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As Chinese courts announce 'guiding cases,' Stanford Law School helps to spread the word
A Stanford website translates important rulings by the Supreme People's Court that serve as guides for lower courts, helping the vast country to move toward more consistent judicial decisions.
February 6, 2012 in Stanford University News
Shaping rule of law
Armed only with law textbooks, six Stanford law students and faculty advisor and senior research scholar Erik Jensen landed in Kabul, Afghanistan on Feb. 6 on a mission that would last six days. The group made up Stanford's Afghanistan Legal Education ...
March 9, 2011 in The Stanford Daily
Stanford team's law books help Afghan students
Seven thousand miles away, two students at Stanford University's law school thought they could help. Stanford law Professor Erik Jensen smiled as he ...
September 7, 2010 in San Francisco Chronicle
Teaching law in Afghanistan and other developing nations, Stanford Law School ...
"The textbooks aren't designed to just give all the right answers," said Erik Jensen, co-director of the Law School's Rule of Law Program and an adviser to ...
June 28, 2010 in Stanford University News