory state, social media oversight, and many other critical questions. Global Opportunities* - Spend a week with professors and peers in South Africa, Thailand, India and The Netherlands or a 10-week immersion in international law and finance through the Global Quarter at SLS and abroad. *expected to resume Winter 2022.
Projects with Impact - Help those affected by immigration policies through Stanford Advocates for Immigrants Rights, or develop innovative legal curricula for Afghanistan’s universities through the Afghanistan Legal Education Project. Public Interest/Public Service - Prepare to advance the public good and social justice, through dedicated classes, clinics, pro bono work, externships, and mentorships, with career support and financial assistance.
From Student to Scholar - Gain exposure to legal scholarship, produce it, and prepare to be the next generation of lawyers as an aspiring law professor or academic. Clerkships - Learn the inner workings of the judicial system, hone your skills, and advance the law by clerking for a justice on the U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court, or U.S. Supreme Court—a strong SLS tradition.
California Comforts - Ponder your moot court argument on a run in the foothills or a bike trek to the coast—any day of the year. Unconventional Community - Expand your horizons as part of the unique start-up culture that thrives in our anything-is-possible Silicon Valley neighborhood.
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Views of the Stanford Law School campus

SLS Degree Programs

Degrees

An intensive program offered in an environment that is collegial and interdisciplinary, on the campus of one of the world’s leading research universities.

Dynamic Program

Xổ số đài thoải mái A hallmark of Stanford University and a distinct strength of Stanford Law, where students can explore the many ways law intersects with other fields.

Interdisciplinary Education

Xổ số đài thoải mái One-year master's degree programs and a doctoral degree (JSD) for international graduate students who have earned a law degree outside the United States.

Explore the Four Programs