Since 1984 the Stanford Law and Technology Association (SLATA) has engaged the Stanford community with thought leaders at the intersections of law, policy, science, and technology. SLATA’s events foster a vibrant intellectual dialogue about the novel and challenging legal questions that coincide with technological innovation.

For Stanford Law students, SLATA brings in lawyers, academics, and policy makers to speak about cutting edge issues at the intersection of law and technology, introducing students to the people dealing with these issues every day. SLATA also maintains several technology resources for students, including online bookstores that sponsor student benefits and a comprehensive database of course outlines.

SLATA alumni include Co-Founders Kent Walker ‘87 (Vice President and General Counsel at Google) and Ivan Fong ‘87 (General Counsel for the Department of Homeland Security), and Marc Rotenberg ‘87 (executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center).

Please send all media inquiries and scheduling requests through email.

Current Board Members

Brian Weissenberg ’16
Eric Dunn ’16
Isaac Middleton ’16
Co-Vice President
Nick Standish ’16
Co-Vice President