Planning Your Visit to SLS

Parking and Transportation

On Thursday and Friday, parking for those celebrating their law school reunion will be reserved on Lower Level 4 (the bottom level) of the underground Wilbur Field Parking Garage (formerly known as Parking Structure 6), located near the law school.

On Saturday and Sunday, parking is complimentary in most campus lots. Please read all posted signs before leaving your vehicle.


Directions & Parking     Transportation      Campus Maps



Special Assistance and Disability Resources

Disability parking spaces are located throughout campus and are reserved for vehicles displaying any state-issued disability placards or license plates. Vehicles with disability placards or plates may also park in any other marked spaces on campus, including permit and metered spaces. Golf carts will also be available throughout Alumni Weekend to transport guests with mobility impairments.

For more information on disability-related accommodations, please contact the Diversity and Access Office by October 16th.



Hotel Accommodations

For information regarding hotels and other lodging options, please visit here.





SLS Families

We encourage you to bring your entire family back to campus. Many of the weekend’s events are family-friendly activities, such as SLS Fest: Family Picnic, Goldilocks Goes on Trial, intellectual programs, and campus tours.

Please note that your SLS-hosted class party is for adults only.

For more details on Kids Amazing Race, visit here.






Football Tickets

Cheer on the Cardinals as they take on the Arizona Wildcats at Stanford Stadium! Stanford Law School has reserved blocks of seats for law school alumni and their guests. To sit in the SLS sections, purchase tickets directly from Stanford Athletics using promotional code “LAW”.

Price: $30.00–$60.00

Promo Code: LAW

Purchase Online: Stanford Athletics

Purchase by Phone: 1.800.STANFORD (1.800.782.6367)



Please note: By registering for Alumni Weekend, all registrants understand that their photograph may appear in Stanford Law School print and web communications.